"A breakcore saga" is a short, 4 pages comic. It is also a bit of an inside joke. Yes, if you don't know what breakcore is or if you aren't really connected to this "scene", it might make no sense for you. The comic that was published in 2017 in the 16th issue of "Datacide, the magazine for noise and politics", based in Berlin and run by Christoph Fringeli from Praxis recordings.
Here are the first panels, the next will come. But of course I recommend you to get the magazine for a funnier experience.
This is an adventure in the "Hyperhedron", a universe whose structure is made of nano-machines, where pseudo-gravity and non-definable temporal sectors act as physical laws, a space where human doesn't really have its place. After the unexpected crash of his shuttle, "Devlok" is taken away by cybernetic creatures and brought into the biomechanical depths of the poly-teflo-carbon giga-tubes,...
This is the first comic I started work on pretty much seriously and it is 99% all hand painted with watercolor, acryl, tempera and various inks on tensed 300g. watercolor paper. As being a Belgian comic fanatic, it has a big european sci-fi influences aswell the format. I published the very first edition of the book myself, including two other short stories and some art in plain pages.
Read more: A cyberpunk comic: Devlok, the Techno-Templar. Book One