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In-store Poster Available from GAMA
July 8, 2001
The Origins Awards are the most comprehensive set of gaming awards, and in many ways the most prestigious.
Sales Continue To Heat Up
June 18, 2001
The 'Comics' and 'Toy' categories got very competitive in May with the successful debut of Marvel's revamped X-Men titles and the release of new Simpsons and Tomb Raider toys.
Gygax's Canting Crew Due in November from Troll Lords
June 10, 2001
Gary Gygax, the co-creator of the original Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, has come to an agreement with Troll Lord Games, LLC to publish a series of hardcover fantasy roleplaying sourcebooks under the d20 system.
Bolstering Its Sword & Sorcery Line
May 23, 2001
White Wolf Publishing has entered into an agreement to publish Fiery Dragon's line of d20 roleplaying games.
Ceres Extras, D&D Out, Love Hina 2002
May 21, 2001
Viz Video and Pioneer have announced a few more details about the Ceres, Celestial Legend DVD they are releasing on July 31st. This will be the first in a series of eight volumes, each of which will contain three episodes of the series.
Preview Issue at Gencon
May 20, 2001
United Playtest, Inc. is launching a bi-monthly game magazine based on the d20 universal roleplaying system.
Campaign Will Debut in August
May 9, 2001
Corsair Publishing, LLC is preparing to launch Campaign Magazine , which will focus on the d20 system, with original material, news, reviews, and previews.
Rules Consolidation in RPGs Continues
April 18, 2001
Sovereign Stone , a fantasy-roleplaying world created by artist Larry Elmore and fleshed out fictionally by the best-selling novelists Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, is abandoning its current game-playing system in favor of the d20 system, which has been made available to third party creators by Wizards of the Coast.
Basic Info about Kenzer and Company
April 9, 2001
Company profile for Kenzer and Company, publisher of fantasy based gaming products and comic books.
Free Love, Libel Charges, and Collectibility Gone Mad!
March 25, 2001
Sometimes the pop culture products industry gets pretty wild and woolly, and last week was such a time, with three stories in different venues providing some diversion from our regularly scheduled programming.
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