Kristopher White (created by / writer) is the creator and writer behind "The Thirty Six," a graphic novel based on an ancient Kabbalistic legend about thirty-six people destined to save the world. Ain't It Cool News called the work "a wonderful seed of graphic storytelling." His writing has garnered industry attention, including a half-hour pilot, "Relatively Insane", which was a finalist for the 2009 Slamdance Teleplay Contest. A graduate of USC's film school, he's been working in the television industry since 2001. He also produced and hosted the "Official LOST Podcast" among many other projects for the Disney-ABC Television Group. A father of two, he spends his free time with his family at only the hippest parks in Burbank.