On a summer's day, Ellen returns to the coastal town she grew up in: Victory Point. Revisiting old haunts and people from her past, she feels increasingly disconnected from her previous life, and exhausted by her constant struggle to forge a path ahead.
Exploring the town, Ellen searches for some comfort in her own history that could give her the strength to move forward in her own life.
Victory Point explores the concept of how we live and choose to be remembered, asking whether we should strive for a higher calling, or if a simple, domestic legacy is the most honest and admirable achievement we can hope for. Set in a town that is itself an architectural experiment, this graphic novel is a poignant and heartfelt search for meaning in life.