Very little is known about the man behind the various nom-de-plumes of Luke W. Molver, Billy Pineapples and The Greatest Man That Ever Lived. Shrouded in foul-odoured mystery and misery, only a few things are certain… he flew the Gulfire over Leningrad, had his nervous system burned out micron by micron in a Memphis hotel, and once, he tracked a silicon-based lifeform through the neutronium mantle of a collapsed star.
Having inexplicably exceeded his 4-year lifespan, this defective Nexus-6 now works as a game illustrator and independent comic book creator. He has been published in visual media numerous times and is author and artist of the award-winning graphic novels Shaka Rising its sequel, King Shaka.
He continues to self-publish his own personal comic books, including his sci-fi series Nero and his southern gothic horror tale Sunday’s Slave.
He doesn’t usually talk about himself in the third-person.