Titan – Part 06: Serve the Servants – By François Vigneault

When Mngr João da Silva is sent to Homestead Station on the moon of Titan he finds himself caught in the simmering tensions between the genetically-engineered Titan workers and the Terran management.

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3 Comments

  1. Larissa wrote:

    This number was so short, I REALLY need to know what happens next! I don’t know if Fraçois read the comments here, but as brazilian, I’m really intrigued about where the idea of the character João comes from! Great comic!

    • François wrote:

      Hi Larissa! Thanks, I DO always read the comments, I really appreciate them. More is coming with this chapter, there are about 10 pages until the end of the chapter and issue #3. I’m running a little behind on this weeks post.

      I made João a Brazilian character because I definitely wanted to reflect that the world is a different place in 200 years… Since he is a character in a position of privilege and authority, I thought it would be much more interesting for him to be from somewhere that isn’t “typical” like the USA or Europe. I’ve unfortunately never been to Brazil (someday!) but I’ve long been interested in the country and its culture… the mix of European, African, and American. Titan is a story about colonialism in many ways and I like to have a character that reflects the history of that on the Earth, from both sides. Plus it let me fit in things I love like “Terra” by Caetano Veloso! I’m going to continue to add little hints about João’s background and life into the comic. Hopefully I don’t make any egregious errors! Feel free to let me know if I do ;)

      Thanks for the interest and support!

      • Larissa wrote:

        I’ve finally remembered I left this comment here. Great to know more about your idea behind João and his nacionality, it was a nice idea. For a moment I thought you knew some brazilian and was using it as a reference for the character, like when he said ‘caraca’; I was like ‘wow he said caraca!’ LOL Terra is indeed a great Caetano song that I haven’t listened for a long time till I saw this reference here. Btw, no mistakes till this moment, you are doing great. :)