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CINDI Education Anime/Magna inspired comic series with the intent to educated middle and high school students about CINDI (Coupled Ion Neutral Dynamics Investigation), which is NASA mission studying space atmosphere in Earth's atmosphere. It reads to me like a group of queer women sitting around, trading anecdotes. In fact, I'm sure I would have continued to read comics if the stories had continued to interest me. Time, in how fast or slowly it seems to pass, is important in how panels change.

Pages: 26

Publisher: Caliber Comics (March 20, 1997)


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