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Comic profile: Wolverton
Wolverton
Werewolves hang out and have pizza just like everyone else.
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Comic language: English
Genre: Other
Activity status: Active
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Last update: 3 days ago
Number of comics: 85
Number of subscribers: 59
Visitors: 21988 visitors (71798 pages viewed)
Rating: 4.85 (157 votes)

Comic description

Werewolves hang out and have pizza just like everyone else. But modern society tends to frown upon those who remain in werewolf form 24/7. That’s why these friendly werewolves founded their own town called Wolverton. Follow the adventures of Talbot and his friends every Wednesday. PG-13 for suggestive material.

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PeterVonBrown
PeterVonBrown
At 11 years old, the local newspaper featured me in an article - "Youngster Sets Sights on Cartooning Career" and... Time marched on...

I soon found myself writing fiction instead. That's not to say I gave up drawing - far from it. I drew often. I also usually draw my main character[s]. But I didn't quite have my sights on a cartooning career anymore, being too verbose to not write novels.

I've always loved werewolves. I wouldn't just draw them. I made sculptures. I did so throughout high school and college. Yes, a werewolf or two crept into my writing as well. Now a couple of decades since, I have returned to them. This happened after my beloved saw my drawings and insisted on being shown the werewolves eating pizza. (I would always cite this as an example of my spin on the otherwise ferocious beasts.) It rekindled my love of drawing them and with each new picture, I knew what the wolves were talking about. I inexplicably knew about the characters depicted, and they started acquiring names.

It became apparent that I should keep this up; that these characters should be developed. Thus, this webcomic.

I graduated from Knox College with Honors in 1993, majoring in Creative Writing. Without getting into a long drawn out tale that spans nearly a decade: despite an agent’s [at a highly respectable agency] insistence that my college Honors Project Peter Pan's NeverWorld (a sequel derived from J.M. Barrie's ideas & notes for more about Pan) be published, we'd hit brick walls. Many years later circumstances changed and I'd been able to publish it on my own. I also wrote an interquel Peter Pan: Betwixt-and-Between which fills in how Pan went from being an eternal infant in a famous London park (as per Barrie’s origin story Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens) to an eternal boy who fights pirates in the Neverland. I've written a few other novels not related to Pan, but have not published them as yet.

But right now, it’s werewolves.


Most recent comments left on Wolverton

PeterVonBrown
21st Jul 2017
PeterVonBrown
What a lovely description. Thanks much! Glad to be able to help you relax. It's relaxing for me to make it. :)
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Ciaran Bandon (Guest)
21st Jul 2017
"CiaranBandon"
This comic is so pure and carefree. Really love the concept. :) It's nice and relaxing to read. Can't wait to see more
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JammyTheBirb
20th Jul 2017
JammyTheBirb
Wow, the clothes have so much colour 0w0
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PeterVonBrown
20th Jul 2017
PeterVonBrown
I've always been "against" casting famous actors (vocal or otherwise) for every single part. There are way too many folks out there who not only are need of work, but might be truly right for the part. Instead they go for the name recognition and "bank" even if they're not a match, and will even anger the fans in some way (assuming it's an adaptation of something). It's repugnant, in my opinion.

That said, I do think that in some instances a celebrity can certainly be perfect for a role. By all means, then yes.

I haven't gotten a handle on how all my 'wolves sound, but I do know Talbot and Floyd for sure.

For Floyd I had a good idea of how he sounded. And then one day I heard Jack McBrayer again. I realized he's about 90% what I'd been "hearing". So I would be extremely happy if Jack McBrayer could voice Floyd. And I always hear him as/for Floyd now.

Talbot has a raspy and lilty voice. Sort of like a voice crack that grows and extends into a voice all its own.

Darkfang I think would be a little gruff, but not necessarily defined by that.

Burgermeister Basil has a British accent, but I don't have it narrowed to a location or whatnot.

I'm letting the rest come to me as they will.
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Phantoma Fenrir
20th Jul 2017
Hmmm... So about the voices for the wolves, who do you see voicing them?
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