Time Samplers - Issue 1: Escape from Jekyll Island
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Tuning-Fork Artifact

Here we start developing the concept of “Time Sampling,” which uses frequencies and vibrations of objects to trace their paths through history. The first of these artifacts is a tuning fork owned by Alexander Graham Bell.

W.I.L.D. Machine

While it may sound like a tacky acronym, W.I.L.D. (Wake Initiated Lucid Dreaming) is a “real” thing.

(WILD) is used to refer to any lucid dream where the dreamer brings their woken awareness into a dream while falling asleep.

Time Travel Paradox

Also known as the Temporal Paradox, this is basically the result of super smart nerds disproving just about every concept of Time Travel that’s been presented in science fiction. This is where Time Samplers goes the extra mile.

Time Sampling

Instead of actually changing or travelling through an actual timeline (or creating a new one), the W.I.L.D. machine allows the manipulation of a person’s dream state to be influenced by an echo of history.

About Issue 1: Escape from Jekyll Island

About Issue 1: Escape from Jekyll Island

In the debut issue, Lex and Cal take a trip to Jekyll Island circa 1913 – the birthplace of the Federal Reserve. Here they must fight off hordes of sheeple as they uncover the plans of Alexander Graham Bell, JP Morgan, William Rockefeller, and other elites.

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Credits

Thomas Gorence

Thomas Gorence (writing)

Erik Koconis

Erik Koconis (writing)

David Pinckney

David Pinckney (writing)

Nicolás Colacitti

Nicolás Colacitti (artwork)

About Time Samplers

About Time Samplers

A pair of musicians travel through time and investigate conspiracies while fighting back against the illuminati’s hoards of sheeple (sheep/people hybrids).

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