Pewfellis a domestic situation comedy set on the remote fantasy world of Planet Urf, as it spins between galaxies, powered only by a dwindling energy-harnessed sun on a deperate mission to the gods-know-where.
Pewfell himself, is a mostly useless wizard, who lives with Tina the Warrior Princess, his amazing amazonian wife. Thanks mostly to Tina’s income from looting and pillaging, they live in quite a nice house in the city of Spirekassle, perched on the edge of the abyss.
The Pewfellgraphic novel series is created and illustrated by Chuck Whelon, with additional material by co-writer Adam Prosser.
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Pewfell in: Welcome to Spirekassle—Welcome to the city of Spirekassle, home to inept wizard Pewfell Porfingles and his incredible wife, Tina the Warrior Princess. Pewfell’s a bit of a slacker who eeks out a living selling potions and doing all he can to avoid going on adventures.
In this first volume: When Tina has to take a month off due to a shortage of orc settlements to pillage, Pewfell must find other ways to supplement his income.
Pewfell in: For the Love of Hornbag—All Pewfell wants is a quiet life of domestic bliss. Destiny, however, has other plans. Join our hopeless hero as he gets thrown out of his house by a gang of feminist gnomes, runs afoul of a brainwashing cult, and gets banished to an extremely bizarre dimension with very little in the way of clothing.
Pewfell in: What happens in Vagus—Little does Pewfell suspect, when he sets out on a trip to the fabulous city of Vagus to see the World Fighting Federation Championships, that he is actually embarking on an epic quest to fulfill his ancient destiny and save the entire world.
Pewfell in: Drain of Chaos—The world’s most irresponsible wizard, is about to face his greatest challenge yet: fatherhood!
His wife pregnant and his home collapsing, wizard Pewfell takes a job with the Spirekassle City Sewer Patrol. But with a zombie-mad dictator running the government and a bloodthirsty army of chaos outside the gates, this may not be the best time to start a family.
Join our hero as he deals with dirty diapers, unreliable contractors, idiotic co-workers, and a diminutive blue lodger hell-bent on a career in musical theater…
Pewfell in: Green Achers—Now that he’s a father, Pewfell is determined to achieve success in his chosen career of wizardry, but somehow it continues to elude him. When his perpetually pesky tenant, Gnoma, is apparently killed in the act of remodeling their house, it looks like a new opportunity might be about to open up for Pewfell in the country…
Take a trip to Planet Urf for a tale of battling barbarian babes, demented robot clerics, devious gnomic real-estate agents, demonically-run corporations, and a slightly slimy, slug-like children’s entertainer named Strangeblob Nopants.
Pewfell is rated C for Chaos – appropriate for ages 16 and up. It depicts use of drugs and alcohol and contains some male and female nudity. Also lots of gratuitous violence and gore. Here is a Video showing some favorite moments from the series:
I am an internationally published author and cartoonist. I am the creator, artist and writer of "Pewfell", a semi-autobiographical, epic fantasy sit-com that began it’s life on the interweb back in the early 2000’s.
I have created a large number of children's puzzle and activity books for various publishers, I also designed and illustrated the comic boardgame "Legitimacy" published by Minion Games, and have illustrated a number of other boardgames for Minion.
I am also known as the cartoonist for Goodman Game's 'Dungeon Crawl Classics' Role Playing Game. I am also the author of a puzzle book for kids called 'Wizard Pickles'--if you would like to publish it, let me know!
In my previous life, Chuck worked as an art director in the advertising world but I promises that I won’t do it again.
I was born and raised near the Basingstoke roundabout, but now live in San Francisco, CA.