It's Not A Cartoon, But What Is It?
  • It's Not A Cartoon, But What Is It?


    Matt Corley is a freelance RPG writer for Kobold Press and Petersen Games. He recently tweeted the image below with the caption "Pre-hype, hype for an amazing project coming to Kickstarter this Summer", although he notes that it is NOT a cartoon.




    When asked "Is this a reboot of the D&D cartoon?" he emphatically replied "Its not. The amazing folks at Critical Role have DnD cartoons well in hand".

    Corley mentioned in February that his youngest has been diagnosed with cancer, and produced a t-shirt for charity.

    He also posted these images recently, with the caption "Pre-hype".





    Thanks to Jeremy for the scoop.
    Comments 26 Comments
    1. Roger's Avatar
      Roger -
      All-new off-Broadway musical is my guess.
    1. Elderbrain's Avatar
      Elderbrain -
      Hopefully a book with stats for the kids and monsters from the show, and info on the campaign setting. (Yes, I know stats were included in a booklet with the DVD set, but c'mon, the Acrobat was not a Monk!)
    1. MarkB's Avatar
      MarkB -
      Maybe it's a D&D themed fairground ride.

      Quote Originally Posted by Arnwolf666 View Post
      Id like to see a world where Tiamat, venger, and Lolth are physically present.
      How about a world where the Dungeon Master is physically present?
    1. MNblockhead's Avatar
      MNblockhead -
      Quote Originally Posted by MarkB View Post
      Maybe it's a D&D themed fairground ride.


      How about a world where the Dungeon Master is physically present?
      In the days before VTTs that was most worlds. ;-)
    1. MarkB's Avatar
      MarkB -
      Quote Originally Posted by MNblockhead View Post
      In the days before VTTs that was most worlds. ;-)
      Heh, I walked into that one.
    1. Azzy's Avatar
      Azzy -
      Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
      All-new off-Broadway musical is my guess.
      With drag(on) queens, torch (except for elves, dwarves, & tieflings) songs, a glitter (er.. treasure).
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