The cat is out of the bag. One of the biggest Kringo Babies collector is auctioning off all his Kringo dolls at Heritage Auctions over the course of the next few months. In doing so, he has revealed the true identity of the artist Kringo. There are 4 hand painted dolls up for this auction. Check it out! These things are nuts! comics.ha.com/c/item.zx?saleNo=121236&lotIdNo=35001#Photo
Btw, did you guys want the auction house to reveal your team's identity?
That was ten years ago. We did 100 or so of these dolls. So this guy who has the largest collection of 'em called me and told me he was getting divorced and needs dough and asked if he could reveal the true story of the dolls when he auctioned 'em off. So I said ok, since the value of Kringo's art hasn't gone up much in the last decade, proving to me that collectability has nothing to do with quality and only has to do with name recognition. So the heck with it. Let this guy make a buck, sez I.
...and I will be at this comic con in Asbury Park, NJ at the end of March. I will do a panel thing or interview or something on stage. And I guess they will give me a table to sit at. But I won't be selling anything. I'm just going for fun, since I lived in Asbury park as a lad. asburyparkcomicon.com/guests/2013/jay-lynch
Ha ha ha! I have no idea who those guys are. I guess they do Marvel superhero comics. I don't care about that stuff at all. The guests there that I LIKE the work of are Al Jaffee, who does the MAD fold-ins, John Holmstrom, who edited PUNK magazine in the '80s, and Bob Camp, who worked on the early Ren and Stimpys. I did once do a Hulk cover, though. I don't think they liked it. Here it is. heroinitiative.org/images/pool/hulk100/hulk_Lynch_Jay_full.jpg