True Believer is a story about having the courage to do what you love.Through exhilaration and grief, the comic follows Lucy Bellwood's early experiences as a cartoonist in Portland. It is a meditation on where art fits into our lives, and what it really means to create and tell stories....
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True Believer Reviews
I discovered Lucy Bellwood through another artist (who I will be reviewing in the future!) and I am so glad I did. Her work is genuine, uncompromising and often happens to be about something I love: sailing! I am particularly a sucker when it comes to hearing stories about how people find the courage to pursue their dreams full time. Read this, get inspired and then get out there: pursue your dreams!See more of Lucy’s work on her website at: http://nauticry.wordpress.com/Who should read it? Everyone who needs a reminder that life is too short postpone doing things you love.Check out all my reviews and more at www.ReadingToDistaction.com or @Read2Distract
Lushly illustrated, "True Believer" is Lucy Bellwood's rallying cry for all comic artists; part manifesto, part love letter, her commitment to the medium is completely inspiring. The book touches on friendship, mortality, and the uncertainties of growing up, but it never loses its focus on the comics. With her obvious passion and talent, Bellwood is clearly on her way to an acclaimed career in the cartooning world.