Jason Horn, creator of the Ninjasaur webcomic, is looking to Kickstart the funds to print an illustrated kids' novella about time travel:
Kathryn the Crononaut is a all-ages novella (short novel) that seeks to introduce kids to advanced scientific theories in a fun, entertaining manner. Kathryn O’Riley is a smart, idealistic sixth-grader who decides to use her science fair project to declare that she will dedicate her life to someday creating time travel. She announces to the world that her future self will arrive the day of the fair to demonstrate the scientific breakthrough she will eventually make. Can one science fair change the world, especially if “Future Kathryn” doesn’t show up?
With the help of her parents, her best friend Holly, and her grumpy old science teacher, Kathryn learns that inspiring her classmates could have just as much of an impact as actually creating time travel.
Kathryn the Crononaut
In the year since Berke Breathed came out of retirement to cover the 2016 election cycles with Opus, Bill, Milo and the gang, he’s amassed enough material to fill a new 144-page collection: Bloom County Episode XI: A New Hope, which comes out in September.
I don’t think Stewart’s ever been in finer form, and his “I’ve been living in a cave”/Transmet schtick plays well with Colbert’s own persona.
Russel Cameron’s grotesque, beautiful sculptures “possess human characteristics such as skin texture and some form of anatomical structure,” fashioned into blobby, nightmarish, sexual forms.
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