This past year, I’ve been privileged to work with a number of excellent small-press authors, crafting comic adaptations of their short stories (and excerpts of their novels). I’ve already posted links to my adaptation of a scene from Lavinia Ludlow’s Alt.Punk and Steve Himmer’s The Bee-Loud Glade.
So here is my adaptation of J. Bradley’s “Just Do It,” which translated very well to the comic format. The original story (which wasn’t so much a “story,” as it was a piece of “flash fiction,” not really bound by traditional story concepts) was published in Bradley’s chapbook The Serial Rapist Standing Behind You is a Robot, which is also worth checking out (just visit his web site, and you can find copies).
This comic is available at Ham Literature online, as part of their debut issue.