This graphic novel uses Ka-Blam Digital Printing!

This graphic novel uses Ka-Blam Digital Printing

Ka-Blam is a trademark of 01Comics, Inc. The Ka-Blam Girl is by Steven Butler. (I do not own the rights to either.)

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.

Statement of Intent

Concerning the Authorship of Wolfram: A Gothic Parable

Composed by Eric Daniel Muntz (“the author”), this Monday, the thirtieth of March, 2015, with the full intent to display it openly upon his website upon its completion and publication.

What it is not and what it does not do: 


Wolfram: A Gothic Parable does not pretend to be any sort of authority or canon concerning any realities, physical or spiritual, or to be an accurate record of any events (past, present, or future).

It is intended neither to condone violence, vengeance, lust, avarice, wanton rebellion, selfishness, or wanton pride, nor to give credence to any Occult doctrine or practice. It does not seek to propagate a belief in mythological or Occult-based creatures, including the Wolfrim, which are an invention original to the author to the best of his knowledge.

It does not depict any real occult centers or facilities, nor does it depict any real people. Any resemblances of names, characters, or fictional places in Wolfram: A Gothic Parable to real names, people, and places are purely coincidental and the author has no foreknowledge of their resemblance.

It is not intended to replace or supplement the Gospel of Christ in any way, nor is it meant as a direct or full allegory to any historical timelines (including, but not limited to, biblical timelines).

What it is and what it does:


Wolfram: A Gothic Parable is a Gothic depiction of one Calvinist’s interpretation of the biblical doctrines of the justification, sanctification, and glorification of the saints.

It reflects many of the author’s spiritual beliefs and affirms the existence of the Triune God that Christians believe in, His universal (common) grace and affection toward all the people of the world, his exceptional grace and affection for those who have a saving faith in Him, and his enmity toward the sins of the world, which are epitomized by our inborn will to rebel against Him. Above all, it exults in God’s sacrificial love and in the sacrifice of Christ to satisfy the wrath of God against His Church.

It sets up the primary human character as a sort of type to represent Jesus Christ at certain pivotal points in the series, within the context of his commitment to the Ordnung von Wolfram and to individual characters.

Prepared in sound mind and with gratitude to the Lord and my peers, who have given me courage.