Seven heroes awaken in a world of shadows, led only by the visions of a young boy. So begins a journey into darkness and death, a journey of insight into the mystery of life, of friendship, and of what it means to be a hero.
Joshua van Asakinda is the creator of Heroic Theory. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of Pittsburgh, where he studied psychology and philosophy. Throughout his life, he has been concerned with what he sees as an existentialproblem, namely, the search for meaning and purpose in the cultural-spiritual sense, the study of the warrior ethos, and the nature of their relationship. To this end, he has dedicated himself to the dissemination of more noble worldview, in life and in literature. He is a Mahayana Buddhist, and First of the Zenshida'i."