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RPGFan Illustrated ~ September 9, 2001 - June 18, 2002
   RPGFan Illustrated debuted September 9th, 2001, but was in the works for months beforehand. Written and brought to life by Damian "Sensei Phoenix" Thomas and Meg "grey-san" Olson, the comic aimed to bring something new and unique to RPGFan. Comic updates were originally planned to happen 2-3 times a week, though 'real life' obligations made such a schedule hard to always stick to.

Accompanying each comic update was a rant by Damian, which was never about anything in specific, and sometimes served to explain the story behind the comic, or explain anything about it that might not be obvious to everyone who read it.

While Damian and Meg were the main creative team, and handled the majority of the comic updates, there was occasionally a guest artist and/or writer. For full credits, see below.

Both Damian and Meg are no longer with RPGFan, which is the reason the comic was terminated. The two of them put plenty of work into the section though, so we decided to keep everything archived here.

To view the archive of RPGFan Illustrated from the start up until its final run on June 18, 2002, click the link below.

RPGFan Illustrated

 
Credits
Written & conceived by: Damian Thomas
Art by: Meg Olson
Guest writers: Meg Olson, Michael Salbato
Guest artists: Jason Wilton, Michael Salbato, Stephen Harris, Pyra


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