Announcing the arrival of the new print and Kindle editions of Wizard Pickles! Available now exclusively on Amazon:
This edition is from publisher, Polar Press, part of Golden Bell Studios and now includes complete solutions.
Wizard Pickles® is a search and find, puzzle adventure book where you actively help Mazie Pickles track down Aunt Wilma’s magic wand before King Pickle’s pesky minions cause any more mischief.
Prepare to solve a magical mystery… Aunt Wilma’s lost her magic wand and it’s up to YOU to help Mazie Pickles.
On your quest, you’ll travel through a mysterious forest, visit a castle, escape a dungeon, and even ride a dragon! Yes, you’ll get into all kinds of crazy pickles as you explore every inch of this richly-detailed, comic fantasy world.
Wizard Pickles contains a multitude of perplexing problems for all ages, from simple search and find activities to muddling mazes, cryptic codes, and complex logic problems that will keep you baffled for many hours of puzzling fun!
You are invited to an Art Show and Reception
To celebrate the US launch of “Where’s The Mermaid?—A Mer-mazing Search and Find Adventure”, by Chuck Whelon, Pop Press 2018: http://www.WheresTheMermaid.com
at: Cafe Seventy8, 78 29th Street, San Francisco, 94110
on: Saturday December 8th 2018, from: 5 to 7 pm
“Where’s The Mermaid?” shares a positive message about diversity and the environment. Learn what mermaids get up to all day long, and follow them on an extraordinary adventure into an unknown world, discovering all kinds of marvelous creatures, including the strangest of all… human beings.
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2036453929749299/
An exhibition of large-format prints from the book will be on display at Cafe Seventy8 through Jan.31st 2019.
Come to the book release party for the totally awesome, must-read, new comics antholugy: “Sci-Fi San Francisco” – this Saturday at Mission Comics & Art:
Celebrate the Bay Area’s deeply weird future with Sci-Fi San Francisco, a collection of comics about everything from secret societies to hyper-evolved kitty cats, from space travelers at the Legion of Honor to robots at Bay to Breakers, from genetic caste systems to social media private eyes. Come find out what the future (and alternate present) holds!
Sci-Fi San Francisco features a cover by the inimitable Chuck Whelon and 20 black-and-white comics, featuring the work of:
Storm Arcana, Walker Ricon, & Yabette Swank
Danny Djeljosevic & Diana Naneva
Emma Dudley & John Mathis
Shaenon K. Garrity
Pete Glanting & Eric Wong
Cheryl Leong & Philip Lambert
I recently drew over two dozen cartoons for this lovely little book called “How to Write Adventure Modules that Don’t Suck”, being published by Goodman Games. The book has a whole bunch of advice from some of the greatest RPG writers in the world. It really is a must-have for anyone even thinking about running a game. The advice it contains applies to all kinds of creative endeavors, and life in general. It just launched on Kickstarter and already made its funding goal, so go order your copy now!
You can see some of my cartoons on the Kickstarter landing page, here are a few more:
To see the rest you’ll have to get the book: