Sometimes the things you most wish for are the things most out of reach.
Late one night on a remote space station in the backwaters of the universe, a young woman named Bri meets a young man named Dan. Bri is passing through, fleeing from her past and looking forward to a kind of “holiday” from her life. Dan, a resident of the space station, is at a crossroads—torn between his dreams of a more fulfilling life spent helping others and his loyalty to his close-knit missionary family, who, due to the nature of space travel (where passengers do not age in transit while everyone else does), he may never see again should he choose to leave. When circumstances render Bri stranded, Dan’s family takes her in, and their different worlds and worldviews begin to collide. Bri must confront the past she fled from, while in turn, Dan must make a difficult choice about his future.
An ongoing science fiction graphic novel in six parts about the impact of time upon relationships.
KAREN BEILHARZ is a Sydney-based writer, editor and comics creator, best known for her work on Kinds of Blue: An anthology of short comics about depression.
PAUL WONG-PAN is an artist, illustrator and designer also hailing from Sydney.
This is their first original graphic novel.