From the primordial elf scrawl Fighting-Man of the original D&D to the artillery elf of 4th Edition, Steve and Zack celebrate the holiday by exploring the long history of elves in Dungeons & Dragons.
Steve and Zack return for a second pass at the artwork of White Wolf's 1990s Vampire: The Masquerade RPG. Be warned: this article contains THE IMAGE.
Steve flies solo and brings us a short list of RPG-related reasons to be thankful this year.
Steve and Zack finally tackle Spelljammer with a firecracker string of mini-adventures set in the phlogiston darkness of space.
Steve and Zack finally break into 3E D&D with a look at some monstrous misfires from 2003's Fiend Folio.
Steve and Zack delve back into the Palace of the Silver Princess to conclude their heavy metal adventure.
A new adventure begins! Zack DMs and Steve plays a heavy metal bard in this classic D&D module.
Steve and Zack present a showcase of incredible erotic fantasy artwork and announce the winners of the 2010 WTF, D&D!? Fantasy Art Contest.
Steve and Zack subject themselves to a session of Marvel Super Heroes to unravel the twisted caper of the The Breeder Bombs.
Steve and Zack take on the Middle Eastern monsters of Al Qadim. And cranapple juice. And Criss Angel.
Bad news, berk: all that glitters isn't gold and all that is Planescape isn't amazing. Explore the exasperating inner planes with Steve and Zack.
Zack takes Steve on an epic journey in this not-so-classic wilderness adventure module.
Haunted by memories of Kelpie boobs, Steve insists on DMing his way through D&D module S2: White Plume Mountain.
Biff! Pow! Steve and Zack return for part 2 of their brawl over the first volume of the Gamers' Handbook of the Marvel Universe for Marvel Super Heroes.
Steve and Zack have been bitten by a radioactive spider! That's the only way to explain this first-of-many reviews of back bench characters from the Marvel Super Heroes system.
Steve and Zack mourn the death of legendary fantasy artist Frank Frazetta by reviewing some of his finest works.
Steve and Zack are tired of receiving requests to review FATAL and have decided to explain why they never will.
Geriatric sex, evil babies, and diabetes. It must mean Steve and Zack are finishing out the D&D Monstrous Compendium.
Steve and Zack are delving into the depths of AD&D's 2nd Edition monster explosion. At the end of the 1980s TSR decided to revamp their monster manuals, with disastrous results.
In 1993 genius writer man Raven c.s. McCracken published the 477-page RPG book Synnibarr. 17 years later, two brave souls have finally read some of it.
Steve and Zack explore some of the questionable art produced during the 1990s for White Wolf's Vampire: The Masquerade.
Steve and Zack take a trip back to 1974 and the release of the original D&D books No amount of nostalgia can ever make them seem like quality products.