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Galaxy 12 Comic – Hello, World!

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Persistence of Vision

A little bit ago I tried to put the years and era of my childhood in the context of the varying popularity of action figures.  It just made sense to me as the toy industry put out a steady stream … Continue reading

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A Personal D&D History, Part IV: Everything that has a Beginning…

Some More Context Before we continue, let me take a moment to give you some more perspective on how old I was in relation to a pop culture metric from the ’80’s: action figures, as that’s sometimes easier to comprehend … Continue reading

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A Personal D&D History, Part III: And so it begins. No really.

So in the last installment, I had finally learned to play, and yet still didn’t manage to play much… The End of an Era, the Beginning of Another In 5th grade, Paul and I found ourselves in separate homerooms, but … Continue reading

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A Personal D&D History, Part II: Learning to Play

It Gets a Bit Fuzzy We last left off with my younger self about to buy my first TSR product:  The Basic Set. Oddly enough, this pivotal moment in the story remains the least clear to my memory. I’d have … Continue reading

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