When I was a kid, being a nerd (and boy, was I ever a nerd) was about loving a lot of different weird stuff.
That’s it. You just went out there and loved stuff. The concept of nerd culture wasn’t formed enough “a thing” to do anything else.
You’d find things — in the back of book stores, in the bargain bin at K-Mart, in the musty halls of the Compleat Strategist on 33rd (yes, that’s how you spell it). Things no one else knew about.
Finding such things was like capturing some special kind of wildlife. Something you’d bring back in a box and take care of and study and take notes on. If you met like-minded people, you’d bring it out, you’d show it to them. Sometimes you’d even lend it to them.
Hey, guess what? All my favorite DELTA GREEN books are now available through RPGnow. GO BUY THEM.
DG: Eyes Only
DG: Targets of Opportunity
Delta Green: Countdown
THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN preview. Pages 1-88. It’s coming together folks!
The Oracle of the Western Machine for THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN ©2013 Dennis Detwiller
MORTIMER AND DARLING, for THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN ©2013 Dennis Detwiller
The Washer Woman
(Pigma Micron Pen, Tria Marker, Pencil, 1997)
GODLIKE is available again!
I’m super proud to say that after many years, my (and Greg Stolze’s) game of WWII superhero roleplaying in a world on fire, GODLIKE, is available in PDF. My special thanks goes out to the tireless Shane Ivey and his crew for getting it out there (as well as sweating the little things) — and of course to all the contributors!
Head over to RPGnow and grab a copy today!
(Pigma Micron Pen, Pencil 1996)
(Pencil, Pigma Micron Pen, 1995)
By a Foulness…
(Pigma Micron Pen, Tria Marker, 2000)
(Pigma Micron Pen, Tria Marker, Acrylic, 1997)
(Pigma Micron Pen, Tria Marker, 1999)
(Tria Marker, Pigma Micron Pen, 1997)
Not Paid Enough for this Shit
(Pigma Micron Pen, Tria Marker, 1997)