Sunday, October 23, 2011

Dragon Magazine Collection



7 comments:

The Spooky Whisk said...

I don't know what this is, but wanted to say boogie boogie.

Boogie boogie.

Martin R. Thomas said...

Nice. I love Dragon and am currently having a great time reading all the old issues on PDF on my iPad using the Dragon Magazine CD-rom collection I have.

In terms of physical copies, the first one I ever got was issue #76 as a gift, shortly followed by #72. I began subscribing with issue #90 and kept that up all the way until it stopped being an actual print publication.

Along the way, I've picked up individual issues here and there, so I have most of them from #60 on up.

Cheers!

David J. West said...

What a coincedence, I only have the issues you are missing.

Scallop Skulled Skald said...

I picked up the CD-ROM when it came out, and have been very pleased with it. The nostalgia trip alone has been great.

Aaron E. Steele said...

David J. West said...
What a coincedence, I only have the issues you are missing.

If true, it further bolsters my view that we were separated at birth. Not only were we separated, but so was our combined collection of Dragon Magazines.

Aaron E. Steele said...

Scallop Skulled Skald said...
I picked up the CD-ROM when it came out, and have been very pleased with it. The nostalgia trip alone has been great.

What I find most valuable is the parralels between what we in the OSR are talking about, today, and what was being discussed at the beginnings of the hobby.

1d30 said...

Ah, this reminds me of Wormy. I sure do wish that had been continued and put in a separate collection. Gotta love Trampier.