Paul 


Birthday: January 1, 1759
The Paul Reveres: Vocals, Guitar


Has more in common with Mike Score and Prince than he does with Johnny Rotten or Joey Ramone, but, hey, he’s trying. Paul’s the youngest member of The Paul Reveres, but that doesn’t mean he’s the least qualified. Brought up musically by his late friend Allen, Paul is determined to fight against the British at all costs.

Warren 


Birthday: June 11, 1757
The Paul Reveres: Bass


Woman want him and men want to be him… except when he’s passed out drunk in a back alley… or when he’s making special time with the wives of British generals… Yeah, maybe no one actually wants to be him. When he’s not participating in extracurricular activities, Warren is apprentice to a prominent doctor in Boston.

Toby 


Birthday: October 30, 1757
The Paul Reveres: Drums


Boy from New Jersey, knows drums and meat-filled pies. Invited up to Boston by his close friend, Warren, per Sam Adams’ request.

Benedict 


Birthday: January 14, 1755
The Union Jack-Offs: Vocals, Keytar


What he lacks in height, he makes up for in spirit. Handpicked all members of The Union Jack-Offs and tries his hardest to keep everyone in the band at peace with each other… which isn’t an easy job!

William 


Birthday: August 5, 1753
The Union Jack-Offs: Bass


Mysterious loyalist who opposes everything Sam Adams and everything General Gage. Doesn’t like sunshine, women, liquor, and doesn’t wanna be on the beach! No fun!

Henry 


Birthday: November 13, 1757
The Union Jack-Offs: Guitar, Drums


It’s joked there’s always a good twin and a bad twin. Well this is the bad one… plays a mean EDS-1275 though, so it makes up for his past. Henry joined up with Gage’s army to take time off his prison sentence and to spend some more quality time with his brother.

Edward 


Birthday: November 13, 1757
The Union Jack-Offs: Drums, Guitar


It’s tough to find a good drummer and apparently even tougher to find one without a prison record. Convicted for his brother’s crime as well, Edward joined up with Gage’s army to take time off his prison sentence.


Other Characters

Snickerdoodle

Snickerdoodle

This could be the classic story about a boy, his dog, and the punk rock American Revolution, except I’m not quite sure Snickerdoodle is a dog. Maybe some kind of demon? She is only nice to Paul and Johnny, but dislikes almost any other character, especially Toby.

First appearance: Issue 1, Page 4

 


Johnny Tremain

Johnny Tremain

Paul’s #1 Fan, President of the The Paul Reveres fan club, and overall weirdo. He fancies himself to be quite the artist.

Childhood Friends: Rab Silsbee and Cilla Lapham

First appearance: Issue 1, Page 17

 


Cilla Lapham

Cilla Lapham

The granddaughter of the silversmith Ephraim Lapham where Johnny Tremain worked in Boston. Y’know, just like that book that one time. Fiercely loyal to whoever she’s dating to a fault. A little aggressive.

Childhood Friends: Johnny Tremain and Rab Silsbee

First appearance: Issue 5, Page 12

 


Rab Silsbee

Rab Silsbee

Johnny’s best friend. Works for the paper, the Boston Observer. He’s devoted to the rebel cause and will fight for what he thinks is right, even if he comes off as the biggest jerk.

Childhood Friends: Johnny Tremain and Cilla Lapham

Musical Talent: Guitar

First appearance: Issue 7, Page 1

 


Mercy Scollay

Mercy Scollay

Smart, talented, and a true patriot. Mercy uses her skills to write revolutionary songs for The Paul Reveres.

Childhood Friends: Warren

Musical Talent: Songwriting

First appearance: Issue 8, Page 17

 


Jennie

Jennie

Paul’s sister and the voice of reason.

First appearance: Issue 1, Page 5

 


Sally Edwards

Sally Edwards

Gives Warren too much attention for her own gain.

First appearance: Issue 9, Page 29

 


George Washington

George Washington

G-dub, as the kids like to call him, is the General of the Continental Army and dopest rapper in the thirteen colonies. Legends arise from his rhymes, beats, and solid gold grill.

Musical Talent: Sick Beats

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 25

 


Sam Adams

Sam Adams

Sam Adams is not known for being the best businessman, but he’s one hell of a patriot. His Sons of Liberty resisted the British oppression in Boston long before the war began.

Musical Talent: Manager

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 15

 


Sammy Adams

Sammy Adams

Sam Adams’ son and the original bass player in the Sons of Liberty. Went from punk to emo. Total downgrade.

Childhood Friends: Allen

Musical Talent: Bass, Vocals

First appearance: Issue 9, Page 29

 


Ben Franklin

Ben Franklin

A calming voice in the loud punk rock world of revolution. Somehow, unexpectably, well behaved.

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 13

 


Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson

Doesn’t think rap is all that great. Too serious.

Musical Talent: Violin

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 14

 


John Hancock

John Hancock

Rich boy. President of the Second Continental Congress. Really likes signing his name big enough so you can see it.

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 13

 


King George III

King George III

King of Great Britain and David Bowie superfan. Pretends to play guitar at home, but has never played in a band. Likes to change up his look.

Musical Talent: Air Guitar

First appearance: Issue 5, Page 24

 


William Howe

William Howe

Commander of British forces in North America starting in 1775. Old school to a fault.

Musical Talent: Guitar

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 33

 


John Burgoyne

John Burgoyne

A general who arrived in Boston with Howe to strengthen the position of General Gage. Arrogant and dramatic.

Musical Talent: Songwriter, Rock Opera Specialty

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 33

 


Henry Clinton

Henry Clinton

Second-in-command to General Howe. Prefers the soft adult contemporary tones of Michael Bolton over punk rock. A little slower than the others.

Musical Talent: Drums

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 33

 


Betsy Loring

Betsy Loring

General Howe’s mistress and major distraction in Boston and New York. Always scheming for the benefit of herself and her husband, Joshua Loring.

First appearance: Issue 9, Page 1

 


Thomas Gage

Thomas Gage

Commander of British forces in Boston during the beginning of the American Revolutionary War. Tries his best with what he has. Thinks he looks pretty good in a powdered wig.

First appearance: Issue 1, Page 22

 


Margaret Kemble Gage

Margaret Kemble Gage

Wife of Thomas Gage. Sympathetic to the Patriot cause and supplies intelligence to Warren. Thinks her husband looks pretty bad in a powdered wig.

First appearance: Issue 2, Page 1

 


Ethan Allen

Ethan Allen

Manager of The Green Mountain Boys from Vermont. Very confident.

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 1

 


Josh

Josh

Star member of the hottest boy band, The Green Mountain Boys. The sensitive one.

Musical Talent: Vocals

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 5

 


Tyler

Tyler

You just just have to have a blonde in your boy band. For the Green Moutain Boys, it’s Tyler. His claim to fame is his dedication to learing his choreographed dance moves. He’s the cute one.

Musical Talent: Vocals

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 5

 


Nicholas

Nicholas

The last time The Green Mountain Boys had a fan event, he set a world record signing autographs. The tough one.

Musical Talent: Vocals

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 5

 


Austin

Austin

The shortest member of The Green Mountain Boys, but don’t let that fool you. One look at that du-rag, and you know he’s no pushover. He’s the wild child.

Musical Talent: Vocals

First appearance: Issue 6, Page 5

 


John Parker

John Parker

Captain John Parker commanded the Paul Reveres at the Battle of Lexington. He puts up with a lot.

First appearance: Issue 2, Page 27

 


Bad News Guy

Bad News Guy

This guy is the man for the job. Don’t want to tell someone something awful? Send this sucker. He has no problem giving the bad news to Generals or sailing across the ocean to deliver bad news to the king.

First appearance: Issue 4, Page 2

 


British Navy Bros

British Navy Bros

Friends to the end, with different music tastes. The British navy is in bad shape if these are our go-to representatives.

First appearance: Issue 2, Page 16

 


AC/DC Super-Fan

AC/DC Super-Fan

British soldier who made a boo-boo at Bunker Hill. Will love AC/DC until he dies. Canon enthusiast.

First appearance: Issue 8, Page 4