A young math genius solves a complex equation and inadvertently puts a virtual world's artificial intelligence in a position to destroy Earth..
In a futuristic city a military-style police attacks the head-quarter of a cult. Flying troop transports crash through the windows of a tower topped by gigantic neon-lit eyes and occupied by armed defenders, the policemen exchange gunfire and grenades with cultists whose hoods depict an enormous eye..
Thirteen-year-old trainee witch Kiki leaves home with her familiar spirit, a talking black cat named Jiji. She flies on her broomstick to the port city of Koriko. While trying to find somewhere to live, Kiki is pursued by Tombo, a geeky boy obsessed with aviation who admires her flying ability. In exchange for accommodation, Kiki helps Osono, the kindly owner of a bakery. She opens a "Witch Delivery Business", delivering goods by broomstick..
Madame Souza becomes involved in international intrigue when her grandson, Champion, a professional cyclist, is kidnapped and taken abroad. Joined by her faithful dog, Bruno, Madame Souza embarks on a journey to find Champion, and stumbles across unlikely allies..
When I finished my 3rd semester at art school, I had to go back to Korea to serve in the army for 2 years, but that didn't compromise my desire to sharpen my artistic skills. After I became a private first class in the army, I was allowed to draw and study during my free time, so every day I spent 2 hours studying anatomy..
Know your story and characters very intimately, they play off of each other. If you don't have great characters, people won't connect with or care about your story because there isn't something concrete and relatable they can attach to..
Nature and small creatures are what I like to draw most. They are special to me because it feels like you are seeing a whole world from the outside. It's a slow and calm moment where you can just watch..
As I child I loved to draw monsters, animals and include my friends, family and teachers into funny stories. These little comics always got a big reaction and I love that art has the power to shock or make friends laugh. To me, one of the most stimulating parts of the creative process is imagining the reaction of the public..