PvP Awesomology: Volume 1

PvP Awesomology: Volume 1 PDF/EPUB è PvP Awesomology:
  • Hardcover
  • 600 pages
  • PvP Awesomology: Volume 1
  • Scott R. Kurtz
  • English
  • 10 October 2019
  • 9781582408187

About the Author: Scott R. Kurtz

webcomics with his peers to help promote and develop the independent work of online cartoonistsMr Kurtz lives in Dallas, TX with his wife AngelaPvP is read globally by over , daily readers.


PvP Awesomology: Volume 1❴Read❵ ➵ PvP Awesomology: Volume 1 Author Scott R. Kurtz – Johndore.co.uk From Eisner AwardWinning Scott Kurtz comes an oversized hardcover of his comic book series PvP tells the story of a fictional video game magazine company and its employees Starring Brent the master cy From Eisner AwardWinning Scott Kurtz comes an oversized hardcover of his comic book series PvP tells the story of a fictional video game magazine company and its employees Starring Brent the master cynic, Jade his columnist girlfriend, Francis the gaming kid, Skull the adorable childlike troll yep, you read that right and , PvP takes a hilarious look at nerd culture The PvP Awesomology is an oversized hardcover PvP Awesomology: PDF/EPUB ² that collects the books: PvP The Dork Ags, PvP At Large, PvP Reloaded, PvP Goes Bananas and PvP Striptease featuring the first three years of the comic strip.

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10 thoughts on “PvP Awesomology: Volume 1

  1. Nicolo Yu says:

    The rating I give this oversized, slipcased hardcover collection that originally appeared as a webcomic has nothing to do with the overall quality of Scott Kurtz’s creation. Player Vs. Player (PvP) is one of the best webcomics available today. It is an engaging series that takes on pop culture, specifically the gaming subculture though other areas like toys, comics and movies are touched upon as well. The humor is sometimes infantile and predisposed to fart jokes, especially in its early years but that humor has matured and become understated as the years progressed. It would not hurt to it out here and it won’t cost you a cent. My gripe would center on the content the author decided to preserve for posterity in a hard copy.

    I bought this pricey tome because I thought I would be getting the entire seven years worth of strips preserved for posterity in a nice format that would look alongside my oversized hardcovers and absolute editions and to support the webcomic that I have come to enjoy these past few years. Instead, it lacks a large chunk of those early strips. I know they were missing because I’ve read the entire run online and that the author wrote about it in the book’s introduction. The strip’s entire run is available online but I thought that a book that purports itself to be an “Awesomology” and at a three figure price point would have included those missing strips.

    The introduction also said the book took a lot of time to be prepared for publication; original files were located, collected and resized. It is too bad that the author didn’t ensure to correct the typographical errors in his strips’ dialogues before it was reprinted in this collection. The strip has had a major problem in misspelling especially in its early years that the author jokingly acknowledged it in one of his strips included here. It is also not in color but in crisp grayscale, the strips appear in full color online.

    Admittedly, I did enjoy the reading strips again in a physical copy. The author gets a whole lot better as the years pass and as he mastered his craft. The progression of his storytelling skills is evident as I read the book from cover to cover. My gripes could be considered nitpicking but I believe the missing strips to be a valid concern. Overall, especially online, PvP is a four star read. But the product presented here in this spiffy package and its content or lack thereof can only muster two stars from me. This would encourage me to continue reading it online and avoid any print editions. After all, the author did intend his creation to be read online and that is the way it should be.