Terminally Illin’ is a collection of comics written during a 23 year old girl’s battle with a rare bone cancer. While enduring harsh chemo treatments, Kaylin teamed up with her friend, Jon, and they worked on the stories. The laughter helped to ease the pain. They want to share this laughter and imagination with others that might find it helpful or entertaining. After all, laughter is the best medicine!
Think of Terminally Illin’ The Comic Book as the subversively humorous, bad pun filled, “Alice and Wonderland” meets “sci-fi action adventure” side of cancer.
A limited number of hard copies of the comic are available at http://cancercomicbook.com/.
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