Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Book Review: Simply Weird The Fake History Of Weird Comics Incorporated A Fake Comic Book Company

Recently at VisionCon in Branson I ran across an author I thought you all should take a look at.  Not only has he written a unique book, he's also an Actor, Director, Producer and all around nice guy.  We chatted for a bit, and we discussed a review of his latest piece.

William Robert Webb III was born on Friday the 13th in the month of June in the year 1986. He has always had an interest in writing. Webb has also worked in film, recently working as a Camera Operator and Actor on the Horror movie PMS Cop.He currently resides in Springfield, Missouri and is friends with Missouri artist Ian Cambpell who Illustrated the cover to this book.

Simply Weird The Fake History Of Weird Comics Incorporated A Fake Comic Book Company

Weird Comics Incorporated (AKA WCI) is known for its odd characters such as Koltar The Mighty Immortal, The Crimson Protector, Moonchild, Captain Saltire and Claws Son of Santa.

You could find out how such characters were created and about the lives of their creators . . . well you could if WCI actually existed.

In reality William Robert Webb III has created a fictional history for a comic book company that never was. Here you can read about this completely made up yet fascinating company.

At first the book Simply Weird: The (fake) History of Weird Comics Incorporated, a (fake) Comic Book Company will make you ask why was this written and then by the time you finish reading it you won't care.

If your into the Comic Industry, whether you into the characters, or dressing up in CosPlay, or an Artist.  You will find this book entertaining, and an easy read.  And you will actually speed though this thing in no time.

I recommend you take a peak into the world of Simply Weird. 

Article is by Jason Mansfield: Anomalous Environmental Studies Analyst™ with Paranormal Studies of Arkansas found at www.hauntedarkansas.net, Voice Over Artist, Film maker at Binary Entertainment www.binaryentertainment.com, Folklorist, Horror Enthusiast, Writer, Squatchologist™ & Legend Hunter

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