‘Anubis: Dog of Death’ is a comic about the Egyptian god of Death.
While he was once a powerful being, he now spends his days as a purse dog.
Part One – Anubis Gets Adopted
Behind The Scenes
About The Comic
‘Anubis: Dog of Death’ is an action comedy about the Egyptian god of death.
While once a powerful being, this comic sees him reduced to a tiny purse-dog, due to how few people believe in him.
All gods need believers to stay powerful, and Anubis is only one of many who have fallen.
The comic sees Anubis meet many other gods from different religions, in similarly degenerated forms.
About The Author
My name is Sindre L. Finnøy, and I am a Norwegian chef who writes in my spare time.
I did not start putting pen to paper before just a few years ago, despite having invented stories since early childhood, and I have no professional writing experience.
I write regularly here on my blog (under the name SindrElf), and my favorite comic is ‘The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck’ by Don Rosa.
About The Artist
John Barry Ballaran is a 2D digital artist based in the Philippines, specializing in drawing and painting character art.
He has worked as an in-house artist for several studios in the past, with jobs ranging from creating background art for games; animating sprites; designing logos; arranging wedding album layouts; drawing traditional portraiture, creating print ads and storyboards for advertisements – basically any job that comes up to help pay the bills.
Nowadays, he is trying to make a name for himself as a full-time freelancer and is currently fully invested in exploring the storytelling power of comics.