Friday, February 10, 2012

It's June Collyer vs. a love-crazed superhero!

If it's not obvious from this blog, I love old movies and I love old comic books. I also love writing silly supplements for NUELOW's "ROLF!: The Rollplaying Game of Big Dumb Fighters".

Those three favorite things collide in "Black Kitten vs. June Collyer", a ROLF! Valentine's Day Special where actress June Collyer (star of some 30 films between the years of 1927 and 1936, including "Hangman's House" (1928), "The Drums of Jeopardy" (1931), and "A Face in the Fog" (1936)) becomes the object of a superhero's jealous rage when Black Kitten becomes convinced that June Collyer is standing between her and the object of her love, Black Cobra.

June Collyer

"Black Kitten vs. June Collyer" was written by Steve Miller and L.L. Hundal and features artwork by Darrel Miller. It has game stats for obscure Golden Age comic book heroes Black Cobra and Black Kitten, actress June Collyer, and Communist Zombies; rules that expand upon the material presented in the core ROLF! game; and three battle scenarios.

Click here to get a copy of the NUELOW Games Valentine's Day special for just $0.50! It will be just like spending the holiday with June Collyer, superheroes, and me, your kind host. (And it will also let you understand why I never get any second dates.)

If you've never played ROLF! before, you can use this to get a copy for $1, thanks to a special link for a special discount available only for Shades of Gray readers.

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