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Category Archives: pulp revival
I have never owned a Dungeon Masters Guide.
In 1979 a company called Tactical Studies Rules published Dungeon Master’s Guide, which was the third hardcover book in their extensive reworking of the Dungeons & Dragons game. The growth of the game’s popularity had been explosive, considering that the … Continue reading
A while back I tried to listen to the audiobook of Neal Stephenson’s Snow Crash. I gave up on it for two reasons. First, I didn’t find any of the characters engaging, and second, the world in which it is set … Continue reading
Currently listening to John Wyndham’s excellent novel The Day Of The Triffids, narrated by Graeme Malcolm, who does a fine job, a very matter-of-fact, practical delivery that really suits the material. It’s a post-apocalyptic survival story. A freak meteor shower … Continue reading
In response to my recent post on the Pulp Revival movement, Rampant Coyote of Rampant Games wrote What Is The Pulp Aesthetic? He makes a number of good points, but the one that I’d like to address at the moment is … Continue reading