Joshua Oliver is an inspiring American Manga artist and writer. He grew up like many others in the mid to late nineteen-nineties watching Dragonball and Dragonball Z. As a teenager, Joshua's anime and manga list got longer. He began to fall in love with the Japanese style. He finds Japanese manga and animation appealing to the eye and of great inspiration. As a kid he always had a wild imagination and as he grew older he found himself wanting to share that with people. Not knowing how to express his imagination as a child he began to put his thoughts on holt until one day he stumbled across a YouTuber that rekindled that flame. He credits the YouTuber Mark Crilley for his inspiration to start up the Tsuka series.
After finally realizing how to put that imagination of his onto paper he began to design stories within stories. Eventually, creating a massive world with hundreds of stories connecting together. While his art style is still improving as his followers will come to see that as the story progresses. He hopes to have all six parts of Chapter 1 ready to go by 2019. Joshua quotes "Regardless on Tsuka's popularity I will not stop until the story is finished." He doesn't plan on limiting himself to Tsuka either, in fact, he has a couple of other projects in the making including: (Jimmy, Life Sucks, and AskingYou).