An Upper Peninsula artist famous for his work with DC Comics has been the subject of some crowdfunding campaigns lately to help with health care costs after a stroke, leaving him unable to draw. The New York Times picks up the story below.
: Norm Breyfogle, a comic book artist known for his work on Batman, found himself struggling after a stroke in December. He had no health insurance. He was partly paralyzed on his left side, unable to use his valuable drawing hand. And Mr. Breyfogle, 54, was in a nursing home in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, facing months of physical therapy.
Worried about his brother’s rapidly rising bills, Kevin Breyfogle decided to step in. He started a crowdfunding campaign, which raises small donations from donors, on the site YouCaring.
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Source: The New York Times