The Zeonic Toyota is a Gundam-inspired car with an amazing animated commercial. (via Comic Book Resources)
- A recent survey displays some pretty dismal results: women account for only 10% of cyber security professionals, in addition to being paid less. (via Huffington Post)
- Death Note and Bakuman creators Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata have announced their new project, Platinum’s End, which is about “a human and an angel.” (via Comics Beat)
A team of scientists just found a glowing turtle near the Solomon Islands, the first biofluorescent reptile ever! (via io9)
- Women Write About Comics is a group of women and non-binary writers who’ve done awesome work in critical analysis, geeky work, and so much more. Show them some love!
- Check out And Then the Veil Falls, a sci-fi story by Ashley Barry, one of our awesome contributors! It begins with the chilling line “I beheaded my father when I was just seven years old.”
Buzzfeed shared some photos from Didier Ghez’s They Drew As They Pleased: The Hidden Art of Disney’s Golden Age. This one’s by Gustaf Tenggren.
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