Posts Tagged ‘ Kizzy Faw ’

“MoonWraith” Issue #11


Issue #11 of the hit werewolf horror webcomic “MoonWraith” kicks off today!

For those of you not familiar with it, “MoonWraith” is by myself, and my wife Desirée Lee. We write the stories, and do the artwork, and lettering. “MoonWraith” typically posts at the rate of one page per week – Mondays. The exceptions are when a new issue starts – as is the case today – and Halloween – our favorite holiday. On those days, two pages go up. In the case of a new issue starting, the first of those two pages is the cover that new issue.

“MoonWraith” focuses on a young woman named Kizzy Faw who has been sent by the king to use her gift of the Sight to help find the MoonWraith – a talisman used centuries before to create the race of werewolves. Kizzy has found herself on the front lines of the war, without her Sight.

Scott Harper



Just a reminder of the support page Desirée Lee and I have set up on Patreon for our hit webcomic “MoonWraith“. Please help to support this project. Our hope is still to get “MoonWraith” picked up as a movie, or, better still, in its original television series concept. The more visible, and better supported this project is by fan involvement, the better it’ll be for us all!

We want to thank everyone for keeping up with Kizzy Faw and the others by reading “MoonWraith” each week. We truly appreciate you all!

Scott Harper

New Record


Desirée Lee and I saw a record amount of traffic on our webcomic “MoonWraith” yesterday. Our thanks to all of you!

Issue #7 is underway on the site currently. We’re working on Issue #8.

Scott Harper

Many Thanks!


You all know about “MoonWraith” by now, I’m sure. If not, it’s the hit webcomic created, written, and in all other ways produced by Desirée Lee, and myself. Over the past week, the “MoonWraith” Facebook fanpage has picked up 30 new likes. The webcomic itself now boasts over 91,000 hits. We want to say thank you to everyone for the support of this project. It’s a huge part of why “MoonWraith” is sitting on the desk of an Executive Producer, and under serious consideration as development for a film, or TV series, right now.

For those of you who have been hiding under a rock, and aren’t familiar with the phenomenon that is “MoonWraith”, here’s what it’s all about:

“MoonWraith” is a mature-readers horror/action/adventure web-comic set in medieval Europe.

Werewolves, descendents of an original pack created centuries ago by a corrupt sorcerer, have overrun the land. The king ordered the construction of a fortress above an ancient silver mine where scholars and historians believe the talisman used by the sorcerer to create the werewolves is hidden away. This talisman is the MoonWraith.

The king’s men strive to find the MoonWraith in the hopes of using the very thing that created the werewolves to destroy them. The werewolves struggle to keep the MoonWraith from being found, suspecting that it is capable of eradicating their species in one fell swoop.

Kizzy Faw is a Seer, sent by the king to help locate the MoonWraith. However, on her way to the fortress, she and the men escorting her were attacked. Kizzy suffered a head injury, which has robbed her, at least for the time being, of her Sight. She is now trapped in the middle of the war, bereft of the one reason she had for being there in the first place.

“MoonWraith” posts at a rate of one page per week; a new page goes live each Monday – “MoonWraith” Monday. Presently, we’re halfway through Issue #6. This issue wraps up our first story arc. Issue #7 is very nearly ready to go.

Scott Harper

“MoonWraith”—Screenplay Available


Logline: Kizzy Faw is a Seer sent to help locate a mystic talisman, but a head injury has robbed her of her gift, landing her in a war between humans and werewolves.

“MoonWraith” originally began as the concept for a one-hour television drama/horror. I have a pilot script. The most recent draft is the sixth version. This script is the basis for the first story arc of the hit “MoonWraith” webcomic created by myself and Desirée Lee.

Currently, “MoonWraith” is being considered by a potential Executive Producer. However, this individual has not yet come forward with an Option on the project, and has been unable to work “MoonWraith” into his schedule. So, for the moment, this project is still available. Although “MoonWraith” has always been intended as a television series, I would be willing to work with a producer to adapt it as a film, or as a film series. For the television series incarnation of “MoonWraith”, I have a project bible which explains where I see the series going over the first two 13-episode seasons.

Though intended as live-action, “MoonWraith” ought to work well as a CGI project, too. Even a live-action version would require heavy CGI for the werewolf transformations, and other effects.

Anyone interested in reading the “MoonWraith” pilot script can get in touch with me via the “Contact” page of my website.

Scott Harper

Mature Audiences Only—”MoonWraith”


Sorry to jump back to another “MoonWraith” post after doing so many of them recently. I feel that this one is needed, though. Desirée Lee and I have no wish to offend anyone with our work. It happens with all writers, but it isn’t intentional—we want people to enjoy our work, not be bothered by it. Still, “MoonWraith”, the hit webcomic that we write, and in all other ways produce, has that affect on some people.

“MoonWraith” is, as we have said repeatedly in the past, for mature audiences only. “MoonWraith” deals with werewolves. As a result, the webcomic is often violent. And there is sometimes nudity in it, as well. There’s actually a prolonged nude scene playing out in the webcomic right now. As most times only one page of the comic per week is posted, on Mondays, to be exact, it can take a while to get through a single scene sometimes. Because of this, what might only be two or three pages at a time involving nudity can last for two or three weeks. So, it can sometimes seem that “MoonWraith” is full of nudity, when it’s really only a scene here and there. Same goes for the violence. “MoonWraith” is character-driven. But, given the situations Kizzy Faw is dealing with in the story, realistically, there is violence and nudity. Given time, as the plot develops more, expect there to also be some sexual situations playing out in the webcomic.

We’ve said it before, but should reiterate it—”MoonWraith” is a mature-audiences webcomic. It contains violence and nudity. The comic probably isn’t safe for work. It certainly isn’t meant for children. Adults only, please, and enjoy at!

Scott Harper

Issue #6—”MoonWraith”

Please allow me to speak about “MoonWraith“, the webcomic Desirée Lee and I run, one more day. This will make a post a day for six days, each post showing off the cover of an issue. Tomorrow we’ll move on to a different topic.


“MoonWraith” has turned into a hit for us. With just over one hundred pages posted, we have well over 75,000 hits on the comic. When Desirée and I first began adapting “MoonWraith” as a webcomic from my original TV series concept and pilot script, we had a plan. That plan was to promote “MoonWraith” as much as we could, to drive as much traffic to it as we could, and hope that, someday, we could build up a large enough fan base for “MoonWraith” as a webcomic to use to attract the attention of a producer for “MoonWraith” as a television series. The response to “MoonWraith” as a webcomic has been far and away more than we had even hoped for by this point. It has, also, already caught the attention of a producer. So, who knows where that might lead. At this point, it looks as if the producer is more interested in “MoonWraith” as a film, rather than a TV series. But, who knows? Please keep watching for updates—for “MoonWraith”, and all of the other projects Desirée and I have underway.
Also, please check “MoonWraith” out, and let us know what you think of it! “MoonWraith” updates every Monday. Issue #5 is well underway on the site at the moment. Issue #6 is nearly done, and ready for uploading. Which is why the Issue #6 cover shown in this post isn’t resized, yet. Issue #6 is still in progress.

Scott Harper

Issue #5—”MoonWraith”

Again continuing what I’ve talked about the past four days regarding “MoonWraith“, the webcomic Desirée Lee and I run…


“MoonWraith” will, we hope, run for a good, long time. This webcomic is based on a TV series idea I had several years. I wrote a pilot script. Issue #1 – Issue #6 of the webcomic are an adaptation of that script, by the way. I’m very eager to get into Issue #7, and be working on a new story. Issue #5 is playing out right now on the site. Issue #6 is almost ready to upload.


“MoonWraith” as a TV series project went through four agents. Each of them talked big. Yet, after signing with them, each in turn simply sat on the project, and did noting with it. So, Desirée and I began adapting what had been a television series concept as a webcomic.

Please check “MoonWraith” out, and let us know what you think of it! “MoonWraith” updates every Monday.

Scott Harper

Issue #4—”MoonWraith”

To continue what I’ve talked about the past three days regarding “MoonWraith“, the webcomic Desirée Lee and I run…


Nothing goes smoothly on either side of the war. On the human side, Kizzy Faw, after being sent to the mine and fort by the king due to her Sight, has lost her gift. Caspar Ross, the man in charge of the soldiers at the fort, hates and mistrusts Kizzy. Caspar can’t move past the facts that Kizzy’s Sight, red hair, and left-handedness all mark her as a witch.

Over on the werewolf side, Turpin Drue hates Othon, who turned Turpin long ago. Turpin never stops plotting, and trying to undermine Othon. Turpin wants to set himself up as the new pack Alpha. Yes, that’s going to have serious, major repercussions down the road. Those repercussions will involve Turpin’s teenage daughter Willelma in a big way, too. It’ll take us a while to get to that point in the story, but foundations for that blow-out have been laid since the story first began.

Check “MoonWraith” out, and let us know what you think of it! “MoonWraith” updates every Monday.

Scott Harper

Issue #3—”MoonWraith”

Continuing what I’ve talked about the past two days regarding the webcomic Desirée Lee and I run…


MoonWraith” is a story without clear-cut good guys or bad guys. The first werewolves didn’t ask for what happened to them. The curse was forced upon on them. They, and those that have been turned over the centuries, simply do what they do. They do what they need to in order to survive. Unfortunately for them, that puts them at odds with the humans.

The humans, fearing the werewolves, want to wipe them out. Hence Kizzy Faw being sent to the fort and the mine with her gift of Sight by the king. The werewolves don’t want the MoonWraith to be found. After all, the MoonWraith created their race. What if it can destroy the werewolves, too? Othon Yon, and his mate Genevieve, will go to great lengths to keep that from happening to their pack.

Check “MoonWraith” out, and let us know what you think of it! “MoonWraith” updates every Monday. Take a look at today’s new page!

Scott Harper

%d bloggers like this: