Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Apologies for not posting much in a while. Been busy working on a ton of projects. one which has been an upgrade to the first volume of the Pewfell Archive. My co-writer, Adam Prosser, and I have been hard at work writing several new stories, I've resurrected some long-retired material from the archives and with the help of colorist Carla Costa have colored it for the first time. We hope this new, expanded edition will provide the perfect entry point to the strip that the series had been lacking for a while now. Starting Monday, I'll be publishing updates 5 days a week for the next couple of months as the new stuff is released. You'll be able to see it all right here. For now here is the cover (which I did post here already a couple of months ago -- new strips on Monday, I promise!) and the promotional blurb I'm releasing with it:

Meet Pewfell, a slacker wizard who lives in the fabulous city of Spirekassle. He's married to Tina the warrior princess and works a day job in a local pharmacy. 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...


People around the world enjoy Pewfell because it's an original and hilarious fantasy romp that appeals to smart readers of all ages:

"Pewfell Porfingles: Is kick ass, with extra kick left over in case more ass shows up. Great art, and cool fantasy/sci-fi storylines" — Tycho Brahe, Penny Arcade

"Solid laughs, funny characters, and ludicrous plot points from start to finish...[Chuck] does a very nice job of visually bringing Pewfell’s milieu to life. This remains one of my favorite indy sleepers: a satisfying little book." — Marc Mason,

"[an] online comic masterpiece." — Carson Fire , Creator of ElfLife


"Creative, outrageous, and original — this is an excellent fantasy comic!" — Alden Scott Crow, Zine World


  1. If it wasn't for Pewfell, I'd be drawing daily web strips about talking cats...if anything at all.
    Hail Da' Chuck.

  2. Pewfell was probably the first online comic I ever got into. I remember seeing Chuck's mesmerizing citiscapes and felt that magical feeling come over me.

    Yeah, Chuck makes me feel magical.