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This is a group dedicated to the comic book series called "Anepantla" written and painted by
What is "Anepantla" about??
As said before, it is a serie of comic books written by Sarkana (me). I am planning to make it spend over 8 parts, but for now, I am only publishing part 1. "The flute of the Rain God".
Anepantla means "In the middle of water" in Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs. In the story you'll meet both humans and gods as well as supernaturals and magical powers, all together in a fictive story in a historical correct time.
We write 1480 or rather 1- Tecpatl. The Aztec civilization is on it's best, a golden age has risen, and the country we now call Mexico is floating with milk and honey. In Tenochtitlán, the very capital of the Aztec empire, the ruler or Huey Tlatoani, Axayacatl is a great war hero. Frightened by his enemies and beloved of his people, he is planning to lead a final attack against the P'urepechas, a rival civilization to the one of the Aztecs, and which has been a threat to Axayacatl and his people for way too long.
This story however, takes its' beginning a different place.
When Atl, a young musician accidentically plunges down into a deep, otherworldly cave, she is thinking that her life has come to an end. It has not. Instead it takes a drastically change and Atl is thrown into a world of mythical creatures, magic and danger. It is with her life dangling on a line that she now must face the pending challenges, all while she tries her, to keep her beloved friend out of this danger...
Other info about this group:
The comic will be updated often, but I can not promise that there's a page ready for every week. but I'll try my best to keep it up!
Anyone who is interested can join this group. It will be nice with some more members/watchers
The group is also for fan-art of the comic if someone are interested.
Violence, nudes and sexual themes are acceptable as long as they follow the sites rules. You can also submit artworks, that isn't related to the comic. That's what the folder "Other works related to aztec mythology" is for - just remember to keep to the theme, right?
I'll look foreward to see some art and members!
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