• May 22nd, 2013
Chris Birch of Modiphius Entertainment was kind enough to stop by and talk about their widely successful Achtung Cthulu kickstarter as well the other exciting projects they're developing
http://www.modiphius.com/ is where you can find information about everything Modiphius is is doing, including how to get become an after-the-fact- backer of their kickstarter
You can find out about their plans for Mutant Chronicles (and see the awesome little MC video they've got) here: http://www.modiphius.com/mutant-chronicles.html
And you learn all about their steampunk RPG - Cogs, Cakes and Swordsticks here: http://www.modiphius.com/cogs-cakes--swordsticks.html
• May 17th, 2013
Steve Kenson and Dan Houser stop by to talk about the release of ICONS Great Power.
Steve talks about the future of ICONS and Dan manages to spill the beans on a pretty major Stark City secret
Since we talked about it so much - you can find the Kickstarter for Cartoon Action Hour Season 3 here
• May 1st, 2013
Stacey Montgomery (aka Princess Stacey on rpg.net) stops to run an ICONS session for us. The adventure is Aquazombies of the Kriegsmarine
Chris Tavares, Adrian Smith and yours truly (Mike Lafferty) are the players.
And you can find Adrian's koala hero in this adventure: Through the Looking Glass
Here's the press release that details the unfortunate early demise of Marvel Heroic Roleplaying. (It's toward the bottom)
You can find DC Adventures Universe here
• April 11th, 2013
Steve Kenson and Chris McGlothlin of Green Ronin fame join Walt Robillard, Ade Smith and yours truly to talk about the Cosmic Supers sub-genre in comics and RPGs.
Chris and Steve give us some more info about the forthcoming Cosmic Handbook for Mutants and Masterminds. We also get updates on Great Powers and Stark City for ICONS and the fourth DC Adventures book. Mr Kenson also provides some useful GM advice for running a Cosmic Supers game.
You can check out Steve's new blog here
SPOILERS: Steve gives us some previews of the content of the Cosmic Handbook - and this is a spoiler for the end of the Emerald Knights adventure path
• March 29th, 2013
And here is the conclusion to the ICONS actual play. John Post is the GM. The adventure is Through the Looking Glass. Adrian Smith joins us for this session as a very unusual character.
You can find part one here
You can find the adventure on RPGNOW here.
• March 25th, 2013
John Post is on hand to GM us through his latest ICONS adventure: Through the Looking Glass.
This is part 1 of the adventure. Part 2 airs later this week. Walt Robillard is on hand playing the Cowl. Joe Bardales is playing Desert Storm. Yours truly is playing the Mighty Saguaro
• March 19th, 2013
Cam Banks stops in to talk about his new gig at Atlas Games and the upcoming Tabletop Day event
He also gives us the skinny on the Annihilation event book for Marvel RPG and the new Firefly RPG from Margaret Weiss Productions
Walt Robillard co-hosts.
• March 17th, 2013
Brandon Blackmoor stopped by the BAMFcast to chat about Bulletproof Blues, his latest supers RPG.
Andrew Collas of Zenith Comics was our co-host
You can check out Bullet Proof Blues online at the RPG Library
You can buy BB at RPGNOW here
You can check out Andrew's latest blog post (with a link to his comic script) here
• March 5th, 2013
Chris Rutkowsky, the man behind BASH, stops by to school Mike and co-host Walt Robilliard about what's new with his hit Supers RPG
Here's the link to the Awesome Powers Power Suite Kickstarter
Here's the cover of the Special Zeroes project that Chris mentions
you can find Adrian Smith's gallery (artist mentioned by Chris who does a lot of work for BASH) here
• February 20th, 2013
Adrian Smith, Chris McGlothlin of Green Ronin, Walt Robilliard (of Hazard Studios) and Andrew Collas (of Zenith Comics) stop by to talk about comics, superhero movies and that whole messy Orson Scott Card thing. Also - Chris gives up some Mutants and Masterminds news and Walt and Andrew tell us what's going on with the SUPERS! RPG.
Andrew has a comic book script he'd love you to read and give feedback on. You can find it here