I am the creator of the story, "Stigma Breaker". It is an extremely ambitious project that is a culmination of my perspective of the world, the reality of the world, my personal griefs, regrets and wants to my love of history and politics. On a technical level, the first character I created that would eventually lead to Stigma Breaker was the creation of Teva in the 7th grade. Over the next two years until 9th grade, I never gave much thought about what I would want to accomplish through drawing. Drawing wasn't a main part of myself as it is now. Though it was a hobby I was known for by friends. During my Freshman year in high school, I slowly began to get serious in creating a world like that of my favorite series, One Piece. I had a multitude of inspirations from different series but I wanted a story that would still be my own. For 3/4th of high school, it was a challenge to create a perfect template for this story. Although I wasn't too sure of the overarching story. I had pieces that seemed good but just needed something to hold them together.
In my senior year, things began to process as I thought of new concepts and dotting together plot points. Even with my last year of high school being the pinnacle of the four years spent to conjure up something even worth dedicating myself to, there were still a lot of issues. My writing was average and my drawing barely decent. I wondered if I could ever achieve a story of my own that isn't just some simple story riddled with cliches and tropes. Before I knew it, I had graduated and moved onto college.
Now college is where things began to take a turn for the best. Unlike k-12 education, college was an environment that seemingly molded well with my person. I like being able to pick and choose my classes and schedule. It wasn't just that, however. Since late high school, I was watching videos from the "skeptic community", or, also, soon to be known as the "Anti-SJW community". Although it was the rational and logical side of things that engaged me the most. The videos that delved deep into the philosophy and rationales of these deranged social liberals, far left that played identity politics. In summary, I built a deep interest in politics, slowly beginning my journey to realizing myself; what I believe and who I am. There's a lot of details so I'll get down to business. Years before college, I never would have thought politics and the deep rooted psychology of myself would be the profound foundation of Stigma Breaker. I have come a long way to maturity and understanding and facing adversity. Although Stigma Breaker is far from completion in every minute detail, I have a steel clad fortress to stand on. I know the history of the series to the ending in my mind, that of which I've yet to write down. But there's a whole bunch of concepts and detail in my google drive, and from within myself. I finally know what I need to write for Stigma Breaker.
As of now, Stigma Breaker is a collection of concepts and ideas of what I've come to understand philosophically and politically. And an intimately personal essence of myself as an individual. My writing has reached the point where it outshines my drawing abilities, but make no mistake, it won't outrun beyond catching up. Stigma Breaker is a story, without fail, able to bring out the emotions of people I've come to trust enough to tell. Additionally, it is unfortunate that I still run into problems with my philosophical self, I am in the best position I can be in right now.
Aleister and Nefereuem are the main characters of Stigma Breaker. Aleister represents an individual who wants to break the world of its stigma, but in order to do so, she must suffer the consequences and face adversity. Nefereuem represents a person who has perceived reality in its darkest moment. His sufferings has deteriorated his mind and belief in others. All he wishes for is the peace of eternal sleep which he cannot bring himself to do. Aleister cannot realize her goal until she experiences the reality of this world. Nefereuem cannot rest until he finds the resolve to live. Stigma Breaker cannot be told without both of these people. They are a yin yang that must learn to work together their weaknesses to project a greater strength.