I recently finished a six-page comic for a storytelling show called the Story Collider run by one Ben Lillie and my oldest friend Erin Barker. It's a great show, and if you're ever looking for something to do in Brooklyn on a Wednesday night I recommend checking it out, you'll be glad you did.
The comic is part of a collection of four, done by myself and three other very talented New York artists, each illustrating a hilarious biographical story heard at the Story Collider live shows and available on their podcast. The compilation is being given away in return for donations that help keep the Story Collider going. The story I illustrated is one by David Dickerson: author and regular contributor on "This American Life," about his troubles finding love, and one man's chances of finding magic in the world.
Now I agreed not to post the full comic here, so if you want to read it you'll have to donate to the fundraiser in Indie Gogo and get a copy of the full book along with some neat other stuff. But I am going to post my favorite panel, to give you a little taste.
That's it. Donate here to help keep a worthy chapter of New York's live comedy scene afloat. And I'll see you next time.