We just interviewed Steve Kenson, the lead designer on The Expanse RPG, on the latest episode of the BAMF Podcast.
We're talking about Ant-Man &Wasp and chatting about the OSR Supers game "Survive This! Vigilante City"
Sweet Christmas! Fun episode - we talk Netflix's Luke Cage and superhero world building with a panel of RPG designers and comic book artist/writer Nick Garber
Aldo J. Regalado stops by to talk about his new setting (now on Kickstarter) for SUPERS, BASH and ICONS - the Superverse.
We talk with Rachel and James from Legendary and Mythica games to give massive love to card games. Somewhere between Poker and Exploding kittens we segue into FATES OF MADNESS, their game currently on kickstarter. If you enjoy gothic horror, fun game with loads of replay value, this is the game for you.
Mike Myler from EN Publishing stops in to talk about the new modern RPG from EN Publishing, N.O.W. and tells us why it's kind of, sort of the 90s Action Movie RPG
We team up with creative super mutant, Reid San Filippo, as we talk about the release of the compilation book for Under a Broken Moon (OSR)! We are going to need Lion Snakes, Sun Swords, and a weird creature or three to get to the bottom of this!
We sit down with a small cavalcade of artists as we talk up everything from digital vs paper to what makes an exciting piece.
JE Shields joins us to talk about his interesting new art kickstarter that has a bunch of folks talking!
JE's first superhero!: http://www.rpgnow.com/product/176075/...
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New BAMFcast - Walt interviews Joe from Storyweaver Games to talk about their newest (Savage Worlds) release - Intervention Agency Handbook
On this episode, we talk about the latest in comics, TV and books (the Doom Patrol live action series, the return of Into the Badlands and the Powder Mage novel series by Brian McClellan).
At about the 30 minute mark, we switch to talking about the innovative RPG Is It a Plane? - a superhero RPG that substitutes drawing as the mechanic for conflict resolution.