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Astronaut Academy

Zero Gravity: Zero Gravity

Dave Roman, Dave Roman (Illustrator)

Paperback

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Description

Hakata Soy's past life as the leader of a futuristic super team won't stay in the past!

The former space hero is doing his best to keep his head down at Astronaut Academy. Things aren't going so great, though. The most popular girl in school has it in for him. His best friend won't return his calls. And his new roommate is a complete jock who only cares about Fireball.

Hakata just wants to make a fresh start. But how will he find time to study Anti-Gravity Gymnastics and Tactical Randomness when he's got a robot doppelganger on its way to kill him?



Praise For Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity: Zero Gravity

"Roman previously adapted the X-men as a shojo manga, so he certainly knows his way around the "special academy" story. ...The artwork is very cartoony and cute, and uses free-floating layouts to add to the whimsy." - Publishers Weekly

First Second, 9781596436206, 192pp.

Publication Date: June 7, 2011



About the Author

Dave Roman is the author/illustrator of the Astronaut Academy series and writer of the graphic novels Teen Boat! Race for Boatlantis and Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery. He has contributed stories and art to Goosebumps Graphix: Slappy’s Tales of Horror and Nursery Rhyme Comics. Roman is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, a former editor at Nickelodeon Magazine and is currently series editor for First Second’s Science Comics. He lives in NYC and draws a webcomic called Starbunny, Inc.

Dave Roman is the author/illustrator of the Astronaut Academy series and writer of the graphic novels Teen Boat! Race for Boatlantis and Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery. He has contributed stories and art to Goosebumps Graphix: Slappy’s Tales of Horror and Nursery Rhyme Comics. Roman is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts, a former editor at Nickelodeon Magazine and is currently series editor for First Second’s Science Comics. He lives in NYC and draws a webcomic called Starbunny, Inc.