The basics of Sfeer Theory are this: all things have a sfeer and in this sfeer all is subject to their will. Whether it be in the mind of a single dreamer or a country as vast as the Warran Empire, if it is within the borders of your sfeer, all things shall come true. So it is that we have come to live in a cyclical world, and a cyclical world becomes a world of revolution. Thus let it be the duty of those with the Will, to make sense of all of this revolution. Within the sfeers of these men and women, all is subject to their will, and a will strong enough may change the fate of nations. They may change time itself. Let them be called cyclists, for all things come round in the end.



"My name is Luca Valentino.
I came to Uitspan two years ago."

It’s the eighteenth century of the Imperial Calendar and the Empire of Warassa is at its peak. Spanning a full continent, and experiencing a new mastery of the magic known as the principles of Sfeer Theory, one might go so far as to call Warassa the center of the world. However, prosperity comes at a cost. Day by day, tensions rise at the borders of the Empire, which may soon be bound for war.

Not that Luca Valentino knows that. A lab technician at the Empire’s premier school, Uitspan Academy, Luca desires only to live quietly to further educate himself in the nature of Sfeer Theory. This may not be so simple, for, as he learns more about the magic around him, he finds himself entangled in a great mystery, one which may involve the whole of the world as he knows it…

Sfeer Theory is a fantasy story concerned with the cyclical nature of the rise and falls of human history. It explores how history is made, who gets to make it, and who gets to frame it. It highlights themes of cultural revolution, societal evolution, and the experience of living through either. This webcomic intends to ask how our perception will our stories into being, and how another’s perception can change us in turn.


Recommended reading age is 15 years or older, with the mindfulness there will be content concerning themes of violence, bigotry, and sexuality.

This story will explore issues including but not limited to: systematic oppression, racism, sexism, sexual identity, trauma, and colonialism. This comic will at times contain depictions of said material in ways meant to challenge or disturb the viewer, and as such run the potential risk to be triggering.

Please read at your own discretion.


Q: When does this comic update?

A: We try for every Friday, but delays happen.

Q: Is this comic queer/LGBTQ?

A: The short answer is yes, as the cast consists of various non-heteronormative personalities, including the protagonists, however the plot is not driven or defined by it. Sfeer Theory is first and foremost a fantasy story and it’s treated and presented as a fantasy story.

Q: Is Luca gay? If he is, how can he be married?

A: The short answer is being queer and being married are not mutually exclusive concepts. For various reasons (pragmatism, politics, social pressure, or all the above) queer people find themselves in heterosexual marriages frequently in society, both historically and presently.

Q: How long is Sfeer Theory planned to be?

A: We’re playing it by ear. While we have the plot outlined from beginning to end, we keep ourselves creatively open to reworking and economizing the story as we go. On top of that, the story is long, and takes a lot of effort produce. Our best guestimate for the current storyline is 10 chapters, but it’s a very loose guess.


Chira (ARTIST)

Name: Jayd Aït-Kaci
DOB: May 7

1. Lives in Vancouver, Canada.
2. Loves big, glorious noses.
3. Fighting evil by moonlight.
4. Likes wearing silver rings.
5. Really misses the late 1990's.



Name: Alex Singer
DOB: May 4

1. Lives in New England, USA.
2. Loves big, stupid dogs.
3. Editing books by daylight.
4. Likes wearing frilly dresses.
5. Really misses the 1880's.




Name: Ariana Maher



Name: Fawn Lau



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