Ship Of Theseus: A Novel


“A whole serving of psychedelic philosophy and fever dream mythology. A hero’s quest on acid.” — Jason Wells *** “A genre-bending, fun ride through a vibrant world.” — Trevor Stout *** “This is a bonkers story but it's wildly entertaining, and has ultra memorable characters with tons of depth to them.” — SG *** “Ship of Theseus is an amazing debut novel, full of diverse characters, innovative blending of genres, and so much epic action.” — Erika Steeves *** “Had me cracking up.” — Jesse Wallace *** “More than an excellent read, “Theseus” is an immersive adventure in humaning.” — Rick V *** “For those of us that love science fiction, time-travel and all things super hero's, this is a must read!” — Elsie ••• “Wild stuff. Get it if you like Elmore Leonard and Alan Moore or maybe Amazon’s Boys.” — Adam Herald *** “This is a wildly imaginative story told by a writer who clearly had a blast weaving its intricacies together.” — Endorphin84 *** “such good book very superhero very masterpiece” — Evie 💀💀💀


Ship Of Theseus: A Novel written and illustrated by Jeremiah Strickland is the tale of a grieving writer who has a terrifying existential crisis in the haunted apartment of an art-dealer before traveling 150 years into the future of another universe to meet Skyrat, the superhero he created when he was 7. It’s a darkly funny, disturbing, action packed, mind-fuck of a ride that’s being called “Wildly entertaining,” and “Unlike anything I’ve ever read.” See what all the hype’s about exclusively @ 

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Ship Of Theseus is available now!




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Experience Ship Of Theseus: The Soundtrack by clicking the album cover below.


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SHIP OF THESEUS: VIDEOBOOK

Part I: When We Are Inhuman - Chapter 1
Isolated and on a vicious inward spiral after his girlfriend’s heroin overdose, Wayne Bird mourns and gets drunk with his well-wishing visitors while house-sitting for Dorothy.

Written, edited, and read by Jeremiah Strickland. 
Music by for algernon.

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Part I: When We Are Inhuman - Chapter 2
Desperate to make a connection, Wayne awkwardly hits on the “vampire” from the downstairs apartment. Later, an old friend makes a return visit, and the ghosts in Dorothy’s apartment have something to say about it.

Written, edited, and read by Jeremiah Strickland. Music by for algernon.

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Part I: When We Are Inhuman - Chapter 3

Struggling to grieve the death of his girlfriend, connect with Jasmine, or defeat the video game he’s obsessed with, Wayne’s grip on reality crumbles as the ghosts in Dorothy’s apartment close in on him.

Written, edited, and read by Jeremiah Strickland. Music by for algernon.

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Part II: Gangs Of Green City - Episode 1: The Lost Encampment


...Meanwhile, 150 years later…

Scott and his mother Callie make an important delivery to a desperate refugee camp in the Evil East, where they face off against a hive-minded Tony Triad. We learn about harsh realities of life in Green City and are introduced to the futuristic walled island city in all her circular glory.

Performed by Nate Starr. Audio produced by GWF Entertainment. Written by Jeremiah Strickland. Music and video by Shiny Red Nothing.

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Part II: Gangs Of Green City - Episode 2: Go Beserk

Skyrat fumbles a rescue. Espie grows up before our mind’s eye. Berserker makes an entrance. Mr Bird reveals a secret.
Written by Jeremiah Strickland. Performed by Nate Starr. Audio produced by GWF Entertainment. Song: “Espie, Believe In Me” by for Algernon. Music and video by Shiny Red Nothing.

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Part II: Gangs Of Green City - Episode 3: We Gotta Go Now

 Skyrat accepts a mission from Mr Bird, putting him in the middle of Bog and Laser’s intelligence operation and in the crosshairs of the Louies. 

Performed by Nate Starr. Audio produced by GWF Entertainment. Written by Jeremiah Strickland. Music and video by Shiny Red Nothing.

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