Pick of the Week: Woody After Hours

What is Woody After Hours:

Woody After Hours is about a group of people who work at a late-night talk show in the historical, but rapidly declining,  Sir Walter Raleigh Theater in Raleigh, NC.  It follows the life of Woody and his cast and crew as they try to make a name for themselves in the Late Night talk show industry.  His cast and crew may not always agree with Woody and his antics but they always come thru for him…well most times.

About the Webcomic and the artist:

Woody After Hours is a long form webcomic, with an ongoing back story of Woody, his wife, and his cast and crew trying their best to make a Late Night talk show that will draw folks in and keep them there for the next showing.   One thing that sets this webcomic apart from any other webcomic following a cast is the guest appearances that Woody After Hours brings.  Since this webcomic is based on a talk show all talk shows need guests and Woody After Hours has seen their share of very talented guests sit across from him which many of you will recognize.

Woody After Hours is written by Ben Carter and illustrated by Paul Westover.

WAH is a very funny, well written webcomic that you will easily enjoy. The story line is broken up by funny and zany product placements, guest appearances, and the day to day antics of Woody and his crew.


With a new comic every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and a review of real late-night talk shows on Tuesdays and Thursdays you’re guaranteed to be entertained 5 days a week with Woody After Hours.

 

Website: http://www.woodyafterhours.com/

Follow Ben Carter on twitter – http://www.twitter.com/woodyafterhours

Follow Paul Westover on twitter – http://www.twitter.com/paulwestover


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5 Comments

  1. I really like this strip, and not just because Crowbar was in it! Really well written with clean, consistent artwork, gem of a strip. On my must-read list for sure.

    • WAH is such a great webcomic, Paul and Ben collaborate awesomely together. It’s always funny, and the addition of the guests from other webcomics is such a great tactic with this series.

  2. I really enjoy WAH. It’s got so much going for it that it never seems to get old or tired.

    The concept is unique, the characters are hilarious and have personality, and the guests really make it exciting. It’s like “What if [my webcomic character] appeared on Letterman.

    I truly enjoyed my stint working with Ben and Paul. The combination of their writing and artwork is gonna set this series apart from your everyday humdruum.

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