"Free Money #5" by Daniel McCloskey
The year is 2046 and everybody hustles to get by, Neema Gould is just better at it. She's the Indiana Jones of day laborers, but even the best get knocked down. She's got no ride, no home, and no shoes; just a bag of tools, a robot named Money, a phone named Grandpa, and a bunch of problems.
Free Money is like The Fifth Element meets Cannery Row, drawn in the unique style that brought you Top of the Line, and A Film About Billy. Free Money is a fantasy for the 99% of us who are just trying to keep it together written and illustrated by a guy living in a car with a dog.
(more work by Dan at http://www.birdcagebottombooks.com/?s=daniel+mccloskey)
"Free Money is really good stuff, and issue five is another killer."
Jim Rugg - Street Angel, Afrodisiac
"It’s good edgy fun, gracefully drawn."
Bill O’Driscoll- Pittsburgh City Paper
7.25" x 11", 22 pages. $10
Full-color on newsprint in a limited-edition 2-color risograph cover (with hell-money stapled into select copies [burn with comic to ensure the ghosts of your loved ones have something to read]). Saddle-stitched