So, since you all now know about the new Grinning Skull Payhip store https://payhip.com/grinningskullstudios , I want to let you know about the Night of the Living Dead Digital Collection, available exclusively from there. This new range is based upon the Original 1968 horror classic from maestro, George A Romero.
So, been browsing about, and I've noticed Rogue Stars: Skirmish Wargaming in a Science Fiction Underworld (Osprey Wargames), which has caught my eye with a prospect of getting it. I absolutely know jack s**t about it, only that it seems like an attempt at a mini skirmish game attempt from Osprey to get some of… Continue reading Osprey’s Rogue Stars: Is it any good? Give me your recommendations?
Ploughing through the various ways of self-publishing in print is very interesting. So, I thought I'd share a few thoughts on the subject and show you an early version I have had done for quality comparison. Back in the day, I remember the old indie RPG crowd in a similar position to Grinning Skull, and remembered the… Continue reading Putting publications in print. Anyone want a copy?
To cut down on the storage space here (so I can have more space for uploading pics) I've decided to re-release both the Book of the Oggam and The Oggam hut over on Wargame Vault. Not only will this help keep space down, but allow me to track the downloads better and have them all… Continue reading Oggam Hut Paperkit & Oggam book re-released on Wargame Vault
So, as ever I have been involved in this years World Book night (April 23rd) and my choice this year as a giver, is a collected 2000AD book about the evil deadworld Judges, Death, Fire, Fear and Mortis. This classic collection is what I remember as a kid, eagerly getting my copy of 2000AD every… Continue reading World Book Night 2013 Giveaway: The Dark Judges
It might not seem this way, but I have always loved the myths and legends of the ancient Greeks. With that in mind, I jumped at the chance to review the upcoming Osprey Adventures book, Jason and the Argonauts. Most of us are familiar with the tales of the mythical hero Jason and his brave… Continue reading Osprey Adventures: Jason and the Argonauts Review
I remember how eagerly I waited to spend my pocket money as a kid on choose your own adventure books, especially Fighting Fantasy books. I'm sure that it''s not just me when I say that they were a big part of growing up and some of my inspiration in the hobby. This Kickstarter by Sean… Continue reading Turn to 400 – The Fighting Fantasy documentary film by Sean Riley — Kickstarter