Author Archive: Drew Green

Hey folks!

My name is Drew Green and I'm an Atlanta-based comic artist/illustrator. I'm responsible for the webcomic "The Super-Gay Adventures of Ross Boston," which can be found at and is all-ages (I promise). You may have also seen my work in Udon's "Mega Man Tribute" art book, as well as "The Pepper Project" art book.

I'm super excited to do this 30 Characters challenge! Sounds like a lot of fun.


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#5 Kevin Keeling

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments


Day 5:  Kevin Keeling

Project:  Something for a friend, actually.


An art school student, Kevin Keeling studies in the fashion department.  He struggles with his own homosexuality and his personal need to distance himself from gay stereotypes, often condemning other gays for being “too gay.”  Kevin is a bit of a loner, very focused on his work and seldom makes time to hang out with his friends or meet new people, but his designs suggest that he is a romantic at heart.


This character is not one I plan on using myself.  I invented him for a friend who is starting up a character/relationship-focused project about art school students and asked me to create a character, and I thought it would be a good impetus to help me catch up on the 30 Characters challenge.  As such, I’ve kept the character bio light on the details, to make sure he’s flexible to whatever he needs to use him for.


In any case, enjoy!


#4 The Dungeon Master

| November 7, 2011 | 3 Comments

Day 4 – The Dungeon Master

Project:  Charlie Chainsaw Has a Dream


The Dungeon Master, as he likes to call himself, is a pudgy 20-something with a love for tabletop fantasy gaming.  Upon inheriting an evil magical multi-sided die, The DM gained the ability to control a set of puppets – an elven archer, a surely dwarf, a wise wizard, and an Amazonian warrior princess.  Unfortunately for him, the usefulness of his puppets is a numbers game, depending on the roll of his magic die.  If you wish to defeat this overzealous gamer, you must play the game with him and submit your well-being to the force of his black magic and his imagination.  Otherwise, the puppets – and their master – are unstoppable.


(Quick note:  I realize this one isn’t as polished as previous 30 Characters entries from me, but I was away all weekend and unable to really do much drawing.  I hope you’ll appreciate its quality as a sketch instead of comparing it to previous efforts, and remember that I’m only a human and not an art machine.  Theeeeenks!)




#3 Macy Morningstar

| November 3, 2011 | 4 Comments

Day 3 – Macy Morningstar

Project:  Charlie Chainsaw Has a Dream


Formerly Charlie’s girlfriend, Macy Morningstar pays him a surprise visit when she hears of his triumph over the city’s most famous superhero.  Using her electrically-charged mace and her spiny boa, Macy is a force to be reckoned with.  She is emotionless and uncaring:  never sweet but never mean, always goal-oriented.  It was the mutual understanding of bloodlust that perhaps brought her and Charlie together, but one might guess it’s her stone-cold personality that ripped them apart.




| November 2, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 2:  Strudel the Pug


Member of the Dog Force 5 (tentative), Strudel the Pug can use his power watch to don the yellow power suit.  His symbol is the question mark because, while he’s not particularly adept at anything like his fellow teammates, it is said that Strudel has a super secret ability that only he can perform.


Strudel is bumbling and constantly worried or afraid, and can often be heard making the trademark “snrf snrf snrf” noise that pugs are known to make when breathing.



#1 Dr Belladonna

| November 1, 2011 | 2 Comments

Hey folks!

To kick things off, I give you Dr. Belladonna (or Doc, as Charlie and others call her).  Veterinarian by day, expert user of poisons by night, Doc often injects her victims using large, unpleasant syringes.  She doesn’t interact so well with people and lacks a lot of the social skills that even her villainous teammates possess, but she has an uncanny bond with animals.  This does wonders for her job at the animal hospital but it can make things difficult when her coworkers and her cohorts alike need to communicate certain concepts to her.

Alright, I’ll be back tomorrow with another character!  Hope you like this one.  🙂


2011 Challenger: Drew Green

| October 31, 2011 | 2 Comments

Hey folks!


My name is Drew Green and I’m an Atlanta-based illustrator and comic artist.  You can see most of my work at my tumblr or my Deviantart, but you can also read my (relatively new) webcomic, The Super-Gay Adventures of Ross Boston.


I heard about the 30 Characters challenge last year listening to a podcast, but was reminded about it again from a friend on Tumblr.  I was able to join it at the very last minute and I’m super pumped!  I want to take this opportunity to make some new characters for my current running comic, but I suspect that most of the focus will be put on another idea I’ve been kicking around, an action/horror comic called “Charlie Chainsaw Has a Dream.”  It will be interesting to challenge myself to come up with a brand new character related to this idea each and every day of November, but I suspect it will be loads of fun.


I look forward to contributing and I can’t wait to see what everyone else comes up with, as well!