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'Continuum' is a comic book in which Albert Einstein takes a young George W. Bush on a journey through spacetime and philosophy. By the end of the story, George has been driven insane, or sane, depending on your perspective.
'Continuum' is inspired by the writings of Carroll Quigley, Robert Anton Wilson and Alfred Korzybski. It attacks the idea of fixed, elemental categories, and exposes them for the mental constructs that they are.
By the end of the book, the reader will realise that many, if not most of the things that he or she believes to exist are little more than arbitrary, man-made labels, conjured by thought.
The story takes place over the entire span of recorded history, and introduces many of the key figures in the history of human thought, from Ancient Babylon, Greece, the Islamic Golden Age, the Renaissance, right through to the modern era.
Here are some assorted preview pages to give you an idea of the book. Not all of these are final designs, as there's still one last beauty pass to be made. Work on 'Continuum' has been ongoing since early in 2012. 100 pages have been drawn to this level, and about 50-60 remain.
Click on the thumbnails for a larger image.