Here’s the most recent page of Anubis: Dog of Death. Check us out on Patreon and Line Webtoon. Follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter to keep up with what we are making.
Anubis used to be a god, so he feels far superior to the other dogs in his neighborhood. 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 with the comic.
Here’s the most recent page of Anubis: Dog of Death. We are going to get back to a more regular posting schedule going forward. Thanks for bearing with us. Check out our Patreon and Line Webtoon page. And follow SindrElf and jbballaran on Twitter to keep up with what we are making.
I recently started sharing Anubis: Dog of Death on Line Webtoon, an internet comic portal. We got a lot of praise, but there was one thing they wanted us to change about the comic. They wanted us to make it vertical. The idea would be that we could space the comic out by separating and... Continue Reading →
Anubis has dressed up as Santa Claus, and is ready to deliver Christmas cheer to all the good little boys and girls out there. Just look at him go! Check out the comic archive here! and Support us on Patreon here!
During the late 90s, when I was between six and nine years old, I was a giant Spider-Man fan! I never read any of the comics, I was more into Donald Duck and Scrooge McDuck comics when I was little, but I have enjoyed his adventures through other media. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZGN9fZvQhc I was first introduced... Continue Reading →
To celebrate December 5th, International Ninja Day, the main character of my comic Anubis: Dog of Death dressed up as Ninja Brian from Ninja Sex Party, one of my favorite comedy bands. He already had the right eyebrows, so the costume didn't need much more.
Here's the most recent page of Anubis: Dog of Death 🙂 Help us make this comic by supporting us on Patreon.
These are some early pieces of concept art for the main character of Anubis: Dog of Death. In Ancient Egypt, people often associated Anubis with jackals, due to their penchant for scavenging the meat of corpses in the graveyards, so John made our Anubis look much more like a jackal than most representations of the... Continue Reading →