To Rock Is To Have Style
When we first set out to make this game, we decided it had to be about two things. First, and most importantly it had to be about sex...no, that's not it at all...it had to be about Rock-N-Roll and creating your own garage band, even if you have never played an instrument in your life. Second, this game had to include a touch of fantasy, an unhealthy dose of death, drugs and alcohol, and a smidgen of sex. Please note your idea of how much a smidgen is might be a bit different than ours.
Yep, with those things in mind we knew this game had to have an art style with attitude, one that would ooze charm and wit while at the same time scream "Freaking Play Me"! This led us to our incredibly talented, wannabe rocker and hilarious friend, America's Most Awarded Syndicated Cartoonist Extraordinaire...
Glenn McCoy - Winner of the Inkpot Award for Achievement in Comic Arts by the San Diego Comic-Con International 2017No other cartoonist has been honored by the National Cartoonist Society more than Glenn McCoy. His fourteen awards include Magazine Cartoonist of the Year, Editorial Cartoonist of the Year, Comic Strip Artist of the Year, Newspaper Panel Cartoonist of the Year and Greeting Card Artist of the Year awards.
His nationally syndicated editorial cartoons have been reprinted in the New York Times, USA Today and Newsweek, and appear frequently on CNN. His comic strip “The Duplex” has been syndicated since 1993 and runs in newspapers from Seattle to Sweden. Glenn also works with his brother Gary on “The Flying McCoys" -- a single panel comic (featured in Chicago Sun Times, New York Daily News, Washington Post and 150 other clients). Several collections of his editorial, Duplex, and Flying McCoy cartoons have been published by Andrews McMeel Publishingmagazines, greeting card companies and publishing houses in the country. Glenn’s children’s books include “I see Santa Everywhere” and “Penny Lee and Her TV” (Hyperion) and have been printed in five languages. He has designed, drawn and written for many studios including Twentieth Century Fox, Universal Pictures, Walt Disney Feature Animation, and Fox Television. His first foray into the world of tabletop gaming is "When We Played - Garage Band Cards and is sure to be a smashing, hilarious success for fans of all ages...well, maybe not all ages (Mature 17yrs. & up).