Dancing Ghost is born into a royal family of the Red Valley, home planet of the intergalactic exorcists. As an only child of the queen and the sole heiress to the throne, Ghost is raised in a heavily guarded castle, away from all the dangers of the world.
All the power and wealth loom large within her reach. However, she begins to have qualms about her birthright, questioning the justification for her privileges. When she finally finishes her training and becomes a denominated exorcist, she ventures outside to prove herself as the rightful queen.
Throughout the story, Medicine Man refers to professional exorcists who protect the galaxy and its citizens from the demons. However, it also connotes the traditional definition: a spiritual leader of a tribal community.
Throughout Dancing Ghost’s journey, her concept of an ideal leader changes dramatically, forged by a variety of people she meets. By following Dancing Ghost’s understanding of her responsibilities as a leader, the story aspires to point out the crack in the current political system and question what can be done to remedy the polarization of socioeconomic classes in our own society.
Kenny Nam has been a biochemist his whole life. Recently switching his career from a research associate at a molecular biology laboratory, he is seeking to become a visual storyteller. His biggest interest is in immunology and Native American culture. The ultimate goal is to incorporate all the elements from his past experience and childhood fantasies into meaningful stories that will entertain people.