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Welcome Fellow Travelers!

Thank you for joining us on this journey into a fantastical world of adventure. Symphorians: Space & Time is an ongoing science fiction series published in the spirit of wonderful creators such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Robert Louis Stevenson, Tolkein, Frank Herbert, George Lucas, the Jim Henson Company, Rockne S. O’Bannon (Farscape baby!), and many others. The list of modern comics creators influencing Symphorians is even more expansive. There are so many inspirations for me in the world of graphic storytelling today that I could not possibly name them all here.

The name “Symphorians” is derived from the Greek sympherein - to bring together usefully (sym, together + pher/phor, to bring). It is a term that I originally ran across in the pages of Morrison and Boyd’s Organic Chemistry text book in reference to the orientation of molecules during a chemical reaction. I’ve used it here to describe what often occurs serendipitously in the most successful and productive human endeavors when certain gifted and/or inspired individuals are brought together to achieve magnificent things. In the case of our heroines and heroes, they’ll need some symphoria (along with a healthy dose of good old fashioned pluck!) to survive the perils thrown their way by me! Bwahahahaha! Wait, does my cool villainous laugh imply that I’m going to put my characters through inordinate amounts of danger, vomit-meltdown-inducing levels of stress, and ridicule of galactic proportions? Does that inadvertently imply my belief in a universe that is inherently destructive, cruel, evil, bad, mean, gassy...eous? Hmmm...maybe. There is that whole entropy, heat death of the universe thing, which is kind’ve a problem for beings striving to maintain a semblance of molecular order, but I digress...

...this is a fun project for me. I hope you enjoy it.