Friend of the show Jim Zub is back on the Vintage RPG Podcast this week, with a bag full of fun new projects. First off is the Skullkickers Kickstarter: Caster Bastards and the Great Grotesque, a comic and RPG supplement that celebrates the 10th anniversary of his love letter to pulp and D&D. We also talk about the forthcoming Beasts & Behemoths, the latest installment of the Young Adventurer’s Guides, and the Stranger Things: Dungeons & Dragons comic book.
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2 thoughts on “Beasts & Behemoths and More!”
The part where Jim tells how powerful it was to play D&D at 8yo, made me really emotional. I play RPG with my kids (they prefer “Amazing Tales” and the Nosolorol’s “Adventure Time” RPG, though) and I like to think that these experiences will somehow help to shape the adults they’ll become.