Astromythos: Book One
, is a new mythology. It is the creation story of the stars.
The stars with all their might, fight to stay alight, to save each other from extinction. And those that aim to extinguish them, to rob the universe of its light, are the story’s villains. Black holes. The most destructive force in the universe.
The stars have bodies like humans and humanoids. They make their homes in nebulae, building castles, towers, bridges, and other medieval structures. Nebulae are their islands, mountains and even bodies of water. These nebulae are physical, living landscapes, on which stars, comets, planets, moons, and meteors, dwell as characters in the book. There are kings, warriors, giants, monsters, queens, and princesses, all of whom have features of different of heavenly bodies in space.
Written and illustrated as a rhyming epic poem, inspired by Ancient Greek victory songs, tales like Paradise Lost, and The Divine Comedy, Astromythos is a visual feast for the senses. Each myth delivers a profound and powerful message of wisdom, strength, honor, and courage.