Holiday tidings from WTF, D&D!? as Steve and Zack tackle the worst mechs of Battletech's 3025 technical readout.
Steve and Zack take a gander at 30 years of bad Traveller artwork. Surprise appearances by Kevin Siembieda and Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Steve and Zack subject themselves to the second half of Warhammer 40,000's Rogue Trader.
Steve and Zack discuss the Warhammer 40,000 book that got it all started.
Steve and Zack discover that UFOs have crash landed in a D&D module with no ending.
The worst supplement to the worst game comes to life. Witness the horror of the Street Fighter RPG's version of a Monster Manual.
Steve and Zack tackle one of the worst RPGs ever made: 1994's Street Fighter.
Fabulous prizes, amazing artwork, and torrid romance. Two out of three ain't bad! Zack and Steve announce the winners of the 2009 WTF, D&D!? Role Playing Fine Art Contest.
Steve and Zack undertake an epic struggle against the 5th Edition of Warhammer 40,000, plus news of the WTF, D&D!? Role Playing Fine Art Contest.
Steve and Zack return to the wild world of Rifts for a tour of World Book Japan. Robots, ninjas, magic, and terrible industrial design abound.
Steve and Zack discuss the bad patents featured in TSR's Book of Wondrous Inventions.
Fiend Folio may never recover from the second half of Steve and Zack's brutal assault on the monsters contained in its pages.
Zack and Steve tackle one of the most infamous D&D books of all time: the hilariously bad Fiend Folio.
Steve and Zack return to complete their epic study of TSR's Monster Manual II. Includes reader-requests and other insanities inflicted on D&D players.
Steve and Zack attempt to analyze Monster Manual II, TSR's 1983 sequel to the Monster Manual that started the WTF, D&D series.
Zack and Steve are back with reader-requested early 1990s role playing game Rifts. This omni-dimensional flagship of Palladium is aimed at teenage boys and numbers freaks with asperger's syndrome.
Steve and Zack are back with the reader-requested Tomb of Horrors. This twisted module from 1981 was written by Gary Gygax and is considered to be the cruelest dungeon ever devised.
In 1980 TSR decided to give gods hit points and armor class in their infamous source book Deities & Demigods. Steve and Zack discuss a few of the powers that were.
Steve and Zack conclude their discussion of the mind-boggling aberrations contained within the 1st Edition Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual.
A review and discussion of some of the most absurd creatures in the Dungeons & Dragons 1st Edition Monster Manual.