Mutants! In space!
This week on the Vintage RPG Podcast, we talk to Joe DeSimone of The Academy of Games!
Maiden Voyage season one wraps up with the departure of Bruce Dickinson from Iron Maiden! (Decades old) PLOT TWIST!
The world is dying. Will you rage hopelessly against the end or cower in robbed graves in your final days?
Ho, ho, ho! What could be better than a new episode of Maiden Voyage for Christmas?!? What’s that? You had a whole list of things you asked for and a new Maiden Voyage episode wasn’t one of them? Well, consider this a fun, unexpected stocking stuffer!
Grab your umbrella!
Unwinnable talks to Doc Burford about his forthcoming game Adios, a melancholy game about a pig farmer who won’t dispose of the mob’s bodies any more.
Don’t pray for us, we’re already dead.
Volume 7 comes to a close. Find out what treasure this issue contains!
This week, we journey to one of the first, and best, system agnostic campaign settings.
For an Iron Maiden podcast, this one sure talks a lot about the Rolling Stones…
Why would she have a garlic garden? We don’t know and the adventure never says, but there is one!
Is Seventh Son of a Seventh Son the best Iron Maiden album ever? Can it possibly trump Powerslave? Can Ed’s marriage survive his wife’s ambivalence towards Iron Maiden? The suspense is surely killing you, so listen now!
Do not party like it’s 2019. Wear masks. Be socially distant. Stay home.
Chivalry and sorcery and…dinosaurs?
We’ve reached the promised land: the best Iron Maiden album of all time!
Let us help you find the perfect tabletop gaming gift to put under your holiday centerpiece of choice (or right on the shelf if the holidays aren’t your bag).
At least this album ends on a good note.
Find out what’s behind the demon skull!
Grab your axe, smear some mud on your clothes, strap on some desperation and delve with us into the grim and perilous Old World.
The show moves on to cover Somewhere in Time, because that is the next album chronologically!
Author Mark Sable introduces us to his new comic series Miskatonic, where cosmic horror and noir collide!
Always be nice to albatrosses!
This week, we talk with Kathryn Hymes of Thorny Games about Xenolanguage: A Game About First Contact, on Kickstarter now!
Don’t look now, but there are only two minutes to midnight!
Dare you face the perils of the demi-plane of dread?
From the band’s classic, “The Trooper,” to the bonkers lyrics of “Quest for Fire,” to the book report about Dune that is “To Tame a Land,” this album side is all killer, no filler.
Will we cling to some semblance of our humanity? Or will we tear your face clean off?
Eddie gets a lobotomy, Icarus gets torched and Iron Maiden sees their best response in the US so far.
This issue is packed!
Back alleys and dark deeds await in this week’s episode…
Hell and fire was spawned to be released.
No dragons. No laser rifles. The ultimate tabletop RPG about the real world.
Six! Six six! The number of the beast!
Jim Zub is back hanging out with us this week and he’s brought along a couple of comic books, an RPG supplement and a new Young Adventurer’s Guide!
KILLER! BEHIND YOU! *wiggedy-wiggedy-wiggedy-wiggedy-wiggedy-woooooo*
Your guided tour to this month’s table of contents.
This week on the Vintage RPG Podcast, we walk the shadowy streets of Lankhmar: City of Adventure, one of the greatest RPG city sourcebooks.
Stu and Ed discuss Side A of Iron Maiden’s second studio album, Killers!
Will you face your doom head on or seek to outrun it?