Friday, 25 March 2011

Deathtrap Dungeon Cameltoe


Thanks to blog regular kelvingreen for this link. Truly bizarre.

(This cover reminds me very much of this Exalted splatbook cover, even down to the presence of mumblers)

9 comments:

  1. "Until it is crappy old man once said to nostalgia, I felt sad, the spirit is the publisher of the trade erotic unwise for women to be characters."
    review at amazon.co.jp sums it up for me.

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  2. Camel toe, sure. The more problematic part is, she looks, what, thirteen? Eek.

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  3. "House of Hell" and "Sword of the Samurai" also have manga-style covers, although not as scantily clad. Cover of "SotS" appears in issue #4 of "Fighting Fantazine".

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  4. On one hand, I think it's cool how people can take the same game and imagine all sorts of different things about how the characters and setting look...

    but I just can't get into that really formulaic fan-service artwork. :-P

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  5. I suspect that, like the second release of the FF books in Germany, this was just ill-fitting stock artwork acquired on the cheap. Both this one and the House of Hell cover (on the link) are very generic.

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  6. The people commenting on the post Coop linked too LOVE the new covers. They even prefer a generic manga schoolgirl picture to the Ian Miller (IAN MILLER!) cover for House of Hell! They call them 'awesome modern graphics'.

    And they describe the FF books as being by US authors.

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  7. These are different I must say, not sure they are appropriate or even relevant to the book content. Either way they are a first for me and my site so I would like, if you agree, to post them up at www.fightingfantasycollector.co.uk for the fans.

    Jamie

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  8. Jamie

    Help yourself, they aren't my scans I just followed the link that Kelvin gave me.

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