Comic 100 - Video Game Magic

1st Nov 2017, 12:00 AM
Video Game Magic
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PeterVonBrown 31st Oct 2017, 7:09 AM edit delete
PeterVonBrown
ChEeSe & CrAcKeRs! We made it to Page 100!

Actually there's even more to celebrate than just reaching 100 pages of Wolverton. As luck would have it, page 100 features one of the T-shirts I'd been making for myself - the very ones that inspired this webcomic. Gavin at the video game with his buddy Darkfang cheering him on has been tweaked from the first design. Most notably, Gavin got his sneakers since then.

To commemorate this milestone, you TOO can have it on a T-shirt!
image[Yes, other colors are available.]
The Wolverton "Wares" shop also has the image of the guys at the game available on ringer t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, magnets, tote bags and more! Click >> here <<!

And what better time to become a patron on Patreon than at such a memorable point in Wolverton history? :) Patreon perks include: "behind-the-scenes" & a werewolf drawn at your request each month.

I'm truly grateful and happy that you are enjoying my webcomic. Thanks for reading!

Comments:

Phantoma Fenrir 1st Nov 2017, 12:39 AM edit delete reply
Phantoma Fenrir
Cool, shirts! One question though will 'Talbot on the Tracks' be available on a shirt in the future?
PeterVonBrown 1st Nov 2017, 3:28 AM edit delete reply
PeterVonBrown
Phantoma Fenrir, you made my night by asking that question! The answer is most definitely. I will have more designs & products available in the near future, including the werewolf smilely. I'll leave a comment here in the comic when new stuff goes up. Thanks again!
Biostras 3rd Nov 2017, 7:34 PM edit delete reply
"My grandpa thinks any tech beyond a picture tube TV is black magic."

And here we see a victim of Clarke's Law: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
Wildwolf42 3rd Nov 2017, 8:55 PM edit delete reply
Wildwolf42
But... You can tell how it works, if you really want to... The point of that law is that any super advanced tech would have no way of knowing how it works if you didn't make it.