In this drawing released by Kazuto Tatsuta /KODANSHA, the main character in comic-artist Kazuto Tatsuta's comic “1F: The Labor Diary Of Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant" stands against the tsunami-crippled plant's reactor shattered by melt-down. Tatsuta worked at the plant that suffered three meltdowns after the 2011 tsunami from June to December 2012 in part because he was struggling as a manga artist, but “1F” is his biggest success yet. The opening episode won a newcomer award and was published last year in Morning, a weekly manga magazine with a circulation of 300,000. (AP Photo/Kazuto Tatsuta /KODANSHA)

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In this drawing released by Kazuto Tatsuta /KODANSHA, the main character in comic-artist Kazuto Tatsuta's comic “1F: The Labor Diary Of Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant" stands against the tsunami-crippled plant's reactor shattered by melt-down. Tatsuta worked at the plant that suffered three meltdowns after the 2011 tsunami from June to December 2012 in part because he was struggling as a manga artist, but “1F” is his biggest success yet. The opening episode won a newcomer award and was published last year in Morning, a weekly manga magazine with a circulation of 300,000. (AP Photo/Kazuto Tatsuta /KODANSHA)
In this drawing released by Kazuto Tatsuta /KODANSHA, the main character in comic-artist Kazuto Tatsuta's comic “1F: The Labor Diary Of Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant" stands against the tsunami-crippled plant's reactor shattered by melt-down. Tatsuta worked at the plant that suffered three meltdowns after the 2011 tsunami from June to December 2012 in part because he was struggling as a manga artist, but “1F” is his biggest success yet. The opening episode won a newcomer award and was published last year in Morning, a weekly manga magazine with a circulation of 300,000. (AP Photo/Kazuto Tatsuta /KODANSHA)
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