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afternoonyez:

Dice
White stone dice discovered in Egypt from the Roman Period (30 B.C.–A.D. 364).
Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Old school gaming.

oldschoolfrp:

somethingdnd:

geekifyinc:

afternoonyez:

Dice

White stone dice discovered in Egypt from the Roman Period (30 B.C.–A.D. 364).

Source: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

love it

need it

Old school gaming.

magictransistor:

Petrus Apianus, Macrocosme from Astronomicum Caesareum (Ingolstadt), 1540.

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goat-rat:

Woo!! The books were printed and I picked them up yesterday. We are heading out of Nashville to Heroes Con tonight! So excited! As mentioned in my previous post, we are going to be selling/giving/trading these little books, so come up and say hey to us!! 

HereosCon buddies! Keep an eye out for this talented pair, Weston Notestine and Sebastian Jordan.

fantagraphics:

Holy cats! It’s Friday the 13th, a full moon, and — we’ve just discovered 2 cartons of Al Columbia's Biologic Show #0 at our warehouse!
Coincidence? I think not.
If you’re looking for some good old-fashioned twisted horror and beautiful, depraved artwork, look no further! Disclaimer: Fantagraphics is not responsible for any side effects from reading this comic, to include melting eyeballs, temporary insanity, or the sudden desire to turn on all the lights in your house.
Stories in Biologic Show #0 include “Seymour Sunshine,” “Extinction,” “Grinding Larry,” and a tale of Columbia’s waif hero and heroine, Pim and Francie.

READ THIS COMIC.

fantagraphics:

Holy cats! It’s Friday the 13th, a full moon, and — we’ve just discovered 2 cartons of Al Columbia's Biologic Show #0 at our warehouse!

Coincidence? I think not.

If you’re looking for some good old-fashioned twisted horror and beautiful, depraved artwork, look no further! Disclaimer: Fantagraphics is not responsible for any side effects from reading this comic, to include melting eyeballs, temporary insanity, or the sudden desire to turn on all the lights in your house.

Stories in Biologic Show #0 include “Seymour Sunshine,” “Extinction,” “Grinding Larry,” and a tale of Columbia’s waif hero and heroine, Pim and Francie.

READ THIS COMIC.

I finally accept the notion of shorts as part of my wardrobe, just in time to develop old man knees.

I finally accept the notion of shorts as part of my wardrobe, just in time to develop old man knees.

These new glasses gotta live on my face.

These new glasses gotta live on my face.

An Abominable Fancy: Review: The Dungeon Dozen

I usually keep my rpg nerdery tucked away in a distant corner of the Internet where it won’t disturb polite society (that is to say, Google+). But here’s a review I wrote for a blog and a book that I think people from other spheres might enjoy as well.

insolacion:

Fingerprint Man (1951) by Saul Steinberg

insolacion:

Fingerprint Man (1951) by Saul Steinberg

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shelligator:

Two years ago I married this fine fellow Braden Lamb! As with most creative couples we took our invitations VERY SERIOUSLY.   

adorbs

Hey pulpatoon, is this you?

This is the invitation to the wedding of two professional cartoonists, so I suspect this was the work of one or both of them

Not that I’m judging if they have some kind of polyamorous triad with Joel

Good News! My wife has given me permission to “go for it!”