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    Not a pony! GreyOne's Avatar
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    RPG Print Comics

    I was going to make a poll of all the rpg comics we've seen over the years, but couldn't remember anything beyond: Knights of the Dinner Table, Wormy, Fineous Fingers, and Snarfquest. Others?

 

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    There was that short-lived Forgotten Realms series back in the late 80's. I believe that there was supposed to be a new D&D series coming out soon, but I haven't seen anything out of it since the promo copy given out at GC.
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    The new D&D comic is up to issue 2, for a total of 3 - 0, 1, 2. It's pretty fun. It reads a lot like somebody's Story Hour.

    There was also KoDT Illustrated, Order of the Stick has done print, there have been Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms comics, and Kenzer did a D&D comic in the early 3e era.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kanegrindar View Post
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    There was that short-lived Forgotten Realms series back in the late 80's.
    Yeah I have them, well four issues, I think that's all there was. The illustration was pretty good and the story not too bad, form what I remember I'll dig them out.
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    Damn you and your perfectly valid criticism!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
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    Yeah I have them, well four issues, I think that's all there was. The illustration was pretty good and the story not too bad, form what I remember I'll dig them out.
    That wouldn't surprise me, since that was back in the day when Marvel and DC putting out and quickly tossing away series left and right.
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    DC did Advanced Dungeons and Dragons, Spelljammer, and Forgotten Realms

    Kenzer published a number of 3E D&D mini-series: Dungeons and Dragons Black and White, In the Shadow of Dragons, and Where Shadows Fall

    Devil's Due has produced a number of FR, Dragonlance and Salvatore miniseries, like Dragonlance: The Legend of Huma, Dragonlance: Saga, Dragonlance: Chronicles, Streams of Silver, Starless Night, Sojurn, and Legend of Drizz't.

    There is a hardback Forgotten Realms comic, Forgotten Realms The Forbidden Sands of Anauroch, that had one issue with a second listed; never have found the second one. Done in an anime style, the comic also has 3e game stats for the PCs and some monsters.

    The new D&D comic is written by JonRog, so no wonder it sounds like a Story Hour

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    JonRog? Cool! I'll have to try and track down those issues then.
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    For other RPG-related comics:

    Dragon had Yamara, Pinsom, What's New with Phil and Dixie, The Twilight Empire,
    Dork Tower. Floating in Timeless Space, Gunnar Thorson, Libram X, Nodwick, and Zogonia (Dungeon had Mt Zogon, I think).

    White Dwarf had Thrud the Barbarian and Gobbledegook

    JTAS had The Travellers, though I doubt you could really call it an ongoing strip

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    I remember the AD&D comic from the late 80's. The characters in the comics were bitching about the rules changes for 2nd Ed.

    " Magic missile is useless now!" Funny stuff.

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    "The record of lodoss war" manga was a comic about a d&d campaign.

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    Does Murphy's Rules count?
    I would think so.
    You also have the Phil and Dixie work in the M:TG magazine The Duelist; there are two collected volumes and Vol 2 finally has 'Sex and D&D'.

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    i thot Dragon #350 had the sex in d&d strip.
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    I remember an small press comic years ago called, I think, The Realm that was ostensibly linked to gaming.

    [Edit: Oh, yes, here it is. ]
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    Quote Originally Posted by WayneLigon View Post
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    White Dwarf had Thrud the Barbarian and Gobbledegook
    Warhammer Monthly ran a bunch of comics... my favorite being the Kal Jerico series.

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