Born in Tibet in the 1880's, John Blair Moore was raised by a family of iternant Yak herders high in the Himalayas, where he spent years perfecting his skills in animation and narrative cartoon strips.
Unfortunately, being about forty years ahead of his time was no advantage, because neither of these art forms had been invented yet and their was no place to ply his trade in Lhasa.
Tibet U. Graduation, Class of '02
Discouraged but not undaunted, he started all over again in 1948, only to find that the Golden Age of animation and newspaper comics was about over. From that time until now, he has worked assiduously to convince the world he should be paid for drawing funny pictures.