Creativity: The ability to transcend traditional ideas and to create meaningful new ideas.
WHAT IS THE COMIC ABOUT?
Kaylin was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare bone cancer at age 23. Her life was immediately put on hold and a new journey began. Throughout all the pain and uncertainty, she discovered within herself a powerful coping mechanism in the form of humor and imagination. This comic book is the result.
Slightly cynical, slightly irreverent, and REALLY hilarious, “Terminally Illin” is a candid look into the life of a young adult battling cancer, but with a psychedelic, sci-fi twist! It’s more than a comic book: It’s provocative, educational, entertaining, and totally original. Think of “Terminally Illin” as a chemo-induced “Alice in Wonderland’ meets campy ‘Hollywood’ action-adventure.
In our story, our hero goes in for her first day of chemo, but ends up getting lost in a fantasy world within her own microscopic body - on a quest to meet her disease face-to-face and kick it’s butt!!
She’s joined by her pet kitty, Iceman, as they set out to destroy Cancer City, the invading cancer cell army, and their leader - the little dictator that’s bent on world domination. We hope you follow along and maybe even learn something.
You can Pre-Order your copy now. Support this project - Terminally Illin’ The Cancer Comic Book.
I am interring the Verb Livestrong Competition. I have a unique Idea to bring Arts and Income to those recovering and surviving Cancer. Eventually this project will include but not limited to verified survivor handmade products and tools to help artist, musicians, craftsman, novelist, bloggers, photographers, filmers, crafters succeed as Surviving Entrepreneurs. My project is still in the works, if you are interested or know someone who is please feel free to contact me and share this incredible oportunity.
Credit for logo: My 17 year old Daughter who is an AP Art Student who has won many competitions and inspires me every day to think out of the box, color outside the lines and take chances.
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