There are no answers in Grief, but there is hope, and hope can be a powerful thing.
Alien invasions. Mental illness. Superpowers. Drug addiction. This Ringo Awards-nominated collection of short stories explores the five stages of the grieving process through comic book stories. It sparks a conversation about the things we all go through and how we get through them. There are no answers in Grief, but there is hope, and hope can be a powerful thing.
"Frank Gogol is a San Francisco-based comic book writer. He is the author of No Heroine, Dead End Kids & Dead End Kids: The Suburban Job, and GRIEF, all from Source Point Press.
In 2019, Gogol's first published work, GRIEF, was nominated for the Ringo Award for Best Anthology. Gogol and his second book, Dead End Kids, were named Best Writer and Best New Series of 2019, respectively, at the Independent Creator Awards. Additional credits for Gogol include work on the high-profile Power Rangers franchise at BOOM! Studios."
GRIEF contains a dynamite debut from a writer that's going to be around for a long time. You'll feel so much going through this comic, but the one thing you're promised to feel is that your heart will grow ten sizes from reading it. I guarantee it.