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This is the Avalon Hill version of Snake Pipe Hollow from 1987. It is largely identical in substance, aside of a conversion to the RuneQuest 3 rules system. In presentation, though, this is the superior version, boasting the best cover (look at those creepy toes!), Avalon Hill’s excellent design and typesetting, new (lovely) maps and more illustrations (which are better in quality – though that same dragon snail is in here – but nothing awe-inspiring).<p>The presentation here goes a long way in …
A family photo.<p>The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) [dir. by Tobe Hooper]
Frank Frazetta’s cover for Ralph Bakshi’s “Fire and Ice.” See it if you can…imagine a whole film done in Frazetta’s style.
spikedmcgrath:Vintage poster design for an independent client. #steampunk #airship #Paris #retrofuturism
Vintage poster design for an independent client. #steampunk #airship #Paris #retrofuturism
Star Wars (first edition) ~ West End Games (1987)A 30th anniversary edition of this book has just been released by Fantasy Flight Games
<b>Star Wars</b> (first edition) ~ West End Games (1987)
This is the 1979 edition of Snake Pipe Hollow, for Chaosium’s RuneQuest RPG. Most of Chaosium’s RQ material took the form of sourcebooks or large campaigns. Snake Pipe Hollow is one of only three books from the period that is comparable to D&D’s adventure modules in size and format (the others are Apple Lane and Balastor’s Baracks), which is surprising, because Snake Pipe Hollow was probably the best designed adventure on the market at the time. OK, look, I know the cover art doesn’t exactly …
Eva Henning in Banketten (The Banquet), 1948, dir. Hasse Ekman
Spinning the Investigator portion of the Call of Cthulhu rules off into its own volume makes room for a significant expansion of material.<p>There’s always been a significant amount of attention dedicated to player-facing historical material in Call of Cthulhu – the 1920s is at once much closer to the modern world than a medieval setting, but also subtly removed. The problem with previous 1920 sourcebooks is that they largely feel like history books first and hooks for player integration of the …
– Rodney Matthews
Future Hunters (1986) by Cirio H. Santiago.
Space Rage (1985) by Conrad E. Palmisano.
Nightforce (1987) by Lawrence David Foldes.
<b>MERP: Isengard and Northern Gondor</b> ~ Iron Crown Enterprises (1983)
Grace Jones (1985)