When everybody’s telling you who you are, sometimes refusing to let other people define you feels like taking on the role of the villain. Ironically, people that seek to put others in boxes are usually the bullies. I’ve always struggled with labels, and I do a lot of things that make it hard to put me in a box. Woman. Engineer. Artist. Business owner. Those are four things that most people don’t know what to do with when you put them all together. I am hardly conventional. If that’s wrong, I, like Pakku, would rather be wicked.
In what ways do you defy convention?
(…and because I can’t hold it in anymore…I THINK I’LL TRYYYYY DEFYYYYING GRAVITY!)
As part of the Spider Forest Collective, I am featuring a Comic of the Week. This week’s comic is Keys. In a land of terrible wars and towering empires, one man finds himself thrust into the machinations of men and gods, and only a mythic blade may hold to the key to his salvation. People that like world-building, political/religious maneuvering, and unique magics will find a lot to enjoy in Keys, even if it is relatively new!