Transfusion The Comic

Cover to Transfusion









If you would like a hard copy there are two ways to order. One is if you have pay pal e-mail me at and I’ll send you in invoice so you can pay the $3 bucks to cover shipping and printing costs. The other is to send me a check for $3 and I’ll mail ya one as soon as I get the check. Please make sure it include your name, address and e-mail address so that I can inform you when the book is shipped!
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6 thoughts on “Transfusion The Comic”

  1. John: This is a real creative and insightful way of promoting the importance of donating blood. Makes me want to run out and give up a pint right now. -Tom

  2. Hi John,

    I just found this comic and wow, I’m so glad I did. I get bimonthly IVIG infusions – IVIG is pooled immunoglobin G, taken from the plasma of literally tens of thousands of donors – and over the nearly 3 years I’ve gotten it, I guess the actuality of the kindness of so many people starts to run together. I think in a very “I need this to live so I shouldn’t have to fight so hard with the insurance company to get it” mentality, and just loose the enormity of what it is I’m getting.

    Thank you for this.

    …I also think its really cool to read a story about someone dealing with illness in NYC, I lived there up until August when all agreed it was better for my condition to move back in with my mom for a while – in much slower paced Ohio. I have a photocomic about my often comic adventures with chronic illness called “A Comic Life, Indeed’ and I’d be really honored if you’d check it out. You can find it at:

    Hope you’re well and I truly do love this comic (I’m going to link up to it, in fact).

    – miss waxie

  3. I enjoyed your comic. You made a great statement. Not everything in life can be bought and thank goodness for the generous people who donate blood!

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