Pascalle Lepas is a cartoonist and the creator of Wilde Life. Born in 1984, she got started cartooning when she co-created the science fiction webcomic Zap! with Chris Layfield in 2003. After Zap! ended on September 28, 2014, she launched Wilde Life the next day, September 29th, by releasing the entire first chapter. She has a degree in Graphics Design from the University of Tulsa and currently lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Notable Works Edit
Zap! - A science fiction comic co-created with Chris Layfield in 2003. It focused around the adventures of the crew of the spaceship Excelsior, most notably Reona Lightstar, who has been said by Pascalle to have been the true hero of the story, and the eponymous Zap Vexler, captain of the Excelsior. Zap ended on September 28, 2014.
Princess King - A brief autobiographical two-panel comic posted to her tumblr Pascalle created as “a warmup before starting other illustration work.” It quickly went viral, after being reblogged by popular tumblr users without attribution.
Stupid Thor Comics - A small series of comics about Thor and Loki from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Wilde Life - A supernatural comic created, written and drawn by Pascalle with flats by her assistant, Deanna, set in a town name Podunk Oklahoma about the misadventures of Oscar Wilde, a journalist who's just moved in from Chicago, as he stumbles across beings and creatures from Native American folklore and mythology. It began on September 29, 2014. Pascalle has said there are years of stories in Wilde Life she would like to tell and will continue to tell them as long as she is able to earn a living doing so. She began working on Wilde Life full time in January of 2016.
- She hosts streams for her patrons roughly once a week and doodle streams free for everyone to attend roughly monthly on Picarto. Though anyone may attend doodle streams, only patrons may make doodle suggestions.
- She has a cat named Badger whom she frequently compares visually to Gmork, from The Neverending Story.
- Her name, when typed without spaces, can link to a repetition of itself. E.g. Pascallepascalepascallepas...
- ↑ http://www.womenyoushouldknow.net/pascalle-lepas-created-princess-king-then-social-media-took-her-viral-comic-from-her/