T-Minus: graphic novel tells the history of the space race

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7 Responses to “T-Minus: graphic novel tells the history of the space race”

  1. Halloween Jack says:

    Ditto on the Cannon brothers. Zander Cannon was one of the artists on Alan Moore’s Top 10 series from America’s Best Comics/Wildstorm (Gene Ha was the other), and his other stuff is great as well.

  2. mackenzi says:

    I hope space food is chronicled. What were they eating up there? Kraft and Tang or beef jerky? What about space salad? Where can I get this? I’m hungry now! I want to eat a fish.

  3. Trent Hawkins says:

    Was there really a race to the moon? Russians got there, then went on to build practical ICBM systems and space stations, so makes it seem like a race of one.

  4. mackenzi says:

    I’m hungry now!

  5. Steven Stwalley says:

    Ottaviani’s brilliant collaborators on this, the brothers Cannon (bigtimeattic.com) have been crazy prolific lately. They illustrated ANOTHER science novel on genetics, The Stuff of Life, that came out the other month… and this month Kevin Cannon’s incredible, hilarious cliffhanger adventure about an arctic pirate named Armitage Shanks, Far Arden, is coming out from Top Shelf this month (it was serialized online on his website at kevincannon.org).

  6. Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget Ottaviani’s _Two Fisted Science_!

  7. Anonymous says:

    #1 “Was there really a race to the moon?”

    yes there was. the russians really did try to send cosmonauts to the moon, it is just that the top secret rocket system they built to do the job kept blowing up during test launches.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N1_rocket

    the russians also designed and built a manned lunar lander.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LK_Lander

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