An homage to the Japanese tokusatsu series I watched religiously as a kid in the late 1990s, this traditionally hand-inked comic explores the many lives and hopes that are often forgotten behind the silver screen.
Jaeha Joshua Chang loves kitsch. He likes ube ice cream. He likes bustling metropolises, where human stories are interwoven with tragicomedy. He likes (and tries) to find good ways to tell these stories. Comics is definitely one of his favorites.