Nuclear Meltdown: The comic book

by Mike Gaworecki

April 9, 2009

Our colleagues over at GreenpeaceSEASIA (Southeast Asia) have put out a comic book entitled Nuclear Meltdown: A Message from the Darkness: "an advocacy comic book about the perils of nuclear power and how the youth can make a difference in making the world a better place."

I just think this is really cool, especially because the point is to show youth activists that they can make a difference. Here’s a little more info:

The comic book was developed by Indonesian artists with storyline by Greenpeace Southeast Asia Nuclear Campaigner Tessa de Ryck. In the story, two teenagers, Cosmo and Luna, go back in time to the year 2009 in a race to save the planet from the devastating effects of climate change and nuclear power.

GreenpeaceSEASIA: Nuclear Meltdown comic book

Read more and download your copy on the GreenpeaceSEASIA website!

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