I didn’t write it. I just redrew it, edited the crap out of it, then published it.
I grew up reading Snarf Quest. And drooling over Larry Elmore’s artwork. When we became friends, I asked why it was never published. When he told me that none of the originals survived, and all he had were crappy scans made back in the 80s, I just had to restore it back to its glory days.
“Who doesn't love Snarf?
Larry's artwork alone is a reason to love this book but the characters are so funny and enjoyable, you'll love the story just as much. Just when you think you've found your favorite character, a new one is introduced that you'll love just as much.”
“Had only read a handful of strips from Dragon back in the day so I was really pleased when I got my hands on a copy. Was not disappointed.”
“I remember reading a few of these comics back in Dragon Magazine back in the 80's and when I saw this I picked it up for the nostalgia if nothing else. Its a rather fun and amusing comic with lots of geeky humor that does well even today among the tabletop crowd.”
Maxwell Alexander Drake, or Drake as he prefers to be called, is an award-winning Science Fiction/Fantasy Novelist, Playwright, Tie-In Writer, Graphic Novelist, and Writing Instructor. He is best known for his fantasy series, The Genesis of Oblivion Saga, as well as being the Lead Fiction Writer for Sony’s EverQuest Next Massive Online Video Game.