Two women fall into crisis as their life’s work becomes obsolete at the sudden end of a terrible war. Commander Sugimoto and her lead engineer Mischa Polyakov have spent nearly every waking moment together since their project’s inception, but without the pretense of their careers and world-ending calamity, do they have a reason to stay in one another’s lives?

80 full-color pages; 5″ x 7”; SRP: $14.99
ISBN 979-8-88620-021-8; Coming June 2023

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