A World of Her PWN

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A World of Her PWN is an episodic internet series featured on Escapist Magazine. Created by Douglas MacKrell and Samantha Mason, the story revolves around the character Samantha Baker, a journalist for the fictional online gaming magazine, Isometric View. While primarily a live-action series, video-game elements are frequently interspersed throughout the storyline from Samantha's point of view using animation and digital effects. Past video games featured in the series include Super Mario Bros, Mortal Kombat, Pac Man, Guitar Hero, and Resident Evil. The first episode officially aired as part of The Escapist Show on December 16, 2008, after winning an Honorable Mention in the Escapist Film Festival.[1]

The title refers to the slang term Pwn, used primarily in the internet gaming culture to taunt an opponent who has just been soundly defeated (e.g."You just got pwned!").

List of episodes[edit]

Episode Air Date References
Episode 1 - WiFi When We Can Make Love December 16, 2008 Super Mario Bros, The Legend of Zelda, Mortal Kombat
Episode 2 - Holding Out for a Guitar Hero January 20, 2009 Guitar Hero, Pac Man, Final Fantasy
Episode 3 - What's Gabe Got To Do With It March 6, 2009 Penny Arcade, Resident Evil 5
Episode 4 - No Rest For the Wii-cked! April 3, 2009 Silent Hill, The Legend of Zelda, Katamari Damacy
Episode 5 - From Rushing with Love May 22, 2009 Sonic the Hedgehog, Ghostbusters, Grand Theft Auto 4, Spider-Man, World of Warcraft, Super Mario Brothers 3

Journalism[edit]

The characters in A World of Her PWN have also been featured in video journalism segments on Escapist Magazine, filmed during the 2009 New York Comic Con.

Coverage Air Date Interviews With
The Escapist Presents: NY Comic Con 09: Cryptic Studio February 21, 2009 Cryptic Studios - Star Trek Online and Champions Online
The Escapist Presents: NY Comic Con 09: Continued Coverage February 25, 2009 Madworld, Zuda Comics Night Owls series, Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company, Ghostbusters: The Video Game

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