Monday, December 20, 2010

New Series

The oh-so-cool looking bad ass to the left is a character that has been trapped inside my brain for almost ten years. Which is a long and strenuous time for anyone or anything to be around me without going insane. But if I do say so myself, Snow, the hero with magical abilities, advanced hand to hand combat and weapons training is alive and well. Soon to be kicking bad guy arse in 'Heaven's Fate' the graphic novel.

The story picks up with Snow searching for his fathers killer. I won't give away too much but let's just say I am thinking of turning this into an epic. I'm talking DBZ long, Naruto long; that's how much goes one during this story. It's been ten years in the making and I've been waiting to do this one for a while.

And if you think the protagonist is cool wait until I unveil the antagonist. I think he is my favorite character in this story.

Not to mention, there are three females that do their fair share of butt kicking and backstabbing, literally. So if you like action, adventure, fantasy and mystery stay tuned.

The Fate of the Heavens is in control of mortal men.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Shoot for the Stars

Its seems as if traveling is a natural part of the holidays. As I travel across the back roads and through the small country towns of the south, I look up at the clear, night sky with stars shinning brightly.

Seeing the large expanse and the last un-manned frontier makes you wonder. Whether you believe in a divine spirit or a theory of evolution, one cannot help but wonder about the secrets of the universe and realize that humans are but tiny and insignificant organisms with lifespans of a second compared to the cosmic wheel of time. One cannot help but wonder what is out there, especially if you have read 2001 Space Odessy by Arthur C. Clarke.

I also remember hearing that they are more stars than deceased humans on the planet earth. Humans are fragile creatures. Even though all of us cannot reach the height of an actor in life I hope that we can reach the stars in death.