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Regarding Dandelions
A Drama/Romance/Slice of Life series
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Content flags: Violent ContentSexual ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Real life
Activity status: Active
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Last update: One week ago, 5:00 PM
Number of comics: 462
Number of subscribers: 36
Visitors: 19560 visitors (139783 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (96 votes)

Comic description

A 30-something coming-of-age story, Regarding Dandelions follows Jake Stanton and Ellie Martin through present day narration and first person flashbacks. Jake and Ellie grew up together and each faced their own brand of adversity in what should have been an idyllic upbringing in a Chicago suburb. Now in their early 30s, Jake learns he has late stage lymphoma, forcing both him and Ellie to confront mortality and the issues they've left dormant throughout adulthood.

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Kari_McElroy
I'm an Indianapolis-based artist and author. My current series, Regarding Dandelions, is an ongoing drama/romance/slice of life series.

Most recent comments left on Regarding Dandelions

DocMesa
6 days ago
I only just noticed the bay that I think was intended for Jake had the dandelion picture in it...
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Bear
6 days ago
Bear
The background is familiar to me, but from a kidney failure point of view. I'm 10 years post-trans, did 4 years on assorted dialysis before that....repeated visits for an assortment of associated probs. A "frequent flyer" - lost a few clinic acquaintances, some far too young.
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MK_Wizard
One week ago
MK_Wizard
I haven't dealt with cancer directly, but I know people who are very close to me who had brushes with it and you really, really appreciate their bravery.
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DocMesa
One week ago
Agreed. I can't even imagine what's flashing through his mind, but it's probably nothing pleasant. :(
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MK_Wizard
One week ago
MK_Wizard
This is so heartbreaking... It really makes you see the side of cancer nobody talks about and I'm not talking about the body. I mean the soul.
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