Dungeon Alphabet Re-Released by Goodman GamesPosted: July 20, 2012 Filed under: A to Z, art, books, crass commercialism, Goodman 5 Comments
Pole and Rope’s Michael Curtis recently announced that a new edition of his popular ‘Dungeon Alphabet’ book is being released (soon) by Goodman Games (product description and pre-order info on Goodman site is here). The new edition increases the page count to 64 from the original 48 pages and I did a couple of new interior pieces as well.
If you are not familiar with the original, “Dungeon Alphabet” started out as a series of blog posts by Michael Curtis at “The Society of Torch, Pole and Rope.” For every letter of the alphabet, he came up with a post dealing with that letter and then generated tables of cool, creepy, interesting stuff — good not only for fantasy role playing game fans, but also just a fun read. Someone observed, “This ought to be a book!” and Goodman eventually published it, which is really cool since it is like a book that just grew organically out of blog posts that Curtis made just for the hell of it. If I remember right, I illustrated “C is for Caves” and “X is for Xenophobia” as well as “M is for Maps.” The new edition has a few more entries and some new artwork (I haven’t seen the whole thing, just the pages I worked on).
Other well known artists/illustrators whom you may know from their work in Goodman products illustrated the book; the list includes Russ Nicholson, Jeff Easley, Jim Holloway, Peter Mullen, Doug Kovacs, Michael Wilson, and Brad McDevitt.
I think you can get it with either the original Otus cover or a new gold foil cover by me (that features an ‘A’ on the front and a ‘Z’ on the back). The gold foil cover will look something like this, but more shiny:
A is for “Awesome” cover.
I bought mine already.
Isn't this your first cover on a hardbound book, Stef?
Any chance for getting a signature?
Yes and yes!
“Z” is for “zut alors!”
Thanks for the heads up on this! Just placed a pre-order.