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Pewfell in For The Love of Hornbag
by Jim C. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/29/2010 18:44:18
An enjoyable, mostly self-contained story arc. Crwm is everything you could want in an apocalyptic demon-god.

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Pewfell #01
by Jim C. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 01/28/2010 21:12:23
This free introduction to the series is fun, with some setting ideas worth grabbing too. I don't know the history of this comic at all, but some odd layout towards the end almost suggests they've brought together some shorter strips and wrapped an extended storyline around them to make a first issue - it works rather well.

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[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Pewfell #01
by Nicholas B. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 05/11/2009 15:52:37
Very funny stuff! I've got this and the next four issues now...looking forward to digging for more. The PDF edition is a good clean read; if you like Groo, KotD, Robert Aspirin or even Thrud, then you'll like Pewfell, too.

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[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Pewfell #02
by Maxwell T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 04/06/2009 21:53:08
Having just read the last trade paperback of Nodwick, I was a little worried about finding something to fill the void. Pewfell looks like it will do very nicely. This issue introduces a great new character in Lilypad, Pewfell's half-toad ex-college roomie, as well as cool concepts like Peace Patrol, Sales Demons, and the Hog's Nuts bar and grill. The format of switching between longer stories and shorter "strips" works very well again, and over all this issue expands very well on the foundation laid out by the previous offering. This is already becoming a favorite.

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Pewfell #01
by Maxwell T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 04/06/2009 21:05:32
This was a very pleasant surprise. The format, alternating between long-form stories and shorter, 4-panel gags, really worked for me. The artist's style reminds me of classic Bode-family 70's era comic fantasy, but with a somewhat more modern touch added to it as well. I particularly liked the larger drawings scattered throughout, like the cutaway view of Pewfell and Tina's home, and the picture of Tina and her Wyvern flying off after pulling off a rescue. The characters are all charming and identifiable, which is quite the achievement for a first issue. I'll be buying lots more of these, I'm sure. Heck, I bought the first three just from looking at the preview files. Recommended.

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Pewfell #11
by Jason T. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 03/14/2009 15:10:02
Pewfell is an incompetent wizard in search of the “stone of stone”. He and his cohorts travel through medieval Middle Earth-ish towns and villages finding themselves in all various types of ridiculous scenarios. In issue #11 Pewfell and his companions arrive in Vagus where they’re done in by sex, drugs, and rock ’n roll. Arrested and banished to the Arena, can Pewfell survive Splorko?

Humorous and over the top, Pewfell is equal parts Dave Sim’s Cerebus and Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Series. The art is cartoonishly appropriate for the material‘s tone. The page layout almost never varies from the standard nine-panel grid which becomes a bit boring. The dialogue is mostly silly, but at times clever enough to elicit real laughs. It’s well worth a look for an easy and entertaining read.

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[3 of 5 Stars!]
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Thanks for reading, Jason. Glad you enjoyed it!
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