Rolled & Told is back! This collected edition contains all the adventures, mini-adventures, comics, and articles from issues seven to twelve along with extra content you couldn't get in the single issues!
Rolled and Told Vol. 2 provides hours of pick-up-and-play campaigns designed both for players new to tabletop role playing and for those who have played for years. Every page is filled with beautiful illustrations, comics coinciding with adventures, and splash art from your favorite comic artists to inspire your players! Stop dueling gnomes in of "A Tale of Two Gnomes," go on a solo adventure with Vesska in "Forest of Delusion," and play the adventures "Ship of The Dead," "Reginald's Closet," and many more!
MK Reed is the author of the graphic novels Americus, The Cute Girl Network, Palefire, and Science Comics: Dinosaurs. She also writes and draws the webcomic About A Bull. Her work has appeared in anthologies like Papercutter, Chainmail Bikini, The Big Feminist But, and the Swedish magazine Galago. Americus was the winner of NAIBA’s 2012 Carla Cohen Free Speech Award and was a 2011 American Booksellers for Children’s New Voices title. MK lives in Portland, Oregon, with her very tall husband.
Katie Green is an artist and illustrator living in the southwest of England. She studied for a degree in biology before specializing in illustration and going on to create Lighter Than My Shadow, which is her first book. She publishes a bi-monthly zine, The Green Bean, and shares snippets of her other projects on her website, www.katiegreen.co.uk.
Maia Kobabe is a graduate of the first ever class in the MFA in Comics program at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. E is the illustrator of TOM O'BEDLAM, a single issue which was accepted into the Society of Illustrator's Comic and Cartoon Art annual and nominated for an Ignatz Award in 2016. Maia's short comics have been included in the anthologies ALPHABET (2015), TABULA IDEM (2017), MINE! (2018), GOTHIC TALES OF HAUNTED LOVE (2018), THE SECRET LOVES OF GEEKS (2018), and the forthcoming ADVANCED DEATH SAVES and FASTER THAN LIGHT Y’ALL . Eir work has appeared in The Nib, The Press Democrat, The Pacific Sun, SF Weekly, CCA's Glance magazine, Eleven Eleven, Calendar of Tales, The Comics Beat, The Walkley Magazine, The Comics Reporter and on NewYorker.com. Before setting out to work freelance full-time, e worked for over ten years in libraries and now writes book reviews for Publisher's Weekly. E has been self-publishing comics and zines since 2010, and has attended over fifty comic conventions in that time. More of eir work, including the origins of GENDER QUEER, can be found on tumblr and instagram @redgoldsparks. Eir work is heavily influenced by fairy tales, homesickness, and the search for identity.