Grayson Buchanan had appeared one warm July day in Beguile following the opening of the new establishment in town called Kapow Comics. As the first such store in Beguile it attracted a lot of attention from the locals and those passing through town.
Grayson did not speak much about his past despite the curious questions asked by customers. He explained to those who enquired that it has always been his dream to open a comic book store.
Kapow Comics is a popular hangout for the young and the young at heart. A strange talking point is the mural at the very back of the shop. It is full of colourful comic book action and attributed to an itinerant artist who spent some time in Beguile just before the opening of the store.
More observant customers in Kapow Comics may notice a space on the blue skies of the mural where a steampunk craft flies absurdly through the surreal skies on its own. To the keen observer it may seem as though the rider has suddenly and mysteriously disembarked from the vehicle.
There are whispers that Grayson looks just like the imagined driver of the fabulous craft and that perhaps he some how fell from the mural. Though the more even minded visitors shrug off this possibility, there are some that stand staring at the cerulean painted sky, convinced