While packing for our move to Seattle in 2015, I came across some comics and RPG stuff I created in the 1980s and early 1990s. I posted about them on G+ back in 2015, but with the impending shutdown I thought I’d rescue them to share on Yore.
At age 10, I was photocopying my handmade comics and selling subscriptions to my friends.
I don’t recall Blackbelt Assault Aardvarks: The Atomic Aristocrats making it to issue two. Nor Sam the Turtle Avenger, come to think of it.
In retrospect, 100% of what teenage me wrote in this introduction to a never-published fantasy heartbreaker I designed with a friend (we were fixing AD&D 2e, man!) was not true.
Bushido, the coolest superhero in the universe, from a FASERIP Marvel campaign in the early ’90s.
I’m 96% sure the silhouette on the left was traced from a Captain Britain datafile in Dragon Magazine. I used it for my whole (sausage fest of a) superteam.
Sage Lore Productions
Playtesting for long-defunct Sage Lore Productions, age 13. This was actually a pretty cool DM’s kit.
Blood for the Blood God
Sixth grade. I have a vivid memory of drawing this during a free period at school.
I really need to scan some of this stuff and turn it into PDFs at some point.
The Unlucky Isles [affiliate link], the first system-neutral guidebook for my Godsbarrow fantasy campaign setting, is now on DriveThruRPG.
One reply on “Unearthing some of my creative output from ages 10-15”
Thanks for sharing this stuff!