Every day, it seems, there's another story of people in dire need of funds to help them through a tough time. Whether it's a change in career, to an illness, to a loss, these things are more and more common place.
I'd like to take a moment of your time to tell you about something that isn't common place. Seth Kushner is a father, husband, creator, photographer, and, genuinely kind human being. And for the past year or two has been dealing with something beyond your worst imagination. He was diagnosed with aggressive Leukemia, put through a round of treatment that nearly killed him, and came out of it alive because he refused to give up. Because his family refused to give up. Because his friends refused to give up.
Seth's photographs are what I always think about when I think about him. His lens sees inside of people in a way that very few photographers do. When he combines that with comics into some of the brilliant fumetti work that he's done, you have something extremely rare. Photo comics that work. That are emotionally involving. That are human.
That's who Seth is. He's too good a person, and his family too kind to suffer through what they have, let alone to do it with so much dignity and strength and, yes, compassion. So, I'm asking you to do me a favor. Please go visit Seth's gofundme page and give a little bit of the extra you were going to spend on comics or records or Lego or convention exclusives. Give a bit to someone who has given us all so much of himself, both in his art, and in his journey through one of the hardest things imaginable.