We’ve followed Wes Molebash for quite some time. First when he worked on You’ll Have That, and now on his Charlie and Gloria series. While Wes continues to work on web comics, he still has time to do work for the community, like his poster for the local high school Spring Play of Bye, Bye Birdie.
Wes Molebash, friend of the site, and creator of the web comic You’ll Have That, dropped us an email yesterday alerting us to his new web comic venture – Max vs. Max. It would seem that Maxwell Stantonâ€™s worst enemy is, well . . . Maxwell Stanton.Â Recently divorced and struggling to find direction in his life, Max does his best to stay optimistic while wrestling with his insecurities and feelings of guilt.Â Fortunately for Max, he has an awesome group of friends and a loving family to help him out and kick him in the pants. Max vs. Max
The last time we had Wes Molebash on the show, he mentioned a new project was in the works. This is a crappy looking .gif image, but I wanted to give you guys a taste of whatâ€™s to come.Â Stay tuned for the actual launch date which will be pretty soon.Â Iâ€™m already working on my buffer… Well, he did say it wasn’t his Zuda Kittens project.Â Charlie looks like an interesting character, so we’ll just have to talk with Wes real soon about his new endeavor. via YHT.com
This is pretty sad news for fans of the You’ll Have That web comic by Wes Molebash. Iâ€™ve been struggling with a way to present this bit of news eloquently, so Iâ€™m just gonna lay it all out there in one big pile: Iâ€™ve decided to end YHT. This decision was not an easy one, and Iâ€™ve spent a lot of time thinking about it and talking it over with my friends and family.Â 2008 has been a difficult year for me personally, and I believe that now is as a good a time as any to end one project
The last time we talked with Wes Molebash he did say everything was cool with Viper Comics, but I thought it strange he had started his own You’ll Have That website seperate from Viper.Â Wes himself sent us an e-mail yesterday breaking the news of the split. I have recently decided to part ways with my publisher, Viper Comics, in favor of self-publishing my comic strip.Â Today, Sept. 1, marks the first day that my comic will be exclusively published online at www.yhtcomic.com!Â I’m really excited about this move toward self-publishing, and I’ve got several things in the works for
Wes Molebash has some video promos of his web comic You’ll Have That. God, I love that comic. Even though the promo has low production value, it’s the joke that makes me laugh and reminds me why it is one of the sites I must visit each day. [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=h-wYxWKeVN0[/youtube] via You’ll Have That
I’m a big fan of Wes Molebash and his webcomic You’ll Have That, so I’m more than happy to pass along information about a gallery showing of his work. The exhibit runs from July 17 until August 25, 2007 at the Pump House Art Gallery Chillicothe, OH 45601 740.772.5783
Wes Molebash over at You’ll Have That has been experimenting with different art styles. Today he posted a sketch of the series character Katie. I like it. Don’t know if Wes is up doing the whole cast like this on a regular basis, but it would be interesting to see. via You’ll Have That (link)
Not much info on this new project by Dead@17 creator Josh Howard, other than this cool looking image. Sasquatch looks like it will be a compilation book using the talents of many from Viper Comics, including You’ll Have That’s Wes Molebash. We’ll update you when we have more information. via This Is Not a Hoax (link)
If you’re not reading “You’ll Have That”, the question is “Why the F*#@ Not?” If you haven’t heard of “You’ll Have That”, then I got nothing for you, except get over to You’ll Have That and begin reading now. You’ll Have That: Volume 1 has been out for a while, and you may still be able to find a copy at Amazon.com, and now this holiday season, you can sit by the fire roasting chestnuts and laughing yourself silly with You’ll Have That: Volume 2 from Viper Comics. “Wes’s strip just keeps getting better and better,” said Viper Comics President
– By Stephen Schleicher You’ll Have That made its debut on the Viper Comics webpage in 2004. In that time, Wes Molebash’s semi-autobiographical webcomic has gathered a nice following. Recently I had a chance to talk with Wes about You’ll Have That, how it came about, and where it will go in the future. Yup, spoilers ahead!