Behind-the-Sheets Issue 1 Page 15

Child often wears the color blue in his attire. Blue is my favorite color and in Soul of Suw blue is the color of freedom. The sky is blue because when you are able to touch the sky it means you are free. But it seems the final panel of this page hints towards something coming to threaten that freedom.…

Behind-The-Sheets Issue 1 Page 14

Flight in Soul of Suw represents freedom. Like a bird freed from the chains of gravity, when a soul flies they are expressing a form of freedom accompanied by feelings of relief and laughter. Children at play is an expression of this freedom and laughter so Child chasing Snoogums through the clouds is an expression of the joy of youth…

Behind-the-Sheets Issue 1 Page 13

Snoogums is actually the toddler name Mom called me when I was a child. In the book, Snoogums is the supremium childhood friend of Child and represents pure joy. I felt the name was fitting since it was applied to me during my knee high days. Those were good times. Soul of Suw is a story I was first inspired…

Behind-the-Sheets Issue 1 Page 12

Midnye is a derivative of the word midnight. In fact, Midnight was the original name for the supremium of death. Midnight became a symbol of death because it represents the end of a day and it is generally pitch-dark during this time and darkness represents the unknown…death is the unknown. But midnight also represents the beginning of a new day…