PvP, Volume 1: PvP at Large

PvP Volume PvP at Large Office hijinks role playing games teenage geeks in love old high school rivals and a Troll who s run away from home It s just another average day at PvP Magazine Landscape format trade paperback

  • Title: PvP, Volume 1: PvP at Large
  • Author: Scott R. Kurtz
  • ISBN: 9781582403748
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Office hijinks, role playing games, teenage geeks in love, old high school rivals, and a Troll who s run away from home It s just another average day at PvP Magazine Landscape format trade paperback.

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    About “Scott R. Kurtz

    • Scott R. Kurtz

      Scott Kurtz has been self publishing his comics to the world wide web since 1998 His work has been nominated for the Harvey Award and in 2006 won the prestigious Eisner Award for best digital comic.He co founded the new webcomics with his peers to help promote and develop the independent work of online cartoonists.Mr Kurtz lives in Dallas, TX with his wife Angela.PvP is read globally by over 150,000 daily readers.



    459 thoughts on “PvP, Volume 1: PvP at Large

    • (Review originally published on LibraryThing on December 5, 2012)Scott Kurtz continues to publish his fun PvP web comic, but now for Image Comics. The main difference between this book and the Dork Ages trade is that this collection is a reprint of Kurtz's web material in print form.This was a good set of strips from Kurtz, involving the introduction of a potential love interest for Francis (who of course is a girl gamer who wipes the floor with him before he knows she's female) and Max Powers, [...]


    • Audience: ages 13 and upPvP, or Player vs. Player is a video game magazine with a staff full of gaming nerds. Between Nerf gun wars and Dungeons and Dragons day at the office, most of the team's time is dominated with geeky activities and discussions. With the running theme of generational differences and the progression of gaming, Kurtz is careful to jokingly mock every type of gaming nerd.With simply drawn, cartoony characters and great attention to nuanced expression, Kurtz's artwork offers a [...]


    • One might expect an avid fan of Penny Arcade to be some Kurtz-hating automaton driven by nothing but righteous fury and eternal enmity towards other webcomics who play opposite them in epic battlefields. Nay. I do not have a ninja versus pirate mentality when it comes to PA vs. PVP (though I DO have a ninja versus pirate mentality when it comes to ninjas and pirates - GO NINJAS!)I received my first PVP book as a birthday present about three years ago. I had only ever seen a few strips before tha [...]


    • I've become addicted to web comics. This one is my current favorite. The jokes are a little crude sometimes, but the panda always makes me laugh.


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