Hey, folks! Now... I don't exactly have a board room full of suits to give a report to, and gods willing, I never will. (Blazers are welcome, but Chucks, jeans and your geek/band tee of choice are preferred.) But the people who I DO report to are you, my gobbies. Not really, but in all … Continue reading 2018 In Review
So... Real talk. We have already started editing for our 6th issue of Blake's Dungeon Quarterly Magazine, and we have yet to sell a single copy to anyone who wasn't already personally involved in the magazine. Our resident dragon is robbing Peter to pay Paul and get out of production hell, get gear for our … Continue reading BDQM Needs Your Help!
Anime Expo is coming in July! Updates on ITTD 2018, TTRPGs in need of review, new swag i the shop and more!
Sooo... A quick list of things I worked on today, for any of you who are interested: modified the banners from the 5000x5000 (albeit gorgeous) pictures I had previously and made some that are smaller -- smaller pics, less formatting time, should make for faster load time on the website. took suggestion from one goblin … Continue reading Website Modifications
So, you guys will recall (if you are here and paying attention at all...) that this summer was... NOT THE BEST TIME to be Blake. Kind of destitute and struggling, so everything was really really REALLY TIGHT for a while there. I'm still not sure how I managed to stay hydrated for a month and … Continue reading Summer Issue Prints Just Arrived!
I want to sincerely apologize for the sheer clusterf*ck that is the printing for the summer issue. Apparently posting the patron post the night before was NOT paranoia, because this time when I did it on the first it didn't tag the patrons until JUNE, and since my Dragon Lord is kind of at E3 … Continue reading Printing Delays
First of all, holy fuck, you guys. WE DID IT. WE DID A SECOND ISSUE! When I first thought this thing up, I was a telemarketer selling magazines, and I figured this would be a kind of bullshit way to build a clientele and brand for the eventual Dungeon, and maybe 15 people would read it, but … Continue reading The Beast From Below…