A few weeks ago at Phoenix Comicon, I had the opportunity to chat with the creators of the webcomic Validation, Christian Beranek and Kelci Crawford. We chatted about webcomics and women working in the comics industry. I had a set list of questions. Truly, I did. Once the three of us got going though, the […]
More Adventures of Eric and Goosh for you! Or as I like to call it, my horrible attempt at writing comedy in the short form.
Eric entered into the living room with arms spread wide, his green lantern t-shirt rising high enough to show off his navel, he held two tickets in his hands. “I have procured the items that we so greatly desire…..” He stopped and looked around, finding the living room empty. “Goosh?” The bathroom door burst open, […]
Goosh stood outside the door, the white paint looking worn around the brass handle. As he looked down beneath the slight crack between the floor and the door itself, he could only see darkness with a fight glow creaking from the void. When he turned the handle on the door, slowly pressing it open at […]
Hi, everybody! Yes, it’s been awhile since you’ve seen one of these. Well, I’ve been busy, okay? Those castles ain’t gonna storm themselves, you know. Anyhow, it’s nice to be back on WPR with a new edition of stuff you really should be reading, and as always, all books are available here at Black Cat […]
The second comic in the new WPR Written Word Webcomic series, The Adventures of Eric and Goosh, I hope you enjoy and let us know what you think!
Mark Rosewater, head Magic designer at Wizards of the Coast, has created a funny little web comic style series about stories that presumably happen in his daily work life.
These will be my silly attempt to write really short comedic stories because I’m much better with my words than actual drawing skills. These first batch of comics are actually ones that have been written a couple of years ago that I’m bringing back to test how people like them. So please, give me your […]
You heard me news. CRAP! (updated)
Now that the PSN is back, what will you do with your Playstation time?
Tetrominoes and science: A winning combination.
Where do you hide an elephant? In a herd of elephants. Where do you hide sensitive personal information? The same place everybody else does… the dumpster.
If you have a smartphone, you’ve probably had to deal with things like this.
Writer and artist Chris Hoffman has been plugging away at his comic series Banana Panic for some time now. Not only is he working on new ways to deliver his stories digitally, if you happen to run into him in Salt Lake City he might just give you a copy for free!