- Issue Theme: The Spooky Issue
- An Extra Segement
(Dave Mattingly, 18 pages)
Dave unleashes issue #21;
…and whips out some more Thingamajigs.
- Bob’s Original Hero Stuff Pages
(Bob Greenwade, 35 pages)
Bob leads an adventure against Spectrum;
…and cuts his Baby Teeth with villains.
- Dark's Pandemonium
(Jonathon Dark, 3 pages)
Jonathon hexes us with the villainous Loa.
- Deadly’s Epitaphs
(Tom Lively), 18 pages)
Tom debuts by flexing his Strength rules;
…and opens the super Cemetery Gates.
- Drooling Fanboy Productions
(Nestor Rodriguez, 8 pages)
Nestor debuts with the Men in Black.
- Ed’s Astonishing Tales
(Ed May, 6 pages)
Ed debuts with a golden age ghostly hero;
…and a random name generator.
- Hart-Felt Words
(Lisa and Chris Hartjes, 28 pages)
Lisa and Chris debut with the Quantum Universe;
…and Lisa presents several spooky people.
- Leah’s Notebook
(Leah Watts, 12 pages)
Leah digs up a devil woman and a holy man.
- Miskatonic University
(George Brown, 12 pages)
George debuts with a metaphysical study of the undead.
- Mythmaker's Muse
(Tim Kirk, 10 pages)
Tim debuts with Nocturne, supernatural twilight hero.
- Nest of Thorns
(Ed Hastings, 39 pages)
Ed hunts demons with the FBI.
- Notes from the Maw
(Geoff Depew, 4 pages)
Geoff eats our brains with his Illithid Hero.
- Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 20 pages)
Dave delves into our deepest fears and their meanings;
…and backs it up with some scary characters.
- Realms Of The Arcane
(Rob Bose, 12 pages)
Rob enchants us with the Bone Mage spell college.
- Ruff Stuff
(Rodney Ruff, 26 pages)
Rodney serves up interstellar mad scientists and monsters;
…and spoofs us all with APAManiacs.
- Scroll Case
(Todd Landrum, 18 pages)
Todd musters up a mass battle system for Fuzion.
- Shatterfall Gaming
(Phaedra Whitlock, 4 pages)
Phaedra debuts with an agent-level ghostly scenario.
(Derrick Thomas, 12 pages)
Derrick scares his simian crew with the evil Ape-Skinner.
- Surbrook's Stuff
(Michael Surbrook, 26 pages)
Mike goes bump in the night with monsters and legends.
- World of the Bizarre
(Mike Satran, 12 pages)
Mike debuts with a not-quite midnight train ride.
(everyone, 24 pages)
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