The comic was eventually cancelled with the collapse of CrossGen as a company, and the rights were bought by Disney. So far, there have been no plans to bring the series back.
This series provides examples of:
- Fertile Feet: Sephie falls from a flying ship at high altitude and lands in a toxic wasteland, making a human-shaped crater around which plants start to grow.
- Floating Continent: The wealthy in the world of Meridian live on floating continents to stay away from the polluted (Blighted) ground.
- Good Colors, Evil Colors: The dark, brooding uncle's powers of destruction are red. The cheery and friendly girl's powers are yellow/gold.
- Grey Goo: The ground pollution that causes ground structures to erode and fall apart quite quickly. All surface cities are continually being rebuilt.
- A Million Is a Statistic: Sephie's uncle sends an entire floating island to the ground, killing nearly everyone on board. Somehow it has less emotional impact then the death of the girl's parents.
- Missed the Call: Sephie wasn't intended to be one of The Chosen Many. It was her father... but the power killed him, and it jumped to the next successor: His daughter.
- Sky Pirates: Where there's flying airships, there's sky pirates.
- Steampunk: But only if you're wealthy enough to live on a floating island. Also some coalpunk for the super industrial island.