The First Issue of Worlds Without Master

Oh the Beating Drum

Oh, the Beating Drum! a comic by Bryant Paul Johnson featured in the first issue of Worlds Without Master

It’s here, folks. Sword & sorcery fiction and art! And a comic! And a game! And more!

If you didn’t make it to the Patreon page in time, fret not. You can purchase the first issue of the Worlds Without Master ezine from me right here.

Or here:

DriveThruRPG

Or here:

DriveThruFiction

And you can make absolutely sure that you never miss another issue by going right here and joining the Patron Horde. The larger the horde, the larger the issue.

In this issue:

  • “In Ssef Seat: the Cannibal Queen,” a tale of dark debauchery from D. Vincent Baker and the debut adventure of the scofflaw Jakko Orange;
  • “Strange Bireme,” tale of fishermen and stars featuring Manyara & Snorri written by Epidiah Ravachol;
  • Enter the Avenger, a roleplaying game of swords, sorcery, and the troubling insecurities of vengeance by Rafu (Raffaele Manzo);
  • Illustrations from Ed Heil, Storn Cook, and Tazio Bettin;
  • “Oh, the Beating Drum!” a sword & sorcery comic from Bryant Paul Johnson;
  • And a miscellany of wondrous sights.
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4 comments

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  2. Benjamin Rosenbaum · January 13, 2014

    Is there a reason the table of contents for this issue is apparently listed nowhere on the internets?

    This is a sort of frustratingly opaque model of a magazine you’ve got here.

    • Epidiah · January 13, 2014

      The contents were listed in a previous post about this issue and in all the excitement of the premier release, I just forgot to include them here. But it’s fixed now!

  3. Benjamin Rosenbaum · January 13, 2014

    Ah, okay, you have to click through to DriveThruRPG to see the TOC.

    It would be helpful if the google search “worlds without master issue 1 table of contents” turned up anything useful, though, you know?

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