It’s about a chaos magician that becomes the avatar of the True Mage, the Keeper of the Omniversal Accords which governs all magick in all known universes, dimensions, and potential timelines.
This has been an extensive work, begun in the early days of the pandemic. Its design lends it towards several ways to access the archetypal powers represented in its pages.
In fact, most of the characters are hypersigils representing an aspect of people I know, and some form of magick taken to an exaggerated fictional state. The whole thing is layer upon layer of magickal intent, but only to tell a fun story.
It’s what I call hyper-shoaling, meaning several hypersigils layered over one another to magnify success. This is also being boosted by a servitor of the main character, Verone.
Yeah, it’s definitely meant for fun primarily. Full of action and unrealistic magick, but with a not-so-subtle nod towards chaos magick and the community.
If you’re looking for more serious tales of magick, they’re certainly out there. This is not that. It’s an action-adventure comic that’s a joyful bit of entertainment and gives people a “hero” of a sort they’ve never had before.
I plan on collecting the first arc, Psychonaut Blues, by the end of the summer. I will release both digital and limited print numbers.