An Epiphany at Midnight
The characters and situations are raw and politically incorrect, but so is life. Sometimes you just feel like screaming, and I suppose the comic series is my way of screaming.
An Epiphany at Midnight deals with issues of divorce and alienation and unemployment and homelessness, things that I was going through or terrified of, so it’s dark and deals with these issues from a very personal perspective. Basically, it is me trying to understand these things in my life, but I think it has some definite universal aspects. A reader of it has already told me that "In Issue 4 the depth is more accessible." Does that mean the water is less deep or is it less murky? You decide.
Do you understand? Life can hit a person hard, and the pages of this comic book is my way of hitting back. But it's not just for me, I hope. Oh God, I hope I'm not alone.