- This article refers to the character. For the location where the game takes place, see Joey Drew Studios.
|“||At this point, I don't get what Joey's plan is for this company.||”|
Not much can really be said about Joey's personality due to him never appearing physically in the game nor having his voice heard.
From Wally's first speech in Chapter 1, he said that Joey had lost his mind about himself "appeasing the gods" with the Ink Machine as well as offerings on pedestals from the Power Room, hinting that Joey could be obsessive and insane.
From the very beginning of Chapter 1, Joey sent Henry a note inviting Henry to come back to his workshop, as Joey had "something to show him".
Joey is mentioned by Norman, Susie, and Sammy. No other evidence of Joey is found in this chapter.
- One of the puzzle items in Chapter 1, the book entitled "The Illusion of Living", is written by Joey Drew.
- Joey Drew may be inspired by Walt Disney, the found of the Disney universe. Thus, his company entitled "Joey Drew Studios" could be named after Walt Disney Studios.
- Joey's name is a pun on that Joey drew cartoons.
- From the older version of Chapter 1, the lines "Doesn't it" has a question mark at the end. From the remastered version, however, the question mark is removed for reasons unknown.
- ↑ "I have half a mind to talk to Mr. Drew about all this. But then again, I have to admit. Mr. Drew has his own peculiarities." - Norman Polk, Chapter 2
- ↑ "Also, get this, Joey had each one of us donate something from our work stations. We put them on these little pedestals in the break room. To help appease the gods, Joey says. Keep things going." - Wally Franks, Chapter 1
- ↑ "I think he's lost his mind, but, hey, he writes the checks. - Wally Franks, Chapter 1
- ↑ "Oh my God. Joey, what were you doing?" - Henry, Chapter 1
|Henry • Joey Drew • Norman Polk • Sammy Lawrence • Susie Campbell • Wally Franks|
|Alice Angel • Bendy • Boris the Wolf|
|"Bendy" • Sammy • Searchers|