Who is this guy?

Kevin of the Apocalypse

A man out standing in his field.

Hello. My name is Kevin Hayman. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

Well, not really.

I’m in my thirties andI’m a comic artist/graphic designer. I’ve been doing this art thing seriously for about 13 years or so and I’ve been having a ball doing it.  I do a comic called The Errant Apprentice and it’s a modern fantasy. I also do a series called Mailbox Rocketship and it’s a superhero/sci-fi/paranormal/humor. . . thing.

I’ve got a lot of interests. I play video games like Zelda, Skyrim, and the newer Transformers games. Also Halflife, Portal, and Fallout: New Vegas. I read. I like the Wheel of Time series, Discworld, and Douglas Adams.

In short order, I’m a geek. I don’t say that in the “this is my social demographic” sense. I mean that in the “these are my interests” way. I don’t like Geek being a race. I like it being a part of the whole.

I’m a bit opinionated, but tend to keep my mouth shut on a lot of subjects. I don’t like arguing. I like discussing, but that seems to have died on the internet. :/

If you want to keep track of my comics on one site you can do so on my Tumblr.
You can also like Everywhen Comics on it’s Facebook Page.

Well, that’s it for now. If I suddenly turn into an octopus, I’ll be sure to note that.

8-7-13 UPDATE: Still not an octopus.
5-5-14 UPDATE: Woke up this morning and thought I had become an octopus. Was mistaken. Currently a squid.
8-22-14 UPDATE: Status as squid has been in question. Recent studies into morphology and biology has shed light into my current situation. Still not an octopus. I am currently a 20 foot tall fire breathing squirrel.
12-17-14 UPDATE: Woke up to find the squirrel fur had fallen off. Various gas bags have been replaced with ink pouches. Eight arms, beak, ability to change color and texture tested and affirmed. I have, in fact, become and octopus.
8-27-16 UPDATE: Not an octopus. Mistook fingers for tentacles. Beak was actually two Fritos. Ability to change color was sunburn. Texture was. . . embarrassing.  

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