Illustrator and graphic novelist Eric Drooker has created a body of work that speaks for itself, though it has also spoken for Allen Ginsberg ("Illuminated Poems"), Rage Against the Machine ("The Ghost of Tom Joad"), Faith No More ("King For A Day...") and countless grassroots political activists. Drooker's epic debut in the graphic novel format was "Flood," a tragic story of a protagonist who must endure a series of traumas. More than a decade after its release, Lawrence filmmaker Ollie Hall has created a meticulously edited pan-and-zoom screen adaptation of the novel. Hall's year-long project debuts tonight with a guest appearance from Drooker.This is a free show with donations accepted. All proceeds benefit the Red Cross' Tsunami Relief Fund.