Comics artist and former Gainax employee Lea Hernandez joins us to talk about her turbulent time back in the late 80s with the company that gave birth to Evangelion.
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J Storm, Inc.
J. B. Productions
J.C. Staff 3D Department
J.C. Staff Photography Dept.
J2 Production Committee
Jacques Canestrier Video
Jade Dynasty Publications Ltd.
Japan Academy Creators College of Manga and Animation
Japan Action Enterprise
Japan Action Enterprises
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
Japan Air Self-Defense Force
Japan Animation & Manga College
Japan Art Fund
Japan Association of Music Enterprises
Japan Broadcast Publishing Co., Ltd.
Japan Central Music, Ltd.
Japan Chorus Society
Japan Computer System Co., Ltd.
Japan Digital Contents
Japan Digital Entertainment, Inc.
Japan Home Video
Japan Narration Actor Institute
Japan Narration and Acting School
Japan National Route 12
Japan Olympic Committee
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
Japan Professional Baseball Players Association
Japan Pyrotechnics Association
Japan Racing Association
Japan Science and Technology Agency
Japan Self Defense Forces
Japan Victor Company
Japan VTR Studio
Japan Weekend Anime
Japan Weekend Manga
Japan World Exposition Memorial Association
Japanese Federation of the Deaf
Japanese Meteorological Society
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Jay Warner Music Group
Jay West Productions
Jay West Studios
JC Staff Art Department
Je Il Animation
JEM Egota Digital Be
JEM Egota Digital Room
Jem Ekoda Digital
Jetix Latin America
Jetix Play Poland
Jewel Academy Literature Club
Jewelpet Movie Committee
Jiangsu Carloon Film & Animation Media
Jiangsu Nuoya Anime Production Co.
Jigoku Shoujo Project
Jim Terry Productions
Jindai High School Production Committee
Jinling Art Company
Jinni's Animation Studios
Jinno Office and Kick-Off 80
Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha, Ltd.
JKB Daira Inc.
JN Productions, Inc.
Jōgen no Tsuki Group
John Bonitz Agency / Harry's Niche Talent
John Petersen Music Inc., New York
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Production Committee
Joong Ang Movie
Jormungand Production Partners
Joshiraku Production Parnters
Jounan Film Center
Joy Tashjian Marketing Group, LLC.
Jpec System co., Ltd.
JR East JApan
JR Media Services
JR West Japan
Jūgo Shōnen Hyōryūki Production Committee
Jump Comics Selection
Junior Champ Magazine
JUST CAUSE Productions
Just for Kids Video
Justin Time Post
JVC Entertainment Company, LTD.
JVC/Japan Victor Company
Jya no Michi wa Hebi Soft
Jyu-Oh-Sei Production Committee
Jyūshin Enbu Hero Tales Production Committee
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