Monday July 16th marked the 67th anniversary of the Trinity test. Here, in a four-page graphic essay, Jonathan Fetter-Vorm, author of Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb, considers the still surviving, unseen dangers left by our nation’s first atomic tests, including a powerful legacy of secrecy in weapons development.

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Jonathan Fetter-Vorm

Jonathan Fetter-Vorm writes and draws graphic novels. He was born and raised in Montana and currently lives in Brooklyn. His most recent book Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb was published in June by Hill & Wang.

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