Judge Dredd & The Worlds of 2000 AD use EN Publishing's WOIN system (What's Old is New), and Strontium Dog was written by Darren Pearce, Marc Langworth and John White.
Rebellion suggests that the story is considered to be one of the most important in British comics history, mature, morally-complex and which confirmed Judge Dredd's position as one of the most politically charged comics out there.
RPG news summary on the week the internet debated whether Love Magic was creepy or not, a heavy metal band released a D&D adventure, and there was one last chance to buy Adventures in Middle-earth.
The deals are available until February 24th and aim to put either WOIN (What's O.L.D. is N.E.W.) or Judge Dredd and the World of 2000 AD RPGs into your pocket.
We catchup and roundup the latest RPG news, Kickstarters, and D&D tips and tricks. All this is squeezed in a handy to speed-read bullet point list.
A bullet-point collection of RPG news headlines, gaming discoveries, hints and tips from the week.
We're halfway through the year, and it's Superhero Week here on Geek Native. So let's wheel around to DrivethruRPG's sister site DriveThruComics and see what's going on.
So it’s taken us a year to get to it, but genre police is going to finally look at the genre that inspired its name. The Police procedural is perhaps the most popular television genre of the last thirty years, without thinking I could list upwards of twenty shows that fit the pattern.…
Judge Dredd was last an RPG back in the days of d20 and D&D 3e. Today the iconic lawman’s new home was firmly established as EN Publishing then Morrus’ Kickstarter funded in less than 10 minutes.…
In the last week of August, EN Publishing announced they’d won the rights from Rebellion to do a Judge Dredd and The Worlds of 2000 AD RPG. We were told there is a Kickstarter coming in September, that other 2000AD titles like Slaine and Rogue Trooper would follow and that the RPG would use the WOIN game engine.…