If you’re reading this, then thank you dear reader for making it all the way to the end!
This project stemmed from a desire to express the self-loathing and anxiety I experienced during the worst bouts I had with Impostor Syndrome. Impostor Syndrome (IS) is something I didn’t know I experienced until I learned its name months later from a video. It turns out that it’s more common than thought. About 70 percent of will experience it in their lifetime. I hope that this project will bring more awareness to the topic and allow you to recognize it if it happens to you or a friend.
I want to thank my family for their endless love and support. They pulled me out of the dark valley and act as my light. I want to thank the VA&T professors for always believing in my talent when I had long lost hope. It has been a long and rocky journey, but I made it and this wouldn’t exist without your support. I want to thank my classmates for inspiring me and challenging me to go beyond. I want to thank my friends for encouraging me to simply create and being my personal cheerleaders. Finally, I want to thank God. His grace and wisdom allowed me to come to the realizations I had in this comic.