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This graphic novel uses Ka-Blam Digital Printing

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About my "canon notes:"

Posts labeled "canon notes" are not meant to accurately portray any religious, scientific, or social canon. They are notes concerning the fictional universe I've invented for the setting of Wolfram: A Gothic Parable.

Lore: Director Löwe and her adjutant discuss a recent Sabbatical.

Director Löwe doesn't mean to be rude to Isolda here. To the Director, information is empowerment. If she were to pack on a few pounds herself, she would want to know.  Fortunately, little differences like this one will quickly pass, never lasting more than a few moments.  Isolda and the Director have worked together far too long to hold a lasting grudge, one against the other.

In the lore of Wolfremica, the Wolfrim must take a mandatory Sabbatical every seventh year.  The Cleft (subterranean stronghold) will become overcrowded if this is not the case.  Any other year, one may come and go as one pleases.  Many take their Sabbatical in an Arrangement of Familiarity: A Wolfram and a human agree to a contract.  For the Wolfram, this contract may take the form of companionship, temporary employment, or taking the role of a service animal. For the human, no less than room or board is required, and they know it is in the best interest of all involved to offer additional compensation. As the advantaged party in the arrangement, a human must be strictly vetted before they can enter into an Arrangement of Familiarity.

As Isolda is the Director's adjutant (a high-profile and demanding responsibility) at the Cleft, she prefers to take her Sabbatical to retreat to the wilderness.  She uses the term "foraging" in this comic because the Wolfram are primarily herbivorous (and, in fact, opposed to unnecessary violence against other creatures), and she is particularly fond of a sweet and starchy root she finds in the area she chooses for relaxation, though she does balance her diet with other vegetation.

Good News! I just fixed the Reader Module!


Boy, I didn't realize just how messed up the reader module was, and I hadn't been hearing any feedback on it, so I assumed it was still usable.

Man, was I wrong!

Every single link in every post pointed to the now nonexistent "" domain. Fortunately, I had the oomph to edit every link in every post. So an average of three or four links each post (let's assume 4), 5 issues, and about 25 posts per issue comes out to about...

(Dang!) ...about 500 hopelessly broken links! Glad that's fixed.

Next on the agenda, stop using the navigation images. That took a lot longer than it had to due to lines upon lines of functionless html coding.

Progress Report, 22. November, 2019

I know I’ve been very silent on this blog (mostly due to being more active on Twitter and Instagram), but I’m breaking the silence to announce that I’m very close to completing Issue #6 of Wolfremica: A Gothic Parable.

If you’d like more frequent updates on my progress, my Instagrams are @spark_e_muntz and @wolfremica_agp, and my Twitter is @Spark_E_Muntz .

Looking forward to completing this!

Reader module back in working order (and other announcements)

I posted all remaining pages of Issue #5 a few weeks ago, but neglected to update the navigation buttons since then.

I am pleased to announce that all pages in the Reader are back in working order.  Issues #1 through #5 are now available in their entirety at

I am considering adding a new subdomain for the Encyclopedia Wolfremica, a fictional reference book I am planning to write as a guide to the lore of what is soon to be called Wolfremica: A Gothic Parable.

Name change imminent! Wolfremica: A Gothic Parable

EDIT: In the time since I wrote this article, a friend and I decided that the best thing to do was to call the main comics series Wolfremica: A Gothic Parable and write a companion text called the Encyclopædia Wolfremica. The remainder of this article is obsolete.

I know I have a very small readership, but I would like this to be a big thing eventually. In the event that this graphic novel does become popular I desperately want to avoid any Cease and Desist orders. I perceive that the current title might pose a possible risk for action by the mathematics tool Wolfram if discovered. I want to stress that no one has approached me about this. I simply perceive that it could be problematic. To avert this probability, I am electing to change the name of my comic book/graphic novel series to one of two possible titles. The final choice may have an effect not the style or format of the comics, so please read this article completely before voting.

The Werwolf of Löwenschild

This choice contains a spoiler.  Karsten does in fact become a werewolf, albeit different from the ones that attacked him, and he does achieve complete control over his transformed body after a while.  The relevance here is that he is unique in the ruling organization of the Ordnung von Wolfram, which is called Löwenschild.  Hence the significance of the title.  Little will change if this title is chosen; it will be mostly sequential art format.

Encyclopaedia Wolfremica

This format of the story will contain frequent prose-, poetry-, and reference-style exposition to share knowledge about the world of the Wolfrim.  This will mean more reading, which could be a very good thing, and will also mean more frequent publication, as I currently am releasing about one issue every few years lately.
Please follow this link and vote on what you think the next title of the graphic novel should be: Click Here!

Looking forward to your answers!

Eric Daniel (Spark E.) Muntz

Issue#5 now available!

Issue #5 is now available to purchase at, the storefront for users of’s printing service.

Catalogue entry

My apologies for the delay.  I only found out today that it was posted, and I’m not sure exactly when it was made available.

Progress report - Issue #5 submitted for printing

For those interested in my progress, I have recently finished Wolfram: A Gothic Parable #5, which is in the process of printer review (checking to see that the page specifications and resolutions are up to their standard of printing).

For those who are unaware, the printer I use is, a print-on-demand service for comics creators.  Their banner is visible on just about every page of this website.  Look for the banner up top, just below the website title.

Looking forward to adding this issue to the Catalogue and publishing the next issue online, one page per week for 24 weeks.