Mnemoria is a story about death, coping with loss, and outcomes worse than death.

Otherworldly beings known as daemons maintain the secrecy of their existence through special undercover agencies meant to protect the human world from knowing what may prey on them and one such creature is the Cytotapilkutos, parasitic beings that feed off a human's life force and turn them into monsters.

An undercover agency known as NOVIS was founded to research the Cytotapilkutos under the guise of a glass installation company in Seattle. They discover a case within a deceased agent's documents hidden in a mnemoria, a magical memory-storing device, that was covered up for reasons unknown. The further they unravel its contents, the further its complexity grows, and coincidentally strange events superceding its priority start to occur in Washington.


You can also read my comic online at Smackjeeves, tumblr, and Webtoons! I won't lie, making mobile-ready websites is not my thing so your best bet for a better mobile experience is to go to these mirrors. However, this is THE place where I upload it on time, and where I have content warnings and transcripts added to every page.


Originally, Mnemoria was called “記憶 (Kioku - Memories)” but since it’s no longer anywhere near its original concept the name had to change as well. To be honest, I don’t specifically remember when I created the story, but some of the characters have been around since 2008, some that were not even part of it until later on. I'm not good at setting up milestones or even remembering the exact date when I started working on Mnemoria, so let’s just say that the anniversary date is October 6. :P

About the Author

Tools: CLIP Studio Paint EX, Cintiq 13HD, 0.5mm mechanical pencil, storyboard paper

Hi! I'm T.B. Harper, you can call me Blythe. I'm a digital artist from Washington who does freelance work for a living. My universal handle is Nocturne Nebula. I graduated from TESC in 2017 with a BA (the school has no majors!). I love storytelling through comics and consider it a unique narrative compared to art, film and literature- it requires the critical attention to literary detail all while stimulating the senses with its visual elements... or something like that, I'm not good at sounding all sophisticated and stuff.

Recommended Webcomics

These are all the webcomics I read that inspire me to keep making webcomics.

Reader's Questions

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