There are some things you just don’t talk about. Religion. Politics. Death. Any approach to this examples and so many others could be difficult because you would need a strong opinion on the matter, and responsibility about possible results or reactions. You have to be prepared. You need to be strong enough to take what it arrives.
Lee Kolinsky has done it in a great comic, with an interesting phenomenon: the old people, seniors, grandpas, grown adults, and the fact that they are part of society; yet; always. It’s no secret our structure has never been ready for them; they have no space, no role. Several reactions have been developed, jobs, conscience campaigns, options for them. Etc. It’s still in slow motion, but I do think it’s happening around the world.
“Former Colonel Jason Roman has waged war! He fought for the American dream and watched his men perish in battle. Now he’s watching them perish in rest homes. Follow the Colonel as he recruits a wild bunch of geriatrics and gives them an opportunity to die with dignity”, this is the selling description of the comic In the Wake of Heroes, good one right? And the comic itself is very good. This hypothetical case will have so many distinct developments, that none of the ones in the story are too fantastic. Sigue leyendo