1) What are your own origins, Bryan? I am a native born Hawaiian who grew up reading comic books. I literally learned to read from them. My parents encouraged me to pursue my art career which led to where I am now as a creator.
2) What inspired you to create your graphic novel, ‘The Unseen’? Unbelievably, I went through great hardships in my life and wanted to give up by committing suicide. I was pronounced legally dead after overdosing on sleeping pills, and after 27 minutes came back and spent the next few days in a comma. The Unseen is a result of what I saw during that time and the dreams that followed. In order to avoid going completely mad, my therapist suggested I write and draw them. So I did, and began doing research on much of those dreams whilst creating The Unseen.
3) Can you briefly tell us what its all about? It's an End of Days series seen from behind the vale, showing the forces that battle us through "The Sea of Souls", and how they move and influence us to usher in the End of Days
4) What song would you say best represents your project and why? Mervin Mathew "Take your stand against".
Supernatural, because I think they'd understand The Unseen.
6) What have you learnt about yourself through this endeavour? And were their any unforeseen obstacles you had to contend with along the way? Well, myself, I am a brilliant yet slightly mad creative genius, and my obstacles would be losing my mind, staying sane, and avoiding bouts of depression.
7) During your time in this field, what is the one thing that has kept you in good stead? Support from family and friends.
8) If ‘The Unseen’ had a motto, what would it be? Stand up for what you believe in, even if you stand alone.