The third issue of the Dark Gatekeeper Gaming Newsletter.
Inside, you'll find information about each book currently available, ones to be released soon, and a glimpse into others further down the road.
Each month, the newsletter will also introduce you to the artists and writers behind the books. Get to know who they are, what drives their Art, and where to find more of their work.
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Now, for the first time, the works of artist Adam Geen are collected in one volume! Perfect for any art book lover, this volume consists of illustrations, comic book covers and promo material, early work by the artist and sequential comic pages. But that’s not all! It also includes a rare peek behind the scenes at the creation of comic pages as well as an introduction & afterword and a book... [click here for more]
Zine Making, a wikibook on how to make your zines, by contributes Mcld and Thenub314, is licensed under the Creative Commons-Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 imported license, and here is the URL Address: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ You wanna make a zine? Now's your chance to make your very own zine! This very Wiki Book will guide you in the process of making the zine you have always... [click here for more]
Ancient Egyptian obelisks that once lay along the banks of the Nile are now on display in cities like New York, London, Paris, and Rome, and this publication describes how that came to be the case.
“The True Story of the Obelisk” delves into the engineering techniques that were used to transport these massive “Cleopatra’s needles” and describes the weeks, months, and even years required... [click here for more]
Horror guaranteed to shock you dead or your life refunded!
The cult classic monster magazine is back. All of the horror, all of the madness, all of the monsters, all together in one complete collection for the first time ever! Delve back in to the nostalgia of the golden age of horror in a time before the internet if you wanted the latest scoop on your favorite monsters and how they were created... [click here for more]