Jay Howell was born to be a cartoonist, pure and simple. Instead of paying attention in class, he passed the hours drawing, looking out the window, and letting his imagination drift. Comics such as Mad Magazine became his curriculum and crusty, 35-year-old virgin comic shop clerks, his tutors. In the 90s, Jay was compelled to skateboard and put his classroom diversions into ‘zines. His practice with the analog would prove to be useful down the line. Over time he gained a reputation as a talented drawer, skater and musician. Those natural skills helped him move in various circles and meet a variety of talented individuals. While both charming and approachable, Jay possesses an energy that might be classified as ADHD by an institution or educational system.
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