This Sunday, Lauren Weinstein will be appearing at Desert Island, a comic book shop in Williamsburg, to promote her new graphic novel, The Goddess of War. The in-store event features a window display filled with cartoon characters created by Weinstein’s fans and fellow artists, along with “anonymous folks in the greater Williamsburg area”—all of them running from this giant hand swooping down from the heavens to scoop them up. “One guy has decorated a cardboard space ship with cheerios that he painted red,” Weinstein reports on her blog. “Another cool anonymous lady made little yuppies. A little kid made a bunny. A rapper made a kind of transvestite.”
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