Ninja Kubbies is a graphic novel about five Kubbie brothers who live in a Condo near the Forest. Kubbies evolved from spiders that morphed into a lizard, and then mutated into a spider monkey. They were taught by their father, Master Kesey. He trained them to become ninjas. Their ninja weapons and spider webs make them brave heroes as they stop crime. They watch out for people and they hide at night. They wear ninja spider suits and rescue people without being seen. With their special ninja skills they jump from one building to the next using their amazing web and cross the city streets. Niinja Kubbies can hang from their long tails, and use their long fingers and monkey-like feet to hold on in high places. Their tongues are used to catch flies, jus t one of the many delicacies they enjoy. About the Author Brandon Drucker is an author/artist with autism. He was diagnosed with autism when he was three years old. His struggles with the written and spoken language have continued to improve through his writings of short stories, poetry and graphic novels. As the co-founder of Artists With Autism, Inc he manages the Autism Art Gallery located in Pompano Beach Florida. Brandon knows no limits and does not allow his autism to interfere with his dreams. As a self-starter and creative soul, Brandon defies the odds and proves that with a nurtured skill and talent, people with autism can reach new heights and become successful. His life and story continues to empower others to take charge of their lives and has influenced society to offer inclusion opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Brandon Drucker was diagnosed with autism at age three. His art began at a very young age with the use of colored pencils, and has emerged into acrylics on canvas and watercolors on paper. His art is always very lively with color and is often imaginary animals and places or inspirations from photos. Brandon also likes to enrich his vocabulary in other languages. He taught himself Spanish and has invented several of his own languages. When he is not painting, writing his next book, or writing lyrics for a new song, he is active as a volunteer and athlete with Special Olympics Florida Broward County participating in Alpine Skiing and has received several gold, silver, bronze medals. His gallery/studio is located inside the Festival Flea Market at the Artists with Autism Gallery and Gift Boutique in Pompano Beach, Florida.