Writer Alex Woolfson

Alex writes guy-on-guy action-romance comics for women and men to enjoy.

You can read his comics for free at http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/

Looks like the gang’s all here…

Chapter 3, Page 66 of The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy is now up!

http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/archive/ete-ch3-page-66/

Pencils by Adam DeKraker. Colors by Veronica Gandini. Written by and © 2014 Alex Woolfson.

I wonder what’s in the big, crystal box?

Chapter 3, Page 65 of The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy is now up!

http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/archive/ete-ch3-page-65/

Pencils by Adam DeKraker. Colors by Veronica Gandini. Written by and © 2014 Alex Woolfson.

This amused me.

I wonder who will blink first?

Chapter 3, Page 64 of The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy is now up!

http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/archive/ete-ch3-page-64/

Pencils by Adam DeKraker. Colors by Veronica Gandini. Written by and © 2014 Alex Woolfson.

ghostgreen:

erikamoen:

ghostgreen rectifies Oh Joy Sex Toy's serious lack of mermaid with this week's sexy comic!

my comic went up on OJST today :D hope you like! 

Yep, it’s het. But also hot. Totally NSFW. But very cool.

(via boldriley)

welcometopartychat:

A little late but I recently attended Yaoi-Con for the second time and I have to say I had the time of my life!! All the bishops were friendly and funny as always and The Captain’s Savvy Sing-along Crew was the highlight of the first day! The organizers were courteous and friendly. And I got to make some make some new friends.

I got to just chill with a couple my closest friends over the weekend and reconnect with the awesome Dusty and Jack from Mahou Shounen Fight. I got to finally have the pleasure of meeting Owen and Suzana from Tripping over You.

I also got to meet with some of my life’s idols, Emily (Artist from Teahouse) and Alex Woolfson (Writer from Artifice and the Young Protectors) I look up to these two so much as a fellow creator and just as a person. They shared a few moments with me as a fan and I’ll be honest, I was so overwhelmed from meeting Alex I started crying. These people are amazing and they have each helped create something that has deeply touched me and others. I very much admire Emily and CC and how beautiful and dynamic their comic is but Alex’s work touches my soul. He creates stories where the fact that the main character is gay isn’t all the character is. They are fighters, survivors, people with normal problems and everyday lives. He focuses first on the person you see more than their sexuality. Sure there are a few yummy scenes for our viewing pleasure but both he and Emirain create characters you root for, you cry with, and you get angry at. That kind of sharing with your fans is a feeling I envy. They allow me to connect to them on a personal level even though they are almost strangers.

And as cliched as this sounds, this wonderful, amazing people and the stories they have created have seriously helped me through some hard times in my life when all I wanted to do was give up. And for that I am eternally grateful. So I just want to say this:

THANK YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART FOR SHARING SOMETHING SO SPECIAL WITH ME.

You have picked up mood and made me laugh. You have brought me to tears both happy and sad. And whenever I felt alone I could always count on you guys every week for my pick me up. You are all truly amazing and I genuinely hope that you all continue to touch other people as you have touched me.

It’s reactions like these that really make all the hard work of creating a webcomic and posting it up every week totally worth it. I do write to entertain, of course, but my personal goal is to “enrich people’s lives.” Even if it’s in a small way, like prompting a smile at the end of a long day. Hoping to make people’s lives better is a lot of what drives me.

It was a great pleasure meeting you. This was a simply wonderful note to find. Thank you so much for the kind words and for letting me know how you’ve connected with my work. :)

(P.S. For those who have not met me, yes, that is how I smile in real life.

Be afraid. Very afraid.)

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cherrymilkshake:

Dialogue from pages 57 to 63 of chapter 3. If you’re not caught up with TYP, spoilers ahoy.

How to convince Cherry to voice a character: make them female, make them theatrical, and make them mean. Then I can do this voice, and have five million kinds of fun. :D

The Platinum Priestess is The Young Protectors, which I heartily recommend if you like superheroes but with added gay. Or just superheroes. Or just gay. I don’t know your life. 

Don’t die, dude! That’d, like, totally suck!

Chapter 3, Page 63 of The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy is now up!

http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/archive/ete-ch3-page-63/

Pencils by Adam DeKraker. Colors by Veronica Gandini. Written by and © 2014 Alex Woolfson.

Asker shipjumper Asks:
Hi! It was nice to meet you (even if it was super quick) at Ycon this weekend!
alexwoolfson alexwoolfson Said:

So nice to meet you too! :)

Dude, just tell me where you got this awesome tattoo!

Chapter 3, Page 62 of The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy is now up!

http://webcomics.yaoi911.com/archive/ete-ch3-page-62/

Pencils by Adam DeKraker. Colors by Veronica Gandini. Written by and © 2014 Alex Woolfson.