I first met Jonathan Royce when he hired me as a designer on "Doug" over 10 years ago (gasp!) at Jumbo Pictures, an old new york studio that at the time had just been bought out by Disney(it is now called "cartoon pizza" unfortunate new name, but still a great studio). It's the same studio that I started hanging out with my best bud and studiomate of seven years, Tony Curanaj. Jumbo Pictures put so many talented artists together in a soho loft, there was bound to be lasting friendships. Anyway, I've always respected Jonathan Royce's subtle storytelling, and versatility as a designer. There is so much care involved in every single one of his drawings. Flipping through his sketchbook can be a bit overwhelming, revealing the thought process that has created so many thought provoking adventures that dwell within his comics. "Keef and Bruno" has been a concept he's been doing for decades. His blog is mostly just posted images, and hopefully he will start to write out more of his thoughts, but enjoy!