The Man without a name. Truly, John’s legal first name is just the letter J, no bullshit. Don’t believe it? Find him at a convention and he will prove it to you, with some sarcastic comments. Creator of several web-comics (y2cl, Inanimate, Sergeant Blinky and his Brigade of Fantastic, Furry Animal Magic, Stolen Ideas, PD Comics, Skit and Skat, Fuzzy Memory, Jonly Nonly, AVGS, and possible a few more) and co-host of the Haphazard Adventures and Spoiler Country podcast. John spent some time prior to getting into comics recording music in a few different indie bands that never went very far out of the Seattle area. Most importantly, father of 5 amazing kids and husband to a beautiful wife.
Name of your story:
I’m the creator of the Eynes Anthology. I wrote some stories, I inked some, I drew some, I colored some. My favorite is “Camelot’s Gift”
Nothing is as it seems for a detective who has been tracking the demon Camelot for quite some time.
1) Why did you join this project?
Join? I created this project as a way to expand on an idea I had and create the lore and backstory to an entire world of characters with the help of other talented people.
2) Who would win in a fight, Batman or literally anyone with super-powers?
Certainly not Bill Finger.
3) Can you name all seven dwarves?
Dopey, Sleepy, Bashful, Doc, Sneezy, Happy, Grumpy.
4) If a train leaves the station going 50 MPH, another leaves another station at 65 MPH, and we ask 25 high school students to answer word problems, how many would get pregnant on prom night?
All of them, trains are very sexy.
5) Describe the scariest supernatural scenario ever.
See the picture above.
Stories worked on in The Eynes Anthology:
- Some Days – Writer
- Camelot’s Gift – Writer
- The Black Hand – Inker
- Nancy Eynes: Krampus Killer – Colorist
- The Story of Ben Eynes – Colorist
- Missionary Soup – Pencils/Inks/Colors
- The Story between the stories – Writer/Artist