Carlos Pacheco, a comic artist, published his final comic book illustration on Twitter after being diagnosed with the neurological disease ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). 안전한 카지노사이트
The cover for Damage Control #2 depicts a miniature Ant-Man and Wasp fleeing the unknowing lips of Gus.
The book’ comical protagonist who resembles a character from The Office but has been transplanted into Marvel’s superhero-filled world. 카지노사이트
Pacheco penciled the cover, which was inked by Rafael Fonteriz and colored by Rachelle Rosenberg.
Carlos Pacheco, On September 28, the issue hit comic book store shelves.
Pacheco previously announced his diagnosis on his Facebook page, which has now been removed. “Well, it cannot be.
The final diagnostic has made it clear: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease), aka ALS.
It is what it is, and it is what needs to be dealt with. It’s true that this is an unexpected turn of events in my life.
But it doesn’t make me feel less fortunate to have lived the life I have lived, for the experiences I’ve had, the achievements I’ve made,
In reality, it’s been a life beyond my greatest childhood fantasies.
Thank you so much to everyone who has come. Let us continue as usual!
Pacheco revealed in April that he would be taking a break from comics to recover from spine surgery.
As some of you may know, I suffered a paralysis of my right leg this past September.
Since then, I’ve been visiting neurologists trying to figure out what the hell was going on. After receiving the worst diagnosis possible.
They finally discovered that the root of that is a compression of the nerves a little and hard to see fracture in that vertebra
According to the physicians, I’ll need to undergo rehabilitation for 8 to 12 months
That’s why I couldn’t complete my Fantastic Four commitment, and now I’ll be out of commission for the rest of the year due to the operation. 카지노 블로그