Schmuck raised $1,350, the Star reported.
Brian Burger paid for 16 slots and donated bobbleheads.
"It's the first time I'd ever seen something like that. What he was asking for was a good cause, and I'd want someone to do the same for me," Burger told the Star.
Comstock, who began his chemotherapy on June 28, said he was overwhelmed by the donations.
“It took a big weight off my shoulders,” he told the newspaper. “After what Bryan did, I still cannot thank the bobblehead community enough.”
“People may think bobbleheads are weird but everyone has their thing,” Schmuck said. “You never know how you can help someone who may need it most.”