Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Return of the Space Girls:
Meet Tara, Marauder of the Spacelanes!

She may not typically wear a rocket pack nor a fishbowl helmet, but Tara rates top marks among Space Girls anyhow... because she's an original whose adventures were first published in issues of Wonder Comics during the late 1940s!

Art by Alex Schomburg
Tara is the star of NUELOW Games' latest release Tara: Marauder of the Spacelanes. The book contains four great retro sci-fi comics stories by Tara's creator Gene Fawcette, with a cover by Alex Schomburg, and a never-before-seen origin story by yours truly. I also contributed game stats for Tara's favorite weapon, the Atom Sword, for the OpenD6 and OGL d20 game systems, as well as designed a complete ROLF! supplement included in the book.

Click here to see previews of Tara: Marauder of the Spacelanes or to download your own copy. For further previews, here are some splash pages from the book.



Monday, February 23, 2015

Mohammed Monday: Better Late Than Not At All Edition

Don't go to pieces... we're just toying around with pictures of the Prophet Mohammed! (Drawing by B. West.)

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Picture Perfect Wednesday:
Donyale Luna

Donyale Luna is hailed as the first African-American supermodel. In 1966, she was the first black model to appear on the cover of "Vogue." She is also known for appearing in several films by Andy Worhol, and "Satyricon" by Federico Fellini.




Monday, February 2, 2015

Mohammad Monday: Mo Says Howdy!

You might think it's a portrait of some lumberjack or homeless guy waving a friendly welcome to another work week. You and everyone else would say "how nice."

But the moment I tell you it's a portrait of the Prophet Mohammed waving a friendly welcome to another work week, some of you out there will fly into a psychotic, murderous rage.
Mohammed says 'Howdy', By Anonymous
If that drawing of the Prophet Mohammed sends you into a murderous rage, do the world a favor: Expend that murderous rage on yourself. The rest of us will be better off once you're dead.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Fantomah finds her destiny!

In the final book in NUELOW Games' "The Three Lives of Fantomah" series, the Mystery Woman of the Jungle is restored to her rightful place as ruler of the hidden land of Khefra. No longer a magical powerhouse herself, she comes under the watchful eye of the Egyptian gods that bless her lineage. This doesn't mean she's safe... and over the course of seven classic stories illustrated by George Appel, she must fend off challenges from the Evil Spotted Men, corrupt priestesses, darkhearted adventurers, and more!

"The Three Lives of Fantomah: Daughter of the Pharoahs" is now available at all the usual websites that carry NUELOW Games books, but you can click here to get your own copy or see previews of it at DriveThruComics. Here are a few sample splash pages to give you some further previews of the book. (Click on the images to see larger versions.)


 
 
 
In addition to the rarely republished comics, the book contains rules for incorporating the gods of Khefra into just about any variant of the popular d20 System for roleplaying games.