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.
There were itsy-hugey problems with Gainax from the start.
Thanks to David Seidman for the editing assist.
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