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The Wolf at Weston Court
Honour. Bravery. Bespoke.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Fantasy
Activity status: Discontinued/Completed
Archive url: Visit archive
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Last update: 25th May 2018, 9:03 PM
Number of comics: 160
Number of subscribers: 230
Visitors: 181009 visitors (901894 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.99 (1468 votes)

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THIS COMIC IS NO LONGER UPDATING. You've all been lovely and it's been an incredible experience. -Roux <3

When stuffy high-end tailor Loup Noir finds himself at the whim of a renegade Faerie soldier, he must rely on his strength and skill as a Wolfman to survive in this epic adventure of Honour, Bravery, and Bespoke!

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LeRenardRoux
LeRenardRoux
She then proceeded to a Pastry-cooks where she devoured six ices, refused to pay for them, knocked down the Pastry Cook & walked away.

Most recent comments left on The Wolf at Weston Court

LeRenardRoux
30th May 2018
LeRenardRoux
Thanks Matt! I'm really excited to share it with you all! :D
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Matt Knab
28th May 2018
Matt Knab
Understandable. It's never good to force yourself to continue a project when your heart isn't in it. I, for one, will be very happy to see what you have in mind for your next story!
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spas (Guest)
27th May 2018
"another one bites the dust"
>>Okay, but now that you’ve quit on one comic, why should we trust you to finish the next one?

I appreciate you including this question. Frankly, the percentage of fantasy webcomics which have gone on permanent hiatus is well over 50% - probably closer to 90%...I'm tempted to make a list and have a blog: an online cemetery for fantasy comics I've loved and followed for years, only to see them discontinued - and usually for the same exact reasons that you've given. Therefore...understandable. Nonetheless, extraordinarily disappointing. In particular in cases where I really enjoyed both the writing and the art, like with TW@WC.

I'm grateful for the unbelievable efforts of webcomic creators, and I have supported many kickstarters, purchased t-shirts and other merch, and even attended 2 comicons, though my fantasy comic creators are never there, when I happen to be stateside in Tucson. But I'm HONEST. I'm NOT a sycophant. AND HONESTY DICTATES that this is a moment of mourning. SO I am not going to praise your goddess like qualities, even if I might read what you do next bc you're very talented, despite my wariness of your trustworthiness. Rather, I am going to state the G-d's honest truth - THIS SUCKS.

https://youtu.be/rY0WxgSXdEE
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spas (Guest)
27th May 2018
"RESPECT: means...speak for yourself"
I have my own comments, which I will post separately, but no. You can probably NEVER 'safely say for all of us' - and certainly not in this instance. Your intended respect to our beloved creator in this instance is profound disrespect to your fellow readers. Please show better etiquette and consideration toward others in future.
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Proxy170
26th May 2018
Proxy170
TW@WC changed so much in art from start to finish, I'm curious to see what "somewhere between TW@WC and Ten Tailors" is!

And yes, I've stuck with PA a while, but even the oldest pages on CF date only back to 2010--I've rebooted it 3 or 4 times XD PA was actually written as a book originally, so yes I have all the major events plotted out but I definitely let the details stay flexible as I keep revising. ^_^ The only part I never actually wrote and will still want to redo one day is the beginning chapter--I've never found a start I'm happy with! Long story short, yes, I do think it helps me keep going, because I have a complete story in my mind that I want to tell, with a specific message and resolution.
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