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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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Nodwick #7 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 #8 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 #9 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 #10 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 #11 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 #12 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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"Chains of Love": Never have romantic relations with your employees, especially if they're henchmen. Piffany tries her best not to break this cardinal rule, but something's compelling her to lay a smooch on one grapefruit-schnozzed hireling named Nodwick! But that's not all! What's the terrible secret that Piffany has been keeping about her love life? Why has she never pursued a romantic interest before, and why might the fate of the world ride on it? Pick up Nodwick #13, and read this Valentine's Day tale for yourself!
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"Landlords of the Realm." As all Nod-o-Philes will recall, our heroes recently came into possession of a dungeon of their own, the famed "Hollow of Hazardous Horror." What they didn't know is that it's in a covenant neighborhood. If they don't get its evil quotient up to specs, the bank will foreclose on not only the dungeon, but on the owners' house! Can Yeagar change his skills to monster capturing rather than slaying? Can Artax find any magical solution to entice malevolent beasties into living in the Hollow? Can Piffany bring herself to make someplace more evil? Will Nodwick escape being used as creature bait?
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"Tournamental Health"?The king is dying, and he's putting on the most extreme jousting tourney ever devised before he goes. He's invited some extraordinarily destructive contestants to enter, and Yeagar has made the cut! Luckily, the rules for knocking opponents off their horses have several loopholes large enough to march a chariot through, so don't expect the usual men on mere horses to mar the field of honor! Can Yeagar pull a victory out of the mayhem? Will his equipment survive the abuse? Can Artax and Piffany remain on the sidelines? What ultimate prize will go to the victor? Find out in Nodwick #15!
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Yeagar has won the powerful Gauntlet of Supremacy, and it looks like his adventuring career can't go anywhere but up. However, the history of the artifact seems to be strewn with lots of nasty deaths, catastrophe and eventual insanity. Will our heroes be able to stop the curse and free Yeagar from its grip before he launches a world domination tour? Piffany has a plan, but for it to succeed, she and her companions have to delve into Yeagar's very soul! All this and more in the pages of Nodwick #16!
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And you thought fixing foreign cars was complicated. How about trying to extract an evil artifact from someone's very essence? Nodwick, Piffany, and Artax are on a metaphysical "Fantastic Voyage" into Yeagar's soul to free him from the Gauntlet of Supremacy before it drives him bonders. Will they succeed, or will their former comrade be doomed to run rampant leaving they world in ruins?
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"Grim Fairy Tales"?Adventuring in a land of dragons, fairies, and magic should be the norm for our heroes, but something seems amiss when they find themselves dealing with Sleeping Beauties, Trolls under bridges, and gnomes that can spin straw into gold! Will Nodwick and company escape this land of fantasy and return to their own? And who's behind their farcical fairy tale, anyway? Pick up Nodwick #18 and find out!
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"Krutz"?Witness that rarest of events: the birth of a new cuss-word! Yes, friends, "krutz" is the answer to your every vulgarity need, be it adjective, adverb, verb, noun, whatever! "Krutz" can do it all! But what's this? Does "krutz" come with a price? Will too much "krutz"-ing lead to world-dooming events? Can Piffany's anti-krutz crusade save Yeagar from having a one-word vocabulary?
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Artax prizes knowledge of magic, and thanks to an ancient artifact, he's going to get more than he bargained for. Will Artex give up his life and his friends for the power of omniscience?
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PS238 #0 Well, the definitive student handbook for ps238 is here! Collecting the best and most essential ps238 strips ? along with dossiers on key faculty, students, and historical information about the school ? issue #0 paves the way for the launch of issue #1
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