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Dark and Day: The Fel Shade Descend by nJoo Dark and Day: The Fel Shade Descend by nJoo
Jono, Keiko and Isaac face down the feirce fel shades! The world is on the brink of war and Apollyon's Key may hold the secret to the world's desctrution!

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Robin-Carey Apr 11, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
lovely painting :)
Jono-Wyer Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Now is your chance to win both published books in the Dark & Day series!

Step 1. Simple go to the Dark & Day Facebook page [link]

Step 2. Add your comment on the Wall with what it is about Dark & Day that interests you!
Is it the epic fantasy v. scifi style? Like the YA genre? A particular character? (like Jono? Commander Grail? the Sage of Ages?) or a particular art work? (Tyler Edlin’s City of Eies? Andrew Hou’s Withering Mark cover? Robert Kim’s Jono at Al Jebra? Lokman Lam’s Grown up Keiko?)

Step 3. Look for a winner on the Dark & Day Facebook page!
love it!!! great job!!
Empkin Dec 7, 2011  Professional
looks great
well, kids fighting to save the world is a good plot, so good that, sadly, everybudy has done it already =/

but came on, anybudy can beat Final Fantasy this days, specialy after they apology for FF14 -w-
Jono-Wyer Dec 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fair point - but I like to think that Dark & Day adds a unique spin to that classic formula. :) The story (and series) is actually a lot about deconstructing classic memes and figuring out the truth behind belief.
so is not a kid fighting agains eeeevil thats trying to destroy the world?
Jono-Wyer Dec 8, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yes and no. It's about the false dichotomies in life (as symbolized by the clash of Dark v. Day - two words that are very close, but have opposite meanings).

In a way, it is my rebuttal to the good v. evil, and pro-'kids go to war'dynamic from The Lion, The Witch & the Wardrobe(which I loved as a kid, but find that good v. evil dynamic often creates more destruction than it solves). The series is a deconstruction of classic beliefs (good v. evil; and the 'fantasy' views of the world) and evolves into a sci-fi exploration of values, and the question of "what do you believe in, when the decision is critical (yes, 'save the world'), but there is not a clear good v. evil.
i see, well makes sense, a fight that doesn't involve "destroy the world intentionalu", good luck with that, man
Jono-Wyer Dec 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks! Fiction is a tough market, so I can use all the luck I can get ;)! I'm hoping people like the story & the series :)
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