Issue Theme: Crime and Punishment: The Cops and Robbers Issue
An Extra Segement
(Dave Mattingly, 6 pages)
Dave throws the book at issue #29.
Alabama Bound
(Bill Jackson, 6 pages)
Captain Alabama metes out justice, with a southern drawl.
Bob’s Original Hero Stuff Page
(Bob Greenwade, 50 pages)
The Shape Syndicate digs up an undead conspiracy of vampires, werewolves, and other spooky creatures.
The Black Eagle Tavern is a sample business from the upcoming “Haymaker Village” supplement. Do I sense a Village People filk coming soon? “We Make the Hay!”
Ed's Astonishing Tales
(Ed May, 11 pages)
SPIDER spins a web of evil.
Hart-Felt Words
(Lisa Hartjes, 6 pages)
Brechtelstein, Principality of Crime, invades a supers PBEM;
The Spectrix Group is a high-tech blackmarket EVO (evil villain organization);
Martians Attack!
Leah's Notebook
(Leah Watts, 7 pages)
Prohibition Agents get a package deal;
The Sea of Worlds is a “portal” setting to allow travel across dimensions.
Post-12 Recovery
(Joe Linehan, 9 pages)
The Auditioners are wannabe superheroes in a GenCon world.
Power Point
(Dave Mattingly, 4 pages)
Concentrate and Minute Maid aren’t orange juice, they’re tiny crimefighters.
Rocket Science
(Robert Phillips, 20 pages)
Marlon Newberry investigates the unknown for his country;
Nova Roma is an extra-dimensional pocket world that recreates the Roman Empire and its deities;
Rocket Fuel erupts in the kichen.
Ruff Stuff
(Rodney Ruff, 6 pages)
Lensman and his motorcycle race to the rescue.
The Silver Lining
(Justin Dunnuck, 5 pages)
Ignitra and Snowblind heat up and cool down Fair City.
Strange Visitor from Another Planet
(Theron Bretz, 8 pages)
The Neo-Anderthals kick Jurassic all over Fair City.
Surbrook's Stuff
(Michael Surbrook, 15 pages)
Just the Artifacts, Ma’am: Powerful magical items from fable and fiction.
(Bill Johns, 18 pages)
Survivors: is a campaign setting for plainclothes superheroes working for the government.
(Max Fauth, 34 pages)
Final Fantasy Hero converts the Final Fantasy video game series for Fantasy Hero.
(everyone, 22 pages)
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