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Full Frontal Nerdity #1 Four Gamers. No Lives. Roll For Initiative. From the mind of a guy who has two coveted copies of the Deities and Demigods sourcebook with Cthulhu and Elric in them comes Full Frontal Nerdity. It's a comic strip about being fans of gaming, comics, movies, and other socially unacceptable things. We have Renaissance Festivals, homebrew games, a trip to E3, and strips from Scrye magazine and Comics Buyer's Guide.
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Full Frontal Nerdity #2 Four Gamers. No Lives. Roll For Initiative. From the mind of a guy who has two coveted copies of the Deities and Demigods sourcebook with Cthulhu and Elric in them comes Full Frontal Nerdity. It's a comic strip about being fans of gaming, comics, movies, and other socially unacceptable things. We have Renaissance Festivals, homebrew games, a trip to E3, and strips from Scrye magazine and Comics Buyer's Guide.
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Full Frontal Nerdity #3 Four Gamers. No Lives. Roll For Initiative. From the mind of a guy who has two coveted copies of the Deities and Demigods sourcebook with Cthulhu and Elric in them comes Full Frontal Nerdity. It's a comic strip about being fans of gaming, comics, movies, and other socially unacceptable things. We have Renaissance Festivals, homebrew games, a trip to E3, and strips from Scrye magazine and Comics Buyer's Guide.
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Full Frontal Nerdity #4 Four Gamers. No Lives. Roll For Initiative. From the mind of a guy who has two coveted copies of the Deities and Demigods sourcebook with Cthulhu and Elric in them comes Full Frontal Nerdity. It's a comic strip about being fans of gaming, comics, movies, and other socially unacceptable things. We have Renaissance Festivals, homebrew games, a trip to E3, and strips from Scrye magazine and Comics Buyer's Guide.
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Nodwick #1 Print-and-webcomic by Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238 and Full Frontal Nerdity. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons And Dragons settings. The party consists of a less than worldly cleric named Piffany; a completely expendable henchman, the titular Nodwick; a power-hungry wizard named Artax; and a brawler named Yeagar. The print comic followed a story arc concerning the party's battle with an evil god called Baphuma'al, while at the same time the online variant and its apperances in Dragon Magazine provided shorter a-gag-a-week stories that were unrelated to the goings-on of the print story.
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Nodwick #2 Print-and-webcomic by Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238 and Full Frontal Nerdity. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons And Dragons settings. The party consists of a less than worldly cleric named Piffany; a completely expendable henchman, the titular Nodwick; a power-hungry wizard named Artax; and a brawler named Yeagar. The print comic followed a story arc concerning the party's battle with an evil god called Baphuma'al, while at the same time the online variant and its apperances in Dragon Magazine provided shorter a-gag-a-week stories that were unrelated to the goings-on of the print story.
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Nodwick #3 Print-and-webcomic by Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238 and Full Frontal Nerdity. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons And Dragons settings. The party consists of a less than worldly cleric named Piffany; a completely expendable henchman, the titular Nodwick; a power-hungry wizard named Artax; and a brawler named Yeagar. The print comic followed a story arc concerning the party's battle with an evil god called Baphuma'al, while at the same time the online variant and its apperances in Dragon Magazine provided shorter a-gag-a-week stories that were unrelated to the goings-on of the print story.
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Nodwick #4 Print-and-webcomic by Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238 and Full Frontal Nerdity. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons And Dragons settings. The party consists of a less than worldly cleric named Piffany; a completely expendable henchman, the titular Nodwick; a power-hungry wizard named Artax; and a brawler named Yeagar. The print comic followed a story arc concerning the party's battle with an evil god called Baphuma'al, while at the same time the online variant and its apperances in Dragon Magazine provided shorter a-gag-a-week stories that were unrelated to the goings-on of the print story.
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Nodwick #5 Print-and-webcomic by Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238 and Full Frontal Nerdity. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons And Dragons settings. The party consists of a less than worldly cleric named Piffany; a completely expendable henchman, the titular Nodwick; a power-hungry wizard named Artax; and a brawler named Yeagar. The print comic followed a story arc concerning the party's battle with an evil god called Baphuma'al, while at the same time the online variant and its apperances in Dragon Magazine provided shorter a-gag-a-week stories that were unrelated to the goings-on of the print story.
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Nodwick #6 Print-and-webcomic by Aaron Williams, the same author as PS238 and Full Frontal Nerdity. Focuses on what can only be called a misadventuring group in a fantasy world based loosely on Dungeons And Dragons settings. The party consists of a less than worldly cleric named Piffany; a completely expendable henchman, the titular Nodwick; a power-hungry wizard named Artax; and a brawler named Yeagar. The print comic followed a story arc concerning the party's battle with an evil god called Baphuma'al, while at the same time the online variant and its apperances in Dragon Magazine provided shorter a-gag-a-week stories that were unrelated to the goings-on of the print story.
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