Thursday, March 26, 2015

From Blogger to WordPress

Greetings 3twins fans,

Blogger_logo-6You may have noticed that a few months ago we changed the main page of our website to a WordPress blog. In that time we have been slowly phasing out our blog on This will officially be the final post on our blog as we have been posting on both our site and blogspot since the launch of the WordPress on

The goal of WordPress was to keep people on our site and make it easier for people to stay on our site to check out our old cartoons or comics as well as look into our progress on the game(s). We are still new to using WordPress and the layout/look of all pages on will be evolving as time goes on. We had hoped to have another new look to the site by this time, but as is understandable, the unexpected and tragic death of our COO did set plans back a bit.
However, we are moving forward and you can expect more good changes in the weeks and months to come.
I for one cherish the time we had on blogspot, but it is time to move on.

If you find this post after March of 2015 please check out more posts at our website:

Thank you,

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The New Aquaman and Batman versus Superman

So here we have the first look at Jason Momoa as the fiercest Aquaman I believe could ever have been imagined. Seeing him, I am immediately taken by a thought, which is that DC Movie Universe is VERY SERIOUS about being more than just a credible threat to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is aiming to dethrone the Marvel juggernaut (pun intended).

DC/WB and Zach Snyder (with Christopher Nolan behind thescenes) are (IMHO) champing at the bit to take on Disney/ Marvel at their own game by being grittier, more stylistic, and loads darker than the Avengers, Of course that is just the impression I am getting from the promotional stills. I could be wrong, but, again, it is the feeling I get looking at the promotional pics from the set of Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. What do you think?

~S. LaDon Ware (Steven)

Image Sources:

Jason Momoa Becomes Aquaman: Google Images, 2015,
Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice: Google Images, 2015,

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Hooked, Line and Sinker

Have you ever begun following a story but then realized you really just didn't care if you ever finished it, so you walked away? Have you ever been so into a story that when it was over you felt sad that you'd never get to experience more?

There's a quality that all storytellers work to capture in everything they do that invokes a connection to their audience: emotion. It was an emotional connection to the fans that made the TV show Firefly a hit, although it ran for only a season; brought Futurama back from cancellation; and made Harry Potter a household name. It's also often what's missing when the best review you can give is "meh."

What about you? What stories "hooked" you so deeply that you couldn't wait to hear more? Or, what stories were so bad that you wanted to like them but just couldn't find it in yourself to care? Now is the time to share your experiences, so sound off in the comment section. 

~Jason Mutzfeld

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Greetings from Indiana Comic-Con!

Several members of the 3twins crew are down in Indianapolis this weekend. We're having a great time meeting some of our heroes like the legendary comic writers and artists, Denny O'Neil, Mark Waid, and Greg Land, and voice-over titans like Billy West and Paige O'Hara, as well as television and screen icons like Carrie Fisher and Jenna Coleman!

We're also handing out flyers about our upcoming PC/Android/Nintendo Wii U game, Of Mages & Pages. You can check out the front of the flyer image in this post! I’ll share further details with you later, so stay tuned. 

~Jason Kuder

Friday, March 13, 2015

Interview with Steven Ware, CMO of, Inc.

At we love to tell stories, and we’ve had the fun of using a variety of mediums to do so: web-comics, cartoons, and most recently video games. The common factor in each of these genres is that they’re visual mediums. Thus, we wouldn’t be where we are today without our talented artists. Today I’d like to help you get to know one of those artists, who also happens to be our Chief Mission Officer: Steven Ware. I recently had the privilege of interviewing Steven for my series of interviews with the Of Mages & Pages team, and I think you’ll enjoy hearing from him:

Surine: Hello Steven! For starters, why don't you tell us a little bit about yourself?

Ware: To quote Steve Martin from The Jerk; "I was born a poor, black child" in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in 1967 the youngest of four boys. My mother raised us by herself, made sure that we attended church regularly, and we all have a spark of something creative in us.

At 23 I met my first wife and soon found myself in Colorado for 13 years. Those years in Colorado produced my amazing daughter Makayla (a published book author at 7-years-old), a lot of memories, and some hard life lessons.

After a year back in Kalamazoo, I took a chance and moved to Savannah, GA, which I am proud to call my home now. Things have not always gone the way I wanted them in Savannah, but I know that this is where the Lord has led me and that I have work to do here.

S: How did you initially get involved in

W: In that year back in Kalamazoo, I met the Kuder Brothers while attending Lake Center Bible Church with Tom Cox and his beautiful family. I started as a cover artist for a few Hatman & Indigo comics, which led to becoming a comic-book illustrator for Hatman.

S: Your position with is the Chief Mission Officer. What does this role entail?

W: 3twins has made it a point that the entertainment we produce needs to be family-friendly and uplifting. I have been tasked with making sure that whatever media we are delivering to our customers, be it comics, video games, animation, movies or even merchandise, meets those standards.

S: What is your role within the game Of Mages & Pages?

W: I am, along with the amazing Michael Lude, character and map designer for the games.

S: Can you tell us about your history as an artist? How did you get started? What has inspired you along the way?

W: I have been drawing since my earliest memory. I have been blessed to have had many talented teachers and mentors while growing up, though I have had no formal art-school training. I am always inspired by what I see, artistically, in the world around me, the new and different, and anything that challenges me creatively.

S: What can you tell us about your process for designing characters and other content for the game?

W: Reading the storylines from the game, having discussions with Jason about how he sees the character, then pulling from various resources – thank God for the inter-webs – for ideas and inspiration.

S: Who is your favorite character to draw in the universe and why?

W: Before the game I would have said Indigo or perhaps Super Cold Frozen Man, though I have a soft spot for the Mad Hatter, since he was the focal point of the first full comic I drew for 3twins, because they were so much fun to draw. Since the game I have fallen head-over-heels in love with Xilva the Elf. She is feminine, yet such a strong character. There's also Thafi, Mathos' daughter, for her subtle evil-ness. Is that a word?

S: In addition to artwork, I also understand that you'll be lending your voice to the characters Nyln and Fred the Yellow Wizard for Of Mages & Pages. What can you tell us about these characters, and where did you get the inspiration for their voices?

W: I have been doing voices since I was a kid, imitating comedy greats like Cosby, Murphy and Pryor, so having the opportunity to lend my voice to the characters in the game is a treat. Nyln is a powerful character, though a little dense, being made of rock and all. I used to tell African folk tales years ago; I used a heavy, rough voice for the leopard, and am using that as the basis for Nyln. I think Fred, being a Pollywoggle, will have an interesting voice to conjure up. I have a few ideas, though.

~Steve Surine