Actually it’s from Nobrow #7, but Jillian Tamaki’s haunting Half-Life can be read in its entirety. I won’t spoil it, but it is reminiscent of a classic 50s SF film…even if it does go in another, surprising direction at the end.
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How on earth have we somehow never noticed Jillian Tamaki’s webcomic SuperMutant Magic Academy? It’s a bit of a dark look at the mutant/magic academy genre. You know, Ronald Searle for the Hunger Games generation.
She’s made a mini-comic with added strips, but it’s already sold out. She assures us more is coming. More had better be.