Created for Jinji’s 2024 Birthday, this comic was also a writing experiment between Jinji and Kitty the Gengar Queen, with each writing half of the comic without seeing the other’s half. The resulting comic was then sent to Kumada Panda to be drawn and inked, so neither of us knew the contents of the other’s half until just before publication.
Jinji the Gengar is convinced by Enigma to lock himself away for 24 hours inside a coffin, while the rest of the Ghosts — as well as Kitty and Kumada Panda’s Ghost — prepare a special Birthday surprise for him. Of course, Jinji being Jinji, he has a surprise for them too! Neither party is expecting what happens next!
Roughly 2.5 years since the first entry in Jinji’s official storyline, A Concise Overview of Jinji’s Mansion, comes the next entry (and the first comic strip!) of Jinji’s as-yet-untitled Main Canon. While out in Eterna Forest for another night of hauntings and fun, Jinji discovers an odd stone radiating a strange power. Little does he know, he’s about to find himself challenged by one very tricky spirit…
A crossover spin-off comic created as another collaboration between Jinji and Kumada Panda, which ironically turned into the longest comic strip ever written by the pair – at 15 pages long – despite having originated as one of Jinji’s simplest ideas. Having been a fan of the Neopets villain Meuka for years, Jinji is surprised […]
Known as home to Jinji and his many Ghostly companions, but a complete mystery to most mortal beings, there is a sizeable mansion that is the focal point of Jinji’s own corner of the Spirit Realm. From its outward appearance, the mansion is a building from a bygone age, which is a little run down […]
The kitchen, old fashioned and abandoned, is now suddenly a hubbub of activity. As the haunted mansion began to have an energetic and excited atmosphere, the various tables and shelves within the kitchen slowly found themselves host to a number of baked delights. The coldness of the room has been replaced by the warm, cosy […]
The Gengar put down the large tome he had been reading, and picked up the photograph wedged between the two open faces. As he bought it to his eyes, the image of a young Espurr smiled back at him, its expression one of joy. For a moment, he also smiles; but his expression soon turns […]