Roll for initiative, players! We're onto part two of our look into the early history of Dungeons and Dragons in comic books. This episode, we're checking out The Dragonlance Saga, the first official DND comic books, which were eventually published by DC Comics. Read the rest of this entry »
Make a history check, players! Today we're kicking off a three-part look at the early history of Dungeons and Dragons in comic books. This episode we're talking about The Realm, a 1980s fantasy series from Arrow Comics that managed to deliver a DND-esque story about before the official brand hit comic shops. Joining us is Kelly Galten of the award-winning game shop Goblin Bros.
Are you ready to emerge from the depths of comics history as we finish Jessika's recent finds from a shop in Massachusetts? This week we're coasting the currents via Aquaman's second volume, a 1980s miniseries that wound up providing a soft reboot to the character and setting him up with the origin story that's pretty much been canon ever since.
It's time to dive into the depths of comic book history as we check out Jessika's recent finds from a shop in Massachusetts. This week we're checking out Saga of the Sub-Mariner, the 1988 series that re-introduced Marvel audiences to the long, long, looooooong history of Marvel's First Mutant.
It's time to discuss the Alterniverse, Marvel's short-lived imprint that ran alternate-world stories (which included What If...? issues). As such, the hosts of Dear Watchers were gracious enough to cross over onto our show and fill in the gaps of our Marvel Multiverse knowledge.