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Comic profile: Pewfell
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Comedy
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Today
Number of comics: 994
Number of subscribers: 120
Visitors: 235187 visitors (1365802 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.97 (89 votes)

Comic description

Medieval wizard Pewfell and his warrior wife Tina just want what every couple wants- a little privacy, enough scratch to pay the bills, and would it be too much to ask that they don't get mugged or eaten by monsters? Their friends aren't the smartest, they never catch a break, and their good deeds never go unpunished... A fun and well-crafted comic with a bit of Euro influence in the art- refreshing!


Hi, I'm Chuck Whelon, the creator of Pewfell. I draw the strip and do most of the writing & coloring too. I live in San Francisco, California and was born & raised in Basingstoke, England.

Pewfell is a comic fantasy comic that follows the amazing adventures of an inept wizard, his warrior princess wife, and the small blue gnome who squats in their basement. All characters are fictitious, except the ones in the strip, who are all mostly based on people I know.

I created the series for no better reason than as an excuse to doodle goofy looking monsters and chainmail bikinis. The strip has evolved over the years as I've experimented with different formats and developed my artistic style, but my main aim has always been to have laugh.

Some of my inspirations for Pewfell include the comic strip work of E.C. Segar (Popeye), Goscinny & Uderzo (Asterix), Gilbert Shelton (The Freak Brothers) and the books of Terry Pratchett (Discworld).

Most recent comments left on Pewfell

12th Aug 2015
Thanks, Adrek!
Left on Volume 5, Book 2, p13
12th Aug 2015
ha ha, yes - But she is so much fun to write. Besides, I have a feeling that if you snapped Gnoma's neck, something even worse would spring out from the blood of her corpse.
Left on Volume 5, Book 2, p10
Adrek Norn
12th Aug 2015
funny characters :-)
Left on Volume 5, Book 2, p13
Alessandro (Guest)
7th Aug 2015
As much as I enjoy the art, the humour another storytelling, I am getting a bit tired of Gnoma and of her constaugetting away with murder. Someone snap her neck already
Left on Volume 5, Book 2, p10
29th Jun 2015
Thanks for all the kind and awesome comments folks!
Left on Volume 1, Book 1, Page 5