Have you ever wondered how to pronounce words used in Dungeons & Dragons? I tended to butcher the words until I found this wonderful pronunciation guide from 1985. It covers most of the more difficult words used in 1st edition AD&D
The mysterious underutilized Mihstu was a monster that peaked during Dungeons & Dragons 1st edition. It is an interesting creature with a twisting origin, so lets take a look at the Monster Card for the Mihstu and see what we can learn.
The next record in the spotlight from the Kid Stuff Records label is 1977s Mother Goose Rhymes.
The Lizard Man in Dungeons & Dragons is a monster we all fight and unsurprising it hasn't changed much from its origin in 1975 through its appearance on this Monster Card by Jim Roslof.
In 1984, Sierra On-Line released the original King's Quest for the IBM PCjr. It was a game that would push the limits of the hardware and become a legend in the industry and would spawn a slew of sequels and a ton of imitators.
Kobolds are in the DNA of Dungeons & Dragons. So let's take a look at the art for his ever-evolving monster, starting with the Jim Roslof Monster Card and moving onto its appearances in the 1st edition Monster Manual and 2nd edition Monstrous Manual.
From books, to television, to film, from age two to age ten, Beverly Cleary's stories of a little girl with a big imagination, endure the test of time!
Join us as we take a look at each entry of the exceptional Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe - starting with Abel!
The Grippli are a race of humanoid frog-like creatures that could make interesting allies to a party. That is, if they can overcome the grippli's monstrous appearance, as captured by Erol Otus, on this AD&D Monster Card.
The sixth Kid Stuff Record offering was 1977's The Story of Pinocchio and Songs I Like to Sing.