Greg Anderson-Elysee created and wrote the successful Kickstarter comic Is'nana: The Were-Spider, "the first comic book of an on-going series of one-shots of the son of Anansi the Spider-God of stories from West African lore." Anderson-Elysee describes the plot of the story's first volume as a story where Is'nana the son of Anansi "accidentally breaks a barrier between our world and theirs (called the Mother Kingdom)." Here, Is'nana accepts the responsibility for releasing creatures of horror into our world, villains who want nothing more but to cause chaos and mayhem to achieve their own diabolical or selfish goals. With guidance from his father, Is'nana not only strives to live up to his father's name but to also reach his own potential while he seeks to discover his individuality and place in the world." Volume 2 of Is'nana the Were-Spider and Is'nana the Were-Spider: The Ballads of Rawhead & John Henry were also successfully Kickstarted. His new series The Gentlemen is being published by Evoluzione and his Masarra book is hitting Kickstarter soon. You can also find his work in Puerto Rico Strong, Lion Forge's book supporting Puerto Rico disaster relief and recovery.