Here's a drawing of Anubis The Dog spray-painted and dressed up to look like Ghost The Direwolf. Game Of Thrones has been my absolute favorite show for the last few years.So I and John Barry Ballaran, the makers of the Anubis: Dog of Death indie comic, wanted to mark the ending of this wonderful show.... Continue Reading →
Anubis is all dressed up for the 17th of May, which is the Norwegian Constitution Day. Every year on this date we celebrate the national holiday of Norway. We dress up in our nation's folk costumes, wave the Norwegian flag, sing our national anthem, and participate in parades. I'm Norwegian, and also the writer of... Continue Reading →
I and Anubis, the dog of death, would like to wish you all a happy new year! We hope that 2019 will bring you nothing but joy and wonder!
Anubis has dressed up as Rudolph (as he was otherwise engaged) and is getting ready to bring you all your presents this Christmas! Check out the comic archive here! and Support us on Patreon here!
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 →
This is the story about how the main character in Anubis: Dog of Death started out as a minor villain in my unmade 'Doctor Who' comic books. - In the summer of 2016, I contacted the artist John Barry Ballaran, to order a painting for my girlfriend for Christmas. It would portray David Bowie... Continue Reading →
This is the first of many bonus images we have planned of Anubis dressed up for a holiday. We already have some plans for Christmas 😉 In this first one, Anubis' new owner has dressed him up for Halloween! She'd better watch out… . Check out the comic archive here! and Support us... Continue Reading →
Anubis - Dog of Death is a comic about Anubis, the Egyptian god of death. Once a powerful creature, he now spends his days as a purse dog. The comic is written by Sindre L. Finnøy (me) and drawn by John Barry Ballaran. It features action, comedy, drama and amazing art! ... Continue Reading →