Checkwolf is a crimefighting organization, a group of talented vigilantes who have come together to battle corruption in their own way. They are led by the enigmatic Sean Matts and, initially anyway, operate from a small garage owned by one of the Checkwolf members, venturing out into a small-scale area in the fictional metropolis named Kewanee.

The series of stories presented herein is a chronicle of the activities of Checkwolf's third phase, from its mainstream recognition to its full integration.  The structure of the series is divided into three arcs: first, a group of general stories, getting to know Checkwolf and their methods; second, a group of more diverse, experimental stories as Checkwolf begins to branch out and gain more respect; and third . . . well, I don't want to give too much away, but in the third arc the story is much tighter.

I first started writing Checkwolf in the summer of 1992 and finished the final story, the novel-length number thirty-eight, in December of 1999. I wasn't the creator of the concept of Checkwolf; I was only the writer. The originator of Checkwolf was my brother, Ryan Gibson, whose artwork and conceptual drawings are available in the Gallery. And I didn't come up with every concept in the stories either; it was through the feedback of the (relatively) few people that have read the series through that I was able to improve it along the way. Finally, I didn't think I could get this website; I'd like to thank my wife for prompting me into doing so.