There isn't a role Francis has played well. An actor well
past his prime, he barely has an acting career to speak of.
His ex-wife, Claudette, finds him pathetic and he routine-
ly disappoints his precocious young son, Courtney. When
an opportunity to play the dying father of a teenage pop
sensation chasing indie film credit comes along, Francis
must sacrifice his ego and heightened self-importance for
this one last shot at legacy. The mortality of his on-screen
character is a stark reminder of his own end that day by
day feels closer than ever before. In the end, what will
Francis have to show for the life he has lived?
From writer John Dermot Woods and artist Matt L.
comes a deeply meditative graphic novel about aging and