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A magazine of all-new swords & sorcery fiction in the classic pulp style!
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Issue #2 printed, PulpFest, and More!

Posted by Goodman Games (Creator)
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Greetings, mortals!

Here's a quick update on news you'll all be interested in.

Issue #2 Printed!

Tales From The Magician's Skull #2 is now back from the printer!

Here is a photo of a few copies. It turned out great.

Shipping will start soon. Please note: we will be out of town at two (count 'em, two) conventions over the next two weeks. Our ability to update the BackerKit with tracking numbers will likely be interrupted. So it's quite possible that some of you will receive your print copies before we're back in the office uploading tracking. 

Issue #2 in print! The Skull approves.
Issue #2 in print! The Skull approves.

 PDF for Issue #2 Updated

The PDF edition of #2 on BackerKit has been updated to reflect the final printed copy. Very little changed from the prelim edition that backers received - we fixed a few typos and that is all.

Visit Us at PulpFest

If you're a backer of this Kickstarter then you probably like vintage pulp novels! Goodman Games will have a booth at PulpFest in Pittsburgh, PA this coming weekend. Come by and say hi!

Come visit Goodman Games at PulpFest!
Come visit Goodman Games at PulpFest!

And Then Visit Us at Gen Con

The weekend after PulpFest, we'll be at Gen Con in Indianapolis, IN (August 2-5). Gen Con is an awesome show, and everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. It's also the biggest show of the year for us. We have a huge booth and we bring everything. Come by and say hi! You can find out more on the Goodman Games plans for Gen Con at our web site.

Stephen Murrish, Alvin Helms, and 16 more people like this update.

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    1. Joshua
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      I second Stephen's comment! Love the cover!

    2. Stephen Murrish
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      Brazen cover.

      Glad you've chosen to remain true to the genre and hope you don't catch too much flack.