Comics of yor

Long ago I used to go to the local gaming store to read the new and old roleplaying books and the dragon magazines they had. There was one comic that stood out in my mind after all these years, and I have found it once again, Yamara!Well, more than that. The comic Yamara wasn’t all that great to begin with, but it had its moments. What I have found is the one from that set that I still quote to this day: Flesh to Plush. Enjoy as I enjoyed when I was in 7th grade and first read it.

2 Responses to “Comics of yor”

Wow, first published in 1990… how old are you? I’m assuming you didn’t read it right when it first came out. I read through several more… it looks like a really cute, amusing series. I’d probably appreciate it more if I were more of a RPGer… Too bad Fea’s not a guy, as she should be 🙂

Teisha - November 5th, 2005 at 3:16 pm

Such a powerful spell. Only one who is wise and older than the hills (or the youngest?) could properly wield it…

I’m sure many wish it would work on kender…*prepares ACME hole* 😀

Mallorn - November 5th, 2005 at 6:13 pm

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