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Old 03-08-2021, 05:13 PM   #1
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The Seems of a Dream -- Question your reality

'Seems' seeks to unravel the current paradigm, post tragic events that led to a morality of all or nothing, and what happens as a result of not siding with the current corruption that the state of the world has found itself in.

There used to be a motif to 'question the nature of reality'. While granted that 'subjective reality' was already a philosophical and theosophical theory, certain stories really went past the edge to show us that reality is not all that the mainstream presents itself to be.

'Seems' follows a confused soul with a shrouded past imposed in a reality where much is questionable. 'Seems' tackles how much control the imagination has over a person's psyche, and whether an altered and modified mind can make sense of the dangers of it.

Many adhere to an idea that reality must be understood as a constant. Why is it so important that reality be understood a certain way? Is it because there may be some type of control factor that prevents people from rising up and seeking to take charge over a force of oppression?

We are in a new age, and the morality that is being invented only has control if people they allow it, instead of resisting. But what happens if you resist?

You can read the first issue of 'The Seems of a Dream' here--


Here is some artwork-- I hope you enjoy

A panel example B&W and Color

Character concept

Excerpt from Issue #2

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