Work In Progress GIF for Page Fourteen of Anubis Gets Adopted

This is a work-in-progress GIF. It features the different stages John Barry Ballaran took in creating the artwork for the fourteenth page of Anubis: Dog of Death Part One, Anubis Gets Adopted. Anubis reflects on meeting some new friends. Check out our comic’s Patreon and Line Webtoon page. And follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter for alerts to the next GIF, article, or piece... Continue Reading →

Open For Guest Posts

Would you be interested in writing guest posts for my blog? I am looking for posts about something that you like from popular culture. A movie, or book, song, painting, TV-show, video game, etc. And if one of these topics is what you usually write about, try to write about a different topic. I want... Continue Reading →

Thor’s Day

The English word Thursday is named after the Norse god of thunder, Thor. Thursday means Thor’s day in Old English. So every Thursday is Thor's day. And you'd best treat it that way too! Check out Anubis: Dog of Death for more 🙂 You can also check out our Patreon and Line Webtoon page, and follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter to keep up... Continue Reading →

Tor Concept Art

These are some early pieces of concept art for Tor, the Norse god of thunder, as he appears in Anubis: Dog of Death. Most of you know him as Thor, and some of you probably assumed him to be an original Marvel comic book character. In Norway we know him as Tor With The Hammer. An... Continue Reading →

#ThankYouPatrons Day 2019

#ThankYouPatrons Day is the day to be thankful for what strangers have given us through the crowdfunding website patreon.com So I'd just like to say thank you to everyone who supports Anubis: Dog of Death on patreon.com/dogofdeath. You're the best! These are the coolest 14 people on the planet! Speaking of patrons! Daniel Colin-Hernandez is... Continue Reading →

Jesus Concept Art

Artwork by John Barry Ballaran These are some early pieces of concept art for Jesus as he appears in Anubis: Dog of Death. 'Anubis: Dog of Death' features many gods and religious figures from various faiths. Most of these have been stripped of their power, and reduced to a diminished form of their own symbolism. Like... Continue Reading →

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