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The webcomic follows the events at a fictional video game magazine company.
Featuring many running gags and references, with a focus on nerd culture. The comic chronicles the adventures of a fictional video game magazine company (later to become a video game publisher) and its employees.
It features many running gags that are actually references to running gags from other media (television programs, films, games, cartoons, etc.).
A popular but often controversial figure in the field of online comics, Kurtz is usually willing to share his opinions about comics and gaming culture in his blog, which is hosted on the same website as his comic strips.
Originally, Pv P focused on video gaming and the larger "nerd culture" including comics and RPGs.
1described it as one of the first game-based comics, but not the original, saying, "neither Scott Kurtz's Pv P nor Jerry Holkins and Michael Krahulik's Penny Arcade were the first gaming-themed webcomic on the Internet." Over the years, the humor has broadened to include technology jokes, relationship humor, in-jokes about and mocking of the generation gaps between the different characters, with gaming increasingly taking a back seat.