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Knights of the Dinner Table: Bundle of Trouble volume 46 (PDF edition)

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Cover Artist: Greg Davis

Writer/Artist: Jolly Blackburn and the D-Team

Hoody hoo! This 142 page 'perfectbound' PDF compilation contains all four issues worth of classic strips from Knights of the Dinner Table #159 through #162 (Saving the Wurld at $7.50/Hour, More than Meets the Die, The Natural & SpaceHack 3000), crammed between two covers! It’s always a great time to pick up these hysterically funny strips, so don't miss out on this incredible addition to any gamer's virtual bookshelf!

The overwhelming majority of strips in this PDF are presented in color. (These issues span a transitional period where we were implementing a color workflow. Although the monthly magazine is monochrome for cost reasons, the underlying work is done in color to facilitate future digital products such as this.)

Read on as The Blackhands continue their reign of terror as the Four Herdsmen of the Apocalypse. Nitro has his work cut out for him as the cattlemen wreak havoc through his CattlePunk campaign world with their bovine battle tactics. Mysteries abound around the Knights’ table as to the fate of Dave’s mage, El Mardico, which Brian thinks he may have solved. The luck siphoning die, Fitz, continues to make gameplay nigh impossible for the Knights before its disappearance during a power outage in B.A.’s house.

Nitro’s day at Gamer Court under his honor, Weird Pete, has finally arrived and a crowd has gathered to watch the proceedings. Everyone is in attendance except for B.A., Bob, Brian, and Dave who have launched an expedition into what may be the most dangerous place for a Muncie gamer to tread: The Lair of Prowler.


The Strips
from Issue #159 Saving the Wurld at $7.50/hour
Remember the Ala-Mooo Part 2
The Job at Hand
Peckin' for a Heart of Gold
The Transaction
Full Disclosure
The Summons

from Issue #160: More than Meets the Die
Makin' Tracks
Revisionist History
The Copy Edit
Terror from the Dunes
The Edge of Doom
A New Legacy

from Issue #161: The Natural
The Big Chill
The Hungry Dark
The Lost Strips: “Suspiciously Polite”
The Lost Strips: “Itching for a Fight”
The Lost Strips: “Lawful Dead”
The Lost Strips: “No Back to Get”
The Lost Strips: “Stand in the Place That You Are”
The Lost Strips: “Mystery Date”
The Lost Strips: “Feel the Burn”

from Issue #162: Spacehack 3000
Rucking Up
Fury in a Box: 3x3
Court in Session
Cat Scratch Alley
The Mother Lode
The Cat Who Was and Was Not There
GameMaster, GameMaster
The Prowling
Implausible Deniability

Bits and Pieces
One-Two Punches
Parting Shots

K&C 746, 'mostly' color

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