So what’s the difference between a Bible and a Compendium?
A series-bible in its natural state is unreadable to everyone except the writer. It’s got bad grammar, struck-through notes, and crude (often unlicensed) images. It’s an endless cycle of telling over showing that gains and loses weight, as the writer composes the series.
My bible is over nine years in the making. It contains the lives of my main characters and bios for supporting characters, and minor recurring players. It’s got unrealized concept art, detailed descriptions of things, groups, and places, along with a concise timeline of events that may or may not end up in the series. It’s a monster because I’ve written over ten novels worth of episodic drama and the details tend to add up. ミ●﹏☉ミ
Please engage Femitokon.com before the series debut.
The Femitokon Compendium is in wiki-style format on an easy to read blogging platform. Links are located in the sidebar(s) and throughout, and if there’s dead links, let me know in the comments of posted updates. If there’s grammar or spelling issues, also let me know, just be nice about it because I’m a snowflake. (Ծ‸ Ծ)
The Compendium establishes my world, and the players in it. I’m a writer with a background in comics, so I’m visually motivated by imagery, and while my bible contains original artwork, the compendium displays only the art of select characters and some geographical maps. It will feature concept art as funds from Patreon permit. Femitokon.com updates with each new episode, and spoilers do appear as the story progresses–but don’t worry, I will always warn readers here, in updated posts. ヾ(-_- )ゞ