Bani Garu is Lea Hernandez's story of becoming the U.S. merchandising vice-president of notorious Japanese animation studio Gainax, "a year-long trip down a rabbit hole of reality." Start with page 1.
Published 4:26 am Thu, Jan 16, 2014
About the AuthorLea is a webcomics pioneer and one of the first American cartoonists to merge manga and American comics aesthetics. She draws Teen Titans Go! for DC Comics, and has also drawn for Marvel, Image, IDW, and Boom! Studios. Lea is currently working on her fifth graphic novel, THE GARLICKS for Action Lab Entertainment.
In 1944, fully a year before the first successful nuclear test, Astounding Science Fiction magazine published a remarkably detailed description of an atomic bomb in a story called Deadline. The story, by the otherwise undistinguished author Cleve Cartmill, sent military intelligence racing to discover the source of his information — and his motives for publishing it.
Mark Frauenfelder returns from vacation with a substantially-enlarged collection of tiki photographs.