Mazeworld wiki

Mazeworld wiki

Wed, 2011-06-15 11:20

Mazeworld the comic strip is now an entry on Wikipedia. No surprise to me as I had some input into it’s copy and supplied the image. This information is being passed on to give the world at large the opportunity if so moved to make some additions and do some editing. It is described as ‘an orphan‘ which seems a little forlorn. To find it one needs to use both ‘Mazeworld’ and ‘Wikipedia’ in the search. Or use this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maze_World
Note to Wikipedia; the instructions for adding images are torturous. Understand reasons for editorial caution but really. And who can change the heading? Mazeworld in this connection is all one word.

Mazeworld the comic strip is now an entry on Wikipedia. No surprise to me as I had some input into it’s copy and supplied the image. This information is being passed on to give the world at large the opportunity if so moved to make some additions and do some editing. It is described as ‘an orphan‘ which seems a little forlorn. To find it one needs to use both ‘Mazeworld’ and ‘Wikipedia’ in the search. Or use this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maze_World
Note to Wikipedia; the instructions for adding images are torturous. Understand reasons for editorial caution but really. And who can change the heading? Mazeworld in this connection is all one word.

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I discovered this story originally when I was a college student at the University of North Carolina (in the U.S.)and when it was published in B&W by Caliber in the ~1998. The story with its unreliable narrator/protagonist (similar to An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce) and certainly Ranson's hypnotizing artwork resonated with me for many years. Recently, I pulled my old copy out of a dusty long box and decided to re-read it. It's still as vivid a world to me now as it was then. I am so pleased to see it published online. Now, I'm hunting for my own printing of the story in color along with other Ranson's amazing work.

Hullo Ian,
I am afraid you will have to wait until November until 'Rebellion publish 'Mazeworld'. It is available as a pre-order on Amazon. I know the Bierce story - it was also made into a movie - and can see the connection. Glad you liked it, even in black and white, and thank you for