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by ecorazzicontributor
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All you diehard Spidey fanatics who are drooling over the 2012 release date of the next installment of the film franchise, The Amazing Spider-Man— we have some good news!

A copy of Spider-Man #6, originally published in 1963, is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Not only is this a rare issue of the publication, but it has also been signed by the film’s stars— Andrew Garfield (pictured), Emma Stone, and director Marc Webb.

Proceeds from the auction (now up to $465.00) will benefit the charity Stand Up To Cancer, a non-profit which aims to eliminate and scare off cancer.

But the auction ends July 9th, so to check out more pics of the comic and make a bid for yourself, click here!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Erin-Elizabeth/566480478 Erin Elizabeth

    Good news if you’re into animal research! Stand up to cancer (su2c) is trying to “eliminate cancer” by researching on animals- a proven bad model that obv ain’t working… and not one most of your veg readers support. In fact they detest it. Sorry but between this post and the pro breeding video story you did promoting a zoo?! My favorite site really let me down today. Just being honest.

    http://www.standup2cancer.org/blog_su2c/2009/07/

    Sincerely Erin

    • http://www.herwinsvegancafe.com herwin

      Most cancers are because of an unhealthy lifestyle, like, smoking causes lungcancers and bowl cancers are caused by meat. The fight against cancers starts with education and promoting a healthy lifestyle, like what the governemnt does in its fight against lubgcancer ; fight the tobacco industry.
      Most people dont want to change bad habits though and expect a wonderpil from the doctor anytime they are sick.

      Testing on innocent animals is not only unethical, it’s also overrated and not accurate at many times.

      Peninciline is one of the most important medicines. If this drug was tested on animals though, it wouldnt pass safety tests because peninciline is deadly for some animals. Animal tests can give wrong results and good medicines could flunk because of this.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Erin-Elizabeth/566480478 Erin Elizabeth

    So true Herwin. That’s why I found this post ironic to say the least. A shame actually :-/