At the Mythoverse we understand that a culture’s stories, myths, legends and canon that form a civilization’s master narrative are things that are to be respected, protected, and valued. A culture that values its legends is a strong and healthy culture. A culture that does not, is not; stories and legends are the primary means through which both everyday and aspirational values are preserved through time and passed on.
In short, for this reason we believe that stories matter. That canon matters. That narrative integrity matters. That universally relatable themes matter. The stories we produce at the Mythoverse will have all of these things.
- Consistent canon. Established canon can not and will not be ignored, deconstructed, or modified for narrative convenience or messaging.
- Consistent characterization. A character’s values, personality, and motivations will not be changed or deconstructed for the purposes of narrative convenience or messaging.
- Consistent theming. The themes of a given story or property will not be changed or deconstructed for the purposes of narrative convenience or messaging. In addition, we aim to embody the good, the beautiful, and the true through the stories we tell. To this end, the stories we produce will focus, in terms of theming, on universally relatable and applicable human values over current year/modern political messaging. We understand that telling a story with a generally applicable moral is a far more effective means of instilling values than a political lecture, and allows the story to endure over time, even as political sensibilities inevitably shift.