“A Day in January” is a collection of short stories fully illustrated with over 30 unique artwork. Inspired by my trip to Hong Kong and Tokyo as well as Japanese light novels, we created a more grounded look at the cyberpunk genre in world-building, focusing on the regular folks who experiences the city firsthand.
Part dystopian, part quirky, part heartwarming… “A Day in January” is a deep dive into life in a cyberpunk world, depicted with a painterly impressionist style from artist Alex Chow.
--Fully illustrated short story pages featuring over 30 pieces of original artwork at high resolution.
-Three chapters, each following a different character as they go through a day.
Scarlett, an android who finds herself in a rut when her bike breaks down, potentially invoking the wrath of the Megacorp that employs her.
Boris, a teenager who is looking to get his first augmentation to fit in with his classmates, only to find himself in an urban adventure.
Mason, a private investigator looking to make his big break and discovers secrets of the city with dark implications...
-96 pages, 7x10.375"
A war in 2031 tears the world asunder, leaving only pockets of civilization. As the economy crashes, it left all but the largest corporations, and they are given the responsibility to rebuild the world. Each hold a monopoly on one of the surviving metropolises on the planet.
One such megacorp, Axiom, controls Zephyrus city as of the year 2065. Involved in the daily lives of tens of millions of people, Axiom is both a blessing and a curse, leaving to many stories yet to be told from the concrete jungle…