Shadows: / shad-oh s / [noun, plural] a dark figure or image cast on the ground or some surface by a body intercepting light. shade or comparative darkness, as in an area. shadows, darkness, especially that coming after sunset, that would otherwise be illuminated by the theoretical light source. the representation of the absence of light on a form. a period or instance of gloom, unhappiness, mistrust, doubt, dissension, or the like, as in friendship or one’s life. a dominant or pervasive threat, influence, or atmosphere, especially one causing gloom, fear, or the like. a slight suggestion; trace. a specter or ghost. a hint or faint, indistinct image or idea; intimation. a mere semblance. a reflected image. an inseparable companion. a person who follows another in order to keep watch upon that person, as a spy or detective.
N: / en / [noun] the 14th letter of the English alphabet in order or in a series, or, when I is omitted, the 13th, a consonant. any spoken sound represented by the letter N or n, something having the shape of an N / uh n / [conjunction] pronunciation, spelling. unstressed phonetic variant of and: stop ‘n save. look ‘n listen. variant of an, after a vowel / i-an /. nationalist, born. origin of Latin / Nātus /, name. nominative symbol. physics. neutron. optics. index of refraction nano: / ɛn / symbol, determiner an indefinite number (of). the medieval Roman numeral for 90. mathematics. an indefinite, constant whole number, especially the degree of a quantic or an equation, or the order of a curve. an abbreviated form of normal, chemistry. used in the names of hydrocarbon compounds that have a normal or straight chain of carbon atoms: n-3 fatty acid. normal (strength solution). neutral. en.
Light: / laɪt / [noun] the medium of illumination that makes sight possible. also called visible radiation. electromagnetic radiation that is capable of causing a visual sensation and has wavelengths from about 380 to about 780 nanometres. (not in technical usage) electromagnetic radiation that has a wavelength outside this range, esp ultraviolet radiation: ultraviolet light. a project in the CERN ECP/TP group. God regarded as a source of illuminating grace and strength, the offspring of the divine command, instruction. / laɪts / [plural noun] a person’s ideas, knowledge, or understanding: he did it according to his lights.
Shadows N Light is a series based on an ongoing graphic novel of the same name. All pieces are only available in print form until the graphic novel is complete.