Drawing comic novels has always been my passion. It may sound strange however that I don't read many of them because there is always lack of time. There were days when I had many comics stored in my bookcase. Among them I can give three titles which I consider the best and most inspiring. These are "Thorgal" (art masterpiece and great stories), "Sin City" (magnificent atmosphere) and "Preacher" (I love it for that specific sense of humour and for characters)
I've always tried not to rush up too much with what I do. Because of that it takes years to finish single project. There is an advantage in this - with each project I find another weak spot, which I try to master. I also try different approach, considering almost every aspect of creating graphic novel.
The white-haired felon is still at large. As the night is slowly coming to its end, the Protagonist is heading towards Headsman Street and the only Church in the Town of September. This time however it's not about redemption... but vengeance.
The night is as dark as the fate of our protagonist. Even though he put up a fight against dozens of cops, he was eventually taken down by Cassandra. Now... the vision becomes a blur and the green poison flows in his veins. Avatar of Darkness enters the Underworld.
After escaping Cassandra's prison, the white-haired avenger is proceeding to reach his final goal - elimination of Victor and his servants. The story continues in a form of retrospection and we follow main protagonist's trails through the grim night.
After five years of ominous silence, a white-haired serial killer returned to the Town of September. Driven by pure hatred, he's pushing towards the goal dictated by his existence - vengeance and death. His goal is to eliminate Victor - his greatest foe and a Lord of the Underworld, with whom he has personal matter to settle up.