Dennis Detwiller

Creative Director, Game Designer, Writer, Artist

Clients Include: Activision, Electronic Arts, Viacom, Lightstorm Entertainment, Wizards of the Coast, Nickelodeon, Hasbro, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Sierra, Vivendi Universal, Ocean Pacific, Radical Entertainment, Emerald City Games, Darkhorse Comics, White Wolf Games, Steve Jackson Games, Hothead Games, PlayFirst, Green Ronin and more.

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Email: dennis.detwiller@me.com
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THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN - PROGRESS!

THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN continues, struggling towards Bethlehem to be born. The writing is done. Shane is madly laying it all out. I am madly illustrating the last bits. MADNESS.

It’s grown and grown. It was supposed to be ~128 pages, and now it looks more like 200+ pages when all is said and done. I’m super excited to share it all with you. So, please spread the word to people you know. Download the first 88 pages for free below!

THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN pages 1 to 88.

For those who missed out on the Kickstarter, a print version will be available for general purchase post-launch, once all the contributors have received their copies. 

Delta Green: A Night at the Opera

One of the projects that has to wait until THE SENSE OF THE SLEIGHT OF HAND MAN is finished; DELTA GREEN: A NIGHT AT THE OPERA, a collection of scenarios for DELTA GREEN. Here’s the introduction of IN DARKNESS DOUBLED.


In Darkness Doubled

Wherein the Agents learn that an enemy of an enemy, etc… etc…

A Delta Green Adventure for 1 to 4 Agents

©2012 Dennis Detwiller

The Nazi obsession with the occult is known to all; a well-worn memento of conspiracy folklore, tucked right between Bigfoot and alien abduction. It’s so shopworn in fact, that many forget it is true. The Nazis believed that there were supernatural forces at work in the world older and far more powerful than the weak Christian God, and they tried their damnedest to harness such power.

Some succeeded.

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