John Horsley

Location:
Seattle, WA

Website:
y2cl.net

Social:
@y2cl
@y2cl
Art of John Horsley

Eynes Work:
Some Days – Writer
Camelot’s Gift – Writer
The Black Hand – Inker
Nancy Eynes: Krampus Killer – Colors
The Story of Ben Eynes – Colors
Missionary Soup – art
The Story between the stories – Writer/Artist

Other work:
Jonly Nonly

Bio:

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”

Quick Synopsis:
Nothing is as it seems for a detective who has been tracking the demon Camelot for quite some time.

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.

Who would win in a fight, Batman or literally anyone with super-powers?
Certainly not Bill Finger.

Can you name all seven dwarves?
Dopey, Sleepy, Bashful, Doc, Sneezy, Happy, Grumpy.

Describe the scariest supernatural scenario ever.
See the picture above.