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by Dille - Dixon - Spiegle,Comics

Download Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness (A TSR Graphic Novel) ePub
  • ISBN 0880388005
  • ISBN13 978-0880388009
  • Language English
  • Author Dille - Dixon - Spiegle,Comics
  • Publisher TSR Graphic Novel; 1st edition (1990)
  • Pages 54
  • Formats lrf lrf lit doc
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1120 kb
  • Size Fb2 1612 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
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By Flint Dille, Buzz Dixon, and Dan Spiegle. Only the mysterious Agent 13 stands between the macabre Brotherhood and world domination. This is both an action-packed graphic novel and role-playing game in one. Softcover, 8 1/2-in. 52 pages, full color. NOTE: Includes game pieces: A map, a sheet of die-cut playing pieces, and statistics for three playing characters. Agent 13 Acolytes of Darkness GN (1990 TSR) Tags: Agent 13 GN (TSR). Published Mar 1990 by TSR.

Only Agent 13 stands between the Brotherhood and world domination . and it will take all his fantastic powers, all his mystical knowledge, all his courage to stand against the ancient conspiracy in this final, fateful battle. game statistics for three of the major characters in Acolytes of Darkness- a supplement to the AGENT 13 Sourcebook, allowing you to create adventures involving all of the principal characters who appear in this story.

Comic book artist extraordinaire Howard Chaykin has created all-new original artwork to grace the cover of Hermes Press' upcoming collection of Agent 13 stories into a deluxe graphic novel. Joe) and Dave Marconi (Die.

Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness. Acolytes of Darkness. Issue Number: OGN SC Publisher: TSR Cover: March 1990, 1. 5 Origin: United States, English Format: Color, Original Graphic Novel, 54 pages.

Includes The Pursuit of Itsu board game bound in with playing pieces. Flint Dille; David Marconi; Buzz Dixon. 0. Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness Agent 13. 1. Agent 13. . These inserts are not included in the page count. Inside covers are blank. Agent 13: Acolytes of Darkness (Table of Contents).3. Acolytes of Darkness Agent 13. 4. Pursuit of Itsu. 6. Pursuit of Itsu: An Agent 13 Boardgame Agent 13. 7. Supplement for the Agent 13 Sourcebook Agent 13.

The AGENT 13 Sourcebook allows TOP SECRET/S. game players to enjoy the pulp-adventure action of the 30's

The AGENT 13 Sourcebook allows TOP SECRET/S. game players to enjoy the pulp-adventure action of the 30's. Enter the world of diabolical villains, beautiful (and deadly) dames, courageous heroes, and improbable escapes. The Brotherhood plans to bring the world to its knees - can you stop them?

Agent 13: The Midnight Avenger was the name of a novel series based on Top Secret/S. setting published by TSR, Inc. from 1986 to 1988.

Agent 13: The Midnight Avenger was the name of a novel series based on Top Secret/S. There were three stories in the series, following the actions of the protagonist referred to in the novels only as Agent 13, or simply, The Agent. It was written by Flint Dille and David Marconi. There is also a source book based on the characters and settings in the series.

The Complete Agent 13, a collection of three noir-ish short novels, looks back gleefully at the serials, radio . We meet her as a waif/victim in Book 1, "The Invisible Empire. But by Book 3, "Acolytes of Darkness," she's trained herself to be a warrior princess, worthy of equal billing

The Complete Agent 13, a collection of three noir-ish short novels, looks back gleefully at the serials, radio dramas and pulp detective novels of the 1930s and 1940s. But by Book 3, "Acolytes of Darkness," she's trained herself to be a warrior princess, worthy of equal billing. Does she get it? No-it's the 1940s, and gender roles are what they were. This trilogy becomes Maggie's story in the end.