Monthly Archives: November 2005

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Archived Comic #728

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Feeling gamerish (gamey?)

Today’s comic was late. Sorry ’bout that. I’m trying real hard to get at least three ‘toons up again, per week, now that I’m home again for a bit. Fingers (all three of ‘em) crossed. **** I am converting a Warhammer conquistador unit I bought a while ago into a Mordheim band, for a Lustrian […]

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Red Square, Sponsored by Red Bull

One of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen on the face of this earth — right up there with the Grand Canyon and il Duomo in Florence — is St. Basil’s cathedral in Moscow. What it lacks in size it makes up for in an indefinable “surely nobody could have built THAT” quality. I […]

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Archived Comic #727

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Games, Games, Games…

In an effort to relax after two months of nerve-shredding travel, I’m trying to get back to my gaming roots. Picked up Heroscape, a rather nifty, easy-play minis game from Hasbro with tons of cool figs and a really satisfying combat system. (When I have time, I’ll post the Dork Tower stats and templates that […]

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ALL HAIL KING …uh. ..you know…

Home again. **** Kobolds Ate My Baby ships to distributors TODAY! (It would have shipped yesterday, but, uh, we forgot to tell them where to ship it to). We made it in time for the holidays! Woo-hoooo! Run, don’t walk, and see the glorious full-page review KOBOLDS got in the latest Game Trade Magazine. Or […]

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Archived Comic #726

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Archived Comic #725

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Tuesday Morning, 9 a.m.

In Moscow now. It’s cold, but not, you know, COLD. Spent about 20 hours travelling to get here. The low point was the transatlantic Swiss Air A 330, with seats designed, apparently, for the cast of “it’s a small world.” Today is our Air Siberia flight to Chelyabinsk. We’ll see how that compares. Moscow is […]

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