Andrew Hussie, born on August 26, 1997, is an American author and digital artist who has created one of the greatest webcomics in history. His creations were a topic of conversation among hundreds of thousands of people. Social media pages were created to discuss the storylines. In 2012, he raised more than 2.4 million dollars on Kickstarter to develop “Hiveswap,” a video game based on “Homestuck.” It was the third-highest amount ever raised on the platform. We are proud of him, and we will celebrate his special day right here
Andrew Hussie is revered for his excellent multimedia webcomic. He creates worlds with his mind, and like a chess grandmaster, he knows just how each piece fits in his intricate web. His ability to create, deconstruct, exaggerate, and work with almost a hundred characters puzzles his readers, and they have nothing but deep respect for him. Hussie was born on August 25, 1979, in Massachusetts, and his zodiac sign is Virgo. His father’s name is Andrew F. Hussie, while his mother’s name is unknown. He keeps his personal life very private, and apart from his father, his brother, Byron Hussie, is his only known relative. Hussie also studied at Temple University, Philadelphia.
Hussie is well-known for his work on “MS Paint Adventures,” a webcomics series he creates using Adobe Photoshop. However, the work retained the pixelated appearance often associated with Microsoft Paint. Hussie began working on “Jailbreak,” the first of the series, in 2007, and it was the last time Hussie used Microsoft Paint. Hussie also used suggestions from readers when writing “Jailbreak,” which distorted the storyline and made him abandon it. He launched the second series, “Bard Quest,’ in 2007 but Hussie didn’t complete it like its predecessor. His third series was “Problem Sleuth.” It ran from 2008 to 2009, and it was his first comic series to get a proper conclusion.
His most popular series was the fourth, “Homestuck.” It ran from 2009 to 2016, and it drew millions of readers daily. Hussie also creates video games. In 2013, Namco Bandai contacted him and his company, What Pumpkin Studios, to create a dating game. In the end, he created “Namco High” (2013). Hussie lives on the revenue generated from merch sales and advertising revenue from the Homestuck website.
Hussie starts creating “Jailbreak” and he accepts suggestions from readers as the story unfolds.
He starts creating “Bard Quest” but he doesn't complete it.
After concluding “Problem Sleuth,” Hussie begins work on “Homestuck.”
After seven years of grueling work, Hussie draws the curtains on “Homestuck.”
Hussie gives in to fan requests and begins to work on “Homestuck 2.”
Why We Love Andrew Hussie
He is an advocate for the L.G.B.T.Q. community
His work has helped members of the L.G.B.T.Q. community become confident enough to find their identity. He has given meaning to the lives of millions of people.
He is committed to his readers
Hussie spent seven years writing “Homestuck,” which meant he devoted part of his lifespan to it. As a result, entertaining his readers meant he sacrificed a significant chunk of his existence for them.
He handles criticism well
When some of his fans reacted angrily to a food picture he posted on Twitter, he de-escalated the matter by deleting the picture. We love his approach to handling criticism.
5 Surprising Facts
He is a big fan of Wakraya Elber
Elber is trangender YouTuber and Hussie loves her work.
He doesn't like canned bread
While there may be other foods he doesn't like, we are sure he doesn't like canned bread, as he posted a video of him throwing it into the trash can after tasting it.
His favorite food is chocolate
Hussie is a big fan of Toblerone and he has posted many pictures of the Swiss chocolate brand on his Instagram page.
He doesn't enjoy songs from fans
Sometimes when he is at meet and greet events, fans sing to him — but he doesn't enjoy the singing.
Ryan North had an issue with him
North, another comic writer, had a rivalry with him and filled his house with pictures of Hussie.
Andrew Hussie FAQs
Is “Homestuck 2” canceled?
Hussie’s creation, “Homestuck 2,” was canceled. The studio behind the project reportedly shut down.
Is “Homestuck” actually good?
Yes, it is a surprisingly good, very addictive story.
Where does Andrew Hussie live?
He lives in Goleta, California. However, it appears that he moves frequently.
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