Look at this dang RPG

Just when you thought it was safe to look at one of these blog posts, I went and brought you yet another really cool RPG Kickstarter to check out.

This one is for Blades in the Dark. What’s it about? I’M GLAD I IMPLIED YOU ASKED:

“Blades in the Dark is a tabletop RPG about a crew of daring scoundrels building a criminal empire in a haunted city full of thieves.”

Ocean’s 11 meets Dishonored. Boom.

And check out those stretch goals. Because every single one looks great.


Strike

In my ongoing quest to get you people to spend money on neat Kickstarter stuff I stumble across, here’s a little thing called Strike.

Short version: setting agnostic system that delivers all the tactical fun of D&D 4e with none of the mathy bullshit that turned combat into a multi-hour slog.

The game’s already done, the campaign is just to raise funds for some better art and slick layout/editing. Check it out!


Now with working parts!

So, last Friday I posted a link to the new webcomic-ification of Atomic Robo aaaaaand you guys nuked the old server and website.

We spent all weekend building a bigger, better, and badder response to your internet love for robot science adventure, and here it is!

A new issue went up earlier today. It’s the first installment of our second storyline Atomic Robo and the Dogs of War. You probably missed last Friday’s update because the site imploded shortly thereafter, but you can read it starting here if you’re so inclined.

Tell your friends and check out our Patreon for neato extras. It’s the best way to make sure we can keep making comics for you guys. Thanks!


Hey, a webcomic

Remember when I used to do webcomics?

Remember when I started doing print comics?

Well, now my print comic is a webcomic. INSANE BUT ALSO TRUE.

We’re uploading the entire first volume today — it’s taking a while because the site is getting slammed with traffic (hooray!) — and going forward you can expect to get a full issue every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday until we burn through all nine volumes.

That’s when the new content starts going online. Also for free. Should be somewhere in May.

If you’re so inclined, we’ve got a Patreon going so we don’t starve while doing this.

So, hey, if you always wanted to read Atomic Robo, now would be a good time to start!


Two things

One: thanks for the feedback on my goofy hack. It was cool to hear why folks liked it, or didn’t like it, and to get some alternative ideas about this or that part.

Two: there are some terminally obnoxious people who are into Exalted and I wish I never posted the damn thing.