Geek Native has permission to reveal some content and layout of Jim Zub, Stacy King and Andrew Wheeler’s forthcoming Dragons & Treasures.
The project has more than $45,000 pledged, so it should deliver 320+ pages of 5e NPCs, magic items, quests and all with stat blocks and VTT tokens.
Skullkickers is a comic book series from Jim Zub and Edwin Huang. It’s a popular series, with loads and loads of stars on Amazon for the very many volumes.
I presume Humble launched their Leading Ladies comic book bundle on International Women’s Day, and I missed it.
D&D: The Evil at Baldur’s Gate original pages, Japanese Kent illustration paper, cut to an (approximate) US size of 11 x 17 specifically and pencilled by Cummings, are for sale now.
Next month, Jim Zub and Troy Little will give us another comic book D&D and Rick & Morty crossover. The series is Rick & Morty Vs Dungeons & Dragons: Meeseeks #1.
Set in the Forgotten Realms and just before Baldur’s Gate III events, the comic book follows Boo and the others, Minsc, Nerys, Delina, Shandie and Krydle, as they discover something unnatural taking root in their homeland.
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Intended to help with storytelling and creative problem solving, Beasts & Behemoths is written by Jim Zub (who has a D&D Skullkickers Kickstarter live), Stacy King and Andrew Wheeler.
It’s a busy week of RPG news, and a quick scan will stop you missing out on the free D&D downloads from Wizards of the Coast and others, or any of the new releases and headlines.