In the spring of 2013, Ryan Humphrey was lying on his bedroom floor, searching for inspiration. He had been looking for a way to contribute to the Simpsons Drawing Club, a blog on Tumblr dedicated to unofficial fan art. Run by a tight-knit group of illustrators, it featured colorful, funny and occasionally terrifying depictions of Bart, Homer and the rest of the Springfield populace. Humphrey wanted to be a part of it.
He had, at one point, considered an original story about Ralph Wiggum and a dead body that could somehow talk back to him. But he didn’t see himself as a comic book artist and slowly cooled on the idea. Suddenly, he spotted a copy of Akira, “Volume 1″ in his room. Inspiration struck like a thunderbolt. He
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