Where to begin?
I spent most of my earlier life playing LEGO and day dreaming of growing up to be a comic artist, but aside from 2nd graded cartoon drawings and under par sketches was never really good at it. Then the same day dreaming fella choosed Advertising and art as his college course (still having hope of doing comic some how, you see?) and before I know it the day dreaming dude was pushing mouse for a living, silly me.
Now it was years before the dude found the highway of the broadband internet and came across this holy site known, as the classic castle. By then the dude has been working for years, the old dream of comic was but a silent whisper beneath the layers of chores and obligations.
The company at classic castle shares this love of LEGO, they display the masterpieces, show case building techniques and actively debated the current LEGO trend. It was a time of great debates, in the center of the storm was.... Jayko and his gang of do-gooder knights.
The dude saw the situation in a funny light, together with his limited collection, love for both comic and bricks he imagined what would it be like if.... Jayko was to find himself among older castle figures... so a short story was conceived... those of you who have been around for some time may remember my work from the almost Classic-castle exclusive Jellybeans Chronicles;
Long story short, my friend who works as a writer in a publishing had some laugh with my work, one thing lead to another and I started to do a monthly comic for a local gaming magazine. For close to 2 years a monthly good mix of gaming, bricks and humor was delivered to the publishing. Then another chance came by.... after some delay and bumpy start up today I am holding a news paper with my published LEGO comic.
Looking back, classic castle was the origin of this. "Jayko" has been moving forward ever since, how far will Jayko go? Well lets hope he has all the blessings of brick god.
You can watch all his previous and future journeys here