Eric A. Johnson currently resides around Chicago with his roommate Steve. He's been drawing weird shit his entire life and hopes to eventually make a proper living doing it.
Steve is good with computers, unlike Eric, so he takes care of the website for him. He makes computers his bitch for a living, and in his free time, punches Eric in the face until he draws.
Professor Steve Wallock
Born and raised by castaways, young Steve grew up without much in the way of technology. Rescued by a ship of inept robot pirates at the age of 12, he was promoted to first mate when his not rusting in a storm saved the entire crew. He struck out on his own at 18, to the dismay of the crew. A mild disaster with a malfunctioning roof-thatching-machine in a coastal village sent him fleeing cross-country, several hundred villagers behind him. Eventually he found himself in the castle of a mad doctor and his werewolf assistant. The three formed an agreeable partnership and were relatively well tolerated by the locals. For a while...
Doctor Eric Von Frankenstein
The grandson of the infamous Baron Frankenstein, he has inherited the family tendency towards biological experimentation. His specialty focuses on creating new species, most of a gigantic and violent nature. His parents gave him the use of one of their outlying estates at the request of the local villagers, who were running out of livestock. He has recently acquired a arachnid-style robot body to replace the body parts he lost to an angry mob.
Bitten by a large wolf while on vacation, AL has taken exceptionally well to life as a werewolf. So much so in fact that he rarely shifts back to human form. He's been assistant to the Frankenstein family for years, and became Eric's personal assistant some years ago after it was determined that traditional hunchbacks were incapable of dealing with or even surviving most of the young doctors creations. Somewhat lazy in nature, he's still good to have around when things go wrong.
A product of the great Zombie riots of Wall Street, Ben has never quite resigned himself to his fate. Despite his undead status, and his generally horrific appearance, Ben tries his best to maintain a sense of culture and dignity in himself and his surroundings. However in death as well as life he still has problems remembering to wipe his mouth after he eats.
Back in the 50's Johnny was a typical teenager driving back to college for a new semester. His life took a turn for the macabre though when he stopped to pick up a strange hitchhiker. His growing suspicion that the transient might be a zombie was confirmed at about 65 on a winding mountain road.
One of the Barons experiments, Zip doesn't seem to mind his lack of vocalization. He hangs around Ben and Johnny most of the time, as they talk so much he'd never get a word in edgewise anyway.