Legend of Bill

David Reddick

About

Bill was tired of his 9 to 5 office job as a file clerk intern at the local castle, so he quit! Then Bill (and Frank, his faithful lil’ blue dragon friend and fellow intern) made a stop at Ye’ Ole Sporting Goods Shoppe, got himself the latest in barbarian chic, and the two of them set out on a great quest to find adventure! But no one said it was going to be easy... for them or anyone who crosses their path!

Characters

Bill

Aimless, jobless, completely unskilled and mostly a complete doofus, Bill knows nothing about being a barbarian, let alone the ways of the rough world outside. But he has a lot of heart, and the unwavering support of the best little buddy a budding barbarian could ask for in his best friend Frank. Oh, and he has the complete hots for Princess Gina.

Frank

Frank is Bill’s best friend. He’s known our intrepid barbarian ever since he was a wee little dragon, whenhe wandered off from his clan and Bill found him. Ever since that day, Frank has been a true blue friend.

Princess Gina

Frank is Bill’s best friend. He’s known our intrepid barbarian ever since he was a wee little dragon, whenhe wandered off from his clan and Bill found him. Ever since that day, Frank has been a true blue friend.

The Dark Queen Vasheeva

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Warrix

Just... really... seriously stay away from him if you’re a barbarian who doesn’t know what you’re doing (or anyone else for that matter).

Author

David Reddick

"David Reddick is a full-time syndicated cartoonist for King Features Syndicate, for whom he creates hisown comic strips “Legend of Bill” as well as Intelligent Life.”David also works as an artist on the Blondie team, along with head artist John Marshall and Blondie writer Dean Young. Blondie has been distributed by King Features Syndicate since 1930 and is one of the longest-running, most successful comic strips in comics history.
David worked for 13 years at Paws, Inc., the Garfield cartoon studio, where he wrote and drew for the Garfield comic strip as well as publishing, licensing and animation. David’s acumen for social media boosted the Garfield Facebook page to 16 million+ fans.
David is also the creator/writer/artist of the highly-popular Star Trek webcomic The Trek Life for Paramount Pictures and CBS Studios, which ran for 3 years at the official Star Trek website STARTREK.COM. He has also been the cartoonist behind Gene's Journal and Rod & Barry, two popular webcomics that ran for 5 years at the official Roddenberry Entertainment website (the company started and owned by Gene Roddenberry, creator of Star Trek and thereafter by his son, Rod Roddenberry) at Roddenberry.com.
David worked as an award-winning staff cartoonist at an Indiana daily newspaper for 6 years where his award-winning editorial cartoons and single-panel cartoons were distributed to newspapers nationwide.
David has created comic book work for IDW Publishing, Tokyopop and BOOM Studios, and has created work for various companies such as Paramount Pictures, CBS Studios, CBS Mobile, the NCAA, France’s Canson, Inc., and ROK Media in the UK.His abstract and pop art paintings have been exhibited in galleries and museums in Indianapolis, Florida, Michigan, England and France, and he has painted wall murals in Japan. One of David's original paintings and 3 original cartoons are included in the permanent collection of the Muskegon Museum of Art."

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