Important High Voltage Pages:
Official High Voltage Website: www.highvoltagevault.info/#!ho…
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/pages/High-Vo…
Twitter Page: twitter.com/Hi_Volt
Where shall I begin? Well, I guess the best place to start is with my name, right? My name is Chris Carter. I'm just your average, run-of-the-mill type of guy. I'm a cartoon freak, and I have always had an interest in cartoons, heroes and comics since I was a kid. Although I used to play around with ideas and potential characters in my childhood and teenage days, I never actually thought I could make a serious career out of it until I reached college. It has become my goal in life to do everything in my power to turn these characters I have created into a cartoon series. I have put a lot of work into this series, hired talented individuals to help out with the drawings and animations and have done nonstop writing for the past couple of years for this series. I hope you all enjoy this story I have put together. Important Information:
While I am generally nice to everyone I encounter, I am a human being an can get annoyed like everyone else
. Though the information below is going to seem a little harsh, I am not trying to be mean or hurtful in anyway. People tend to ask me the same questions or make assumptions without reading into things, which can be very tiresome in most cases. The information below this message is meant to help prevent people from making common mistakes or asking me the same questions over and over again.
-*******I am the creator of High Voltage. I write the stories, I decide on how I want all my characters to look, personality, clothing style, colors, what kind of powers I want them to have, etc. All the characters and the way they look are of my original thought, but I DID NOT draw any of them! I hire talented individuals to draw the characters or action scenes for High Voltage, the images you see before you on your screen. So please do not tell me I did a great job drawing the characters or the scenes. Art credit is located within the description of the image, along with a brief bio of the characters or scenes. So make sure you read those before you comment. It's easy... click on an image of a potential character you like, scroll down (you will see the art credit and the character biography)******