Longtime comic book creator Don Perlin has suffered severe cranial injuries, and Clifford Meth has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his medical bills.
Perlin is best known for his work at Marvel Comics, as co-creator of Moon Knight and as the long-running artist of Werewolf By Night, Ghost Rider, and The Defenders. Perlin also served as Marvel's art director from 1987 to 1991.
After his Marvel career, Perlin was an early creator at Valiant, pencilling Solar, Man of the Atom as well as Bloodshot, and editing several more titles. Perlin went into semi-retirement after Valiant was bought by Acclaim. His last comic book work was for a story in Scooby Doo #25 in 1999.
Perlin recently had a titanium plate inserted in his head to patch a piece of skull that was removed to alleviate internal bleeding. He is now in rehab, and this GoFundMe campaign is to help cover his medical costs. As of this writing, the GoFundMe campaign has reached $14,925 of its $15,000 goal to aid with expenses related to Perlin's ongoing rehabilitation.