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Knights of the Dinner Table: Bundle of Trouble volume 48 (PDF)

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Cover Artist: Jolly Blackburn

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 #167 through #170 (Me Tarzan You Slain, Rolling Thunder, Third Time’s a Charm & Easy Money), 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 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.)

In Bundle of Trouble #48 there’s a bit of a brou-ha-ha as Patty’s Perps butt heads with one another. Reese disapproves of the group’s penchant for violence and tries to convince Chad to show a little mercy to a captured foe. Crutch, meanwhile, is jonesing hard to make his next level and convinces the party to take on some random encounters, much to Patty’s delight.

At the Knights’ table, Bob continues training the orc, Grugal, in hand to hand combat as disagreements begin to mount within the group about what to do with the young monster. Having Johnny back in the game has repercussions of its own (especially when B.A. temporarily suspends his “no alcohol” policy for the night). When Brian reminds B.A. of an obscure spell from Hackjournal Bosnia #237, the group is in for an upset as it proves to be a real game-changer.


The Strips
from Issue #167 Me Tarzan You Slain
Just Like Old Times
Do the Smite Thing
Glory Days
The Straggler
For a Few E-Pees More­­
The Lost Strips V: “Player Kryptonite”
The Orc is Not My Son Part III: Orc in the City
The Orc is Not My Son Part III: The Gift Cow
The Orc is Not My Son Part III: Orc Autumn

Issue #168: Rolling Thunder
Crit-Man in the House
Bitter-Sweet Cheeks
Toot Your Horn
The Ultimatum
An Encounter Too Far
The Bereaved and the Dead
A Switch in Time
The Lost Strips VI: “Totally Legit”
The Lost Strips VI: “Character Advancement Exam”

Issue #169: Third Time’s a Charm
Ground Zero
Blood and Medals
Shock Waves
The Lost Strips VII: "Playing Make Believe"
The Lost Strips VII: "Susie Gimbles"
The Lost Strips VII: “That Corked Up Feeling”
The Lost Strips VII: “A Higher Authority”
The Lost Strips VII: “Missing the Point”

Issue #170: Easy Money
In the Flesh
Shake, Rattle and Roll...
High Stakes Joker
The Milestone
The Lost Strips VIII: “Lost in Translation”
The Lost Strips VIII: “Dice Audit”
The Lost Strips VIII: “Channeling Gary”

Bits and Pieces
One-Two Punches
Weird Pete’s Games Pit:A Closer Look
Parting Shots

K&C 748, mostly color interiors

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