About Kawaii Assassins
This all started with some illustrations I did for an art show in 2018. The theme was "Black and White only" so I put down my paints and thought Id get back to my comic book roots and do some simple pen and ink illustrations. I received a lot of good feedback on the images so I did a couple more and the more I did the more I realized why I enjoyed theme so much. Because of the titties.

After knocking out 10 or so of them I kept getting asked what I was planning to do with them and why I was doing so many. As a joke I said Im going to make a coloring book. Then I decided that is exactly what I was going to do. Then it spiraled into an activity book and here we are 48 pages later. Complete with mazes, mad libs, and puzzles galore and pages and pages of post-apocalyptic pretties.
I'm also working on some sort of a book or TPB I'm not really sure where that is going yet. but you can read an excerpt from in in the coloring book.

About JR Linton
At a very young age, JR's parents recognized his gift as an artist. Once the paint was shaved off of the family dog, they encouraged him to move to other media. As his talent and desire to create grew, his dad would steal reams and reams of 11 x 17 paper from his office to feed his son's growing habit. His mom would keep him on a steady diet of Kool-Aid and American-cheese-and-mustard sandwiches. This kept his mind sharp and his pencils sharper. JR studied his craft diligently at school, always striving to be that kid in class whom everyone would turn to when they needed a great mustache drawn on the face of a portrait in a history book, or a completely lifelike penis and balls on a desk (in permanent marker, of course).

He received his first break in the world of professional arts at the age of 16, working for a comic book creator and publisher. Many a late night, he stayed up doing paste-up, inking and coloring on books that nobody read. When that company tanked, Linton found his way to the world of digital art and web design. Here, his highly analytical mind (and more Kool-Aid) helped him achieve an excellent understanding of interactive arts and computer programming. Having actually visited every page on the internet, he then began his journey into tattooing. Here, he could delve into his favorite two pastimes: art, and hurting people all while getting paid for it. As a tattoo artist, Linton was able to return to his traditional art roots, yet still maintain a connection to the technology he has learned over the past ten years.