Since the last time I've ever made a journal, I had several ideas for my own manga! One of my stories so far that has entertained me the most was called Rudik #7
. I had several stories to start with, but this one in particular was most intriguing to me. While I think about the true agenda behind the story itself, I'll be drawing some more modernized versions of my Rudik characters (y'know, since I'd created it when I was 12) before I post any on deviantArt. In the meantime, I'll be updating my journal with stories that I have thought of before or thoughts of the present (mostly to myself). This is new of course, but if you would like to know exactly what Rudik #7
is about, then I'll sum it up in the next paragraph.
is about a young American (German, but never told) teenage boy name Finn who was raised in the streets of Bronx, New York during the 1920's (World War 2 era). Before the war ever started, Finn's father a.k.a. Adolf Hitler's right-hand man, Daniel, abandoned Finn at a young age of 2 months (Finn's mother died after giving birth to him) and left him at the porch of an "American family" until they'd opened the door finding not a grown figure, but an infant left in the cold temperature of January. The reason why Daniel abandoned Finn was because of the way Hitler commanded him "Let this be an example of how quickly the Americans are gaining on us, corrupting our people with such propaganda." Not understanding why it had to be his son, he realized that he was the subordinate and Hitler was the superior.
Finn volunteers to enroll in the army because he didn't like how Hitler wanted everyone to be inferior towards them and he really wants to prepare himself for his journey of discovery... The title Rudik #7
came from my own thoughts (and 7 happens to be my lucky number).
So that is what I'm currently working on for the time being... Until then, wait for it!