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The Many Worlds of Daniel Kensington

By DanielKensington All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Scifi

Our story unfolds....

(This story is written in comic-book form Therefore, uploading the entire comic for this page is not possible--which was deemed "ok" by the page's moderator. To that end, I will simply give a brief description of the story for the first three issues of the comic. Enjoy!)

In the Autumn of 1880, London-born orphan Daniel Kensington stumbles upon an iron-clad automaton in the basement of Prof. Nigel Bishop. As he accidentally activates the robot, Daniel discovers that the machine can “jump sideways” to parallel version of Earth. These worlds are alternate versions of the Earth we know—sometimes with minor changes, often-times with major ones.

While Daniel is exploring the worlds with his new-found companion, Nigel is coerced by the Ministry of Science into helping them chase down the boy & his creation. Along the way, Daniel befriends Noel Bishop and Devin Kensington (gender-reversed versions of Nigel and himself). Hopping from alternate world to alternate world, Daniel and his metallic cohort find themselves encountering situations both wondrous and frightening--leading up to the final confrontation with the Ministries elite troop of soldiers who have come to retrieve the automaton.



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