I just read these: The issues were funded one at a time through Kickstarter. I missed all of those (One, Two, Three). But my guy at The 8th Dimension Comic Store hooked me up. I waited til I had all three to dive in. Glad I did. The story is good and the art… Read more »
Feast on this triptych! What a setting! Twilight: 2000, Cyberpunk and High Colonies were among my favourite games of the ’80s and early ’90s. I never got around to layering them together in any formal way. But I sometimes — even now — fever dream about what could have been. Then I watch Outland.
That’s what the ’80s had. It was dystopias as far as the eye could see: Blade Runner (’82), The Running Man (’87) and Akira (’88) are all set in 2019. It seems the stress of the Cold War-ending Reagan era was a sweet-spot match with the (more or less) single generation distance of that… Read more »
Reaper Miniatures just wrapped their Bones V Kickstarter. Good times. They now (well, a year and change from now they will) make four groups each of five bipedal dinosaur-men. Witness the majesty: The top and bottom groups are from Bones 4. The middle two are from the latest funding frenzy. I’ve arranged the sets… Read more »
CRACKIN’ WISE. [p 111] THE YOUNG and THE OLD. YOU are WELCOME.
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I’ve made some headway in my ongoing mission to get into a Spaceport Bar Brawl. But first, let’s talk about the fantasy fights I’ve found. White Dwarf — bless ’em — have been particularly keen. They published four from Feb ’79 to July ’98. First, naturally, we have First Age D&D: Print the above brawl’s… Read more »
Continuing the 41-year cycle, what’s next?: I’m a huge fan of ’38. Go HERE And I’m a big fan of ’79. Go HERE What does 2020 have in store I wonder? Something along the lines of this: Or (or maybe and) this: Though I guess if you want to be cautious you could… Read more »
Very cool. Check it out! I owe Tabletop Minions thanks for putting me onto it. He’s cool too and you should check him out as well.