Knights of the Dinner Table #173
Kenzer and Company
Knights of the Dinner Table is the longest running comic on the subject of games ever! Though B.A., Brian, Bob, Dave and Sara may play different characters in different games, their personalities always shine through. KoDT also features d20, HackMaster and other articles for gamers, from a gamer's perspective. Don't miss this hilarious and hysterical slice of (fantasy) life in strips, features and a wonderful celebration of the gaming culture!
This multiple award-winning comic magazine features the hilarious misadventures of a group of gamers (the Knights) and their friends, along with useful role-playing and other articles for gamers, from a gamer's perspective.
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