Specifically, after the dream, I was left with the question, "Did you just create a team ripping off of Rusty and Co.?", to which, the answer is undeniably...yes. Except, even weirder than that comic. In this case, the lead of the team is...a sentient pair of pants. He's capable of speaking English, and is a surprisingly competent fighter.
His main partner is a shirt, who is incapable of speaking English but has a language of its own, and is prone to some epic fail moments, but otherwise is the best fighter on the team.
Completing the trio is a demon, who is sealed inside of a broomstick. When in broomstick form, the demon is capable of movement by himself, and is in fact still capable of magic, but can't speak at all. When in human form, he's a small child, but he's incapable of using his magic when taking that form and he can only use it for a short period of time.
Hey. I told you it was weird. Cut my subconscious some slack; it's a miracle it was as coherent as it was! Basically, in the dream, the broomstick was incapacitated somehow, the shirt was fighting some other sentient clothing, and the pants had to tell the shirt, "I'm up here, ya dummy! You can fight without fear of hitting me", more or less.
It may seem like a strange team, but I actually like them.
Don't get me wrong.
Even though I'm putting a lot of detail into this comic.
It's never getting made.
My passion for it might be greater than Red Hood Rider at the moment, but I 100% am absolutely positive that passion will fade within a few days. This is not the first time I've made a webcomic after Red Hood Rider was conceptualized, after all, and I sincerely doubt it'll be the last.
Aside from that, the level of artistic detail it would demand is higher than I am capable of. For Red Hood Rider, the art's going to be as good as I can get while still conveying my ideas. Which happens to be...pretty dang good, but not nearly professional-level. This story, with the art I see, demands a level of lighting and shadow mastery I cannot convey with my skill.
Plus, I don't really feel like making the art for it anyway. So, for the story to be realized as I envisioned it...I'd need an artist. I can't pay anyone, so more specifically, I'd need an artist willing to work for free, on a webcomic of my creation, creating high-quality images on a somewhat-consistent basis.
I'm sure someone like that exists.
Speaking as an artist myself.
You'd pretty much have to be INSANE to have that going on. Unless you have reason to get invested in the story yourself. (Which, to be fair, would happen. I'd let them have a lot of creative freedom and probably ask for advice plot-wise.)
But even if I was able to get this hypothetical artist...then you run into a far larger problem that I can't fix.
I have some idea of where the story is heading, but it dead-ends. I don't have a long-standing, overarching idea for things. I have a few hints at long-standing consequences to both actions and lineage, but no true idea of what they all mean. I don't even have the details solidly worked out on the morality of the world. I know it's fairly gray, but how much?
I know three demon factions exist, each with their own agendas. I don't know what the angels are like. I certainly don't know what the state of affairs is in the human world. These are all essential to so much as BEGIN the story, and I don't have them.
If I was going to go to a story other than Red Hood Rider, I'd have better luck with The Descended than this one because frankly, I knew what I was going to do there, sort-of at least.
So while it's a good idea to write down and record here in my blog...
...It's never going to actually be made.
Doesn't stop me from working out the Celestial language, though! I want to do that just for the fun of it. Still haven't started, though I imagine it wouldn't take much time once I did to get their full alphabet down.
The only questions I'd have is what order their alphabet would BE in, and what order I'd show to others because I'd want to let them have their fun trying to translate it. (It's pretty simple once you get the basic idea, but as can be deduced by the number of consonants and vowels, this aint some straight cipher, so would require a LITTLE bit of thinking outside the box.)