Cartoonist Patric Lewandowski has a project up on Kickstarter right now for a graphic novel memoir he wants to do called Terminal Life. Lewandowski’s father was diagnosed with lung cancer when he was nine, and he plans to create a graphic novel about what it’s like to grow up with a terminally ill parent.
This graphic novel, tentatively titled “Terminal Life” is about that first year when my father was diagnosed, had surgery, and it became apparent that my life had changed forever. This is the story of how, as a child, I came to the realization that my father could die at any moment and how I tried to live with that.
With your funding, I will create this black and white graphic novel. Your contribution to our goal of $6,000 helps me not only print the book, but also provides income for me to take time to draw the book. “Terminal Life” is a project that is deeply personal. I have been making comics for a long time, perhaps you know me from the daily strip “Freaks N Squeeks,” but I feel that I’ve never made a comic as good as I am. This project promises to be the best work I have ever done and the most meaningful.
And of course he has several incentives set up for donations as little as $5. Go check it out.
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