Truthful Comics: So, when did you came up with the concept for Wild Wild Astral?
Scorp: The concept was born while writing another comic of mine called Bye Bye World, that project was an adult oriented comic, WWA is basically a more "commercial" version of that BBW, a futuristic Bible of sorts.
TC: A futuristic Bible??? Explain!
Scorp: A world were all ancient religions had died off, science became the new religion, factions of this post-apocalyptic neo scientific era fight amongst themselves for supremacy, using as weapons the Wild Aztral arts , now confronted by a new "messiah" they're guided towards a new Genesis for humanity ; and the World is engulfed in a Wild, Wild Aztral.
Scorp: Wild Aztral is the name of this new religion that is sort of a marriage between faith and science, earth had suffered a polar shift causing humans to evolve and develop new abilities, abilities that they master thought the teachings of the wild Aztral arts.
TC: Cool, and who is this so called messiah?
Scorp: The "messiah" is part of a prophecy from the age of chaos, it states that one day "the messenger of the stars" will come and unite all Wild Aztral factions and defeat "he who strives on the negative spark". At the time of the WWA a woman appears claiming to be "the messenger of the stars", she got the powers and the charisma; but is she truly who she claims to be?
TC: I don't know, is she? jeje
Scorp: You need to read the series to find out, Alafta surely fits the part but her extroverted behavior, sometimes even a little crazy, makes some at the high clericcal level of the Maka Union question her true identity. She is sometimes a hero and sometimes, not so much; she certainly has her own agenda.
TC: I know I have to read it! And where can I read this by the way?
Scorp: Eventually the series will be uploaded online in its own website but links and updates can be reached at: www.truthfulcomics.com
TC: Cool! And when will you be launching the next webcomic?
Scorp: I'm hoping that by August the series will premier here at TC. Wild, Wild Aztral will be a stand alone tittle so you don't need to have read Bye Bye World to understand it or enjoy it; still for those who did read BBW there will be plenty of references and easter eggs in the series.
Scorp: WWA, putting it in simple terms; is a celebration of classic science fiction "B" movies. Imagine the Bible in the world of Mad Max, but with the technology of Star Wars and the attitude of the X-Men; it's crazy I know!
TC: Crazy isn't necessarily a bad thing in comics my friend! Well, we're certainly excited to have you back with the Truthful Comics family and we can't wait to finally launch Wild, Wild Astral to the masses, it's going to be one hell of a ride! Welcome back home my friend.