I didn't know the magazine were giving their profits to the victims families. That's good.
But the people that have bought a copy specifically to sell on ebay, some of which are apparently priced at hundreds of pounds, are no different to people who buy a bunch of concert tickets to flog on there for a massive profit - I just don't agree with it, and the fact that in this case they're making money out the brutal killing of numerous people makes it even more disgusting.
I think it's how quickly they're on eBay which has raised my eyebrow. It seems grasping and somewhat disrespectful. I don't think I'd have commented if it were a second hand copy being sold in a few week's time.
The t-shirts don't seem as bad. At least you're showing support and solidarity by wearing one of those so they have a purpose.
I'd be surprised if it's necessary to pay over the odds for it. Aren't they going to release another print run?
I don't really see any difference to selling any other secondhand comic or magazine though. I can see why people wold can to keep a copy for posterity but with so many in circulation and likely to be kept, I can't see it being a valuable collectors item.