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Dork Covenant By John Kovalic,

  • Title: Dork Covenant
  • Author: John Kovalic
  • ISBN: 9781930964402
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • Release your inner nerd with Dork Covenant, the first collection of the critically acclaimed comic book by cartoonist John Kovalic From dragon filled dungeons to star treks, from comic book conventions to internet naughtiness, Dork Tower is the comic that put the cult back into sub culture Join Matt, Igor, Ken, Gilly the Perky Goth and Carson the Muskrat in their uproaRelease your inner nerd with Dork Covenant, the first collection of the critically acclaimed comic book by cartoonist John Kovalic From dragon filled dungeons to star treks, from comic book conventions to internet naughtiness, Dork Tower is the comic that put the cult back into sub culture Join Matt, Igor, Ken, Gilly the Perky Goth and Carson the Muskrat in their uproariously dorky adventures.
    Dork Covenant Release your inner nerd with Dork Covenant the first collection of the critically acclaimed comic book by cartoonist John Kovalic From dragon filled dungeons to star treks from comic book convention

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    1. This is an interesting read for me For one, it s set in Madison, the city when I grew up For two, this first volume features comics that were written in the mid to late 90 s, a time when I was firmly entrenched in the geek scene That was back when I had the time to play tabletop games, LARP, and play and trade Magic like a demonic spice merchant As such, it was really interesting to see this comic chronicling those times Poking good natured fun at each of those geek pass times The humor might wo [...]

    2. John Kovalicin Dork Covenant the Collected Dork Tower, Volume I Dork Storm Press, 2002 on hilpe strippisarjakuva Mattista, Igorista, Kenist ja Carsonista joka on piisami , nelj st tavallisesta wisconsinilaisesta kaveruksesta, jotka harrastavat roolipelaamista, lukevat sarjakuvia, katselevat scifisarjoja, kiertelev t erilaisissa coneissa ja niin edesp in N rteist on siis kyse Dork Tower nauraa hyv ntahtoisesti alakulttuurin rimm isille piirteille, mutta suhtautuu aiheeseensa my s l mm ll ja rakka [...]

    3. Ah, Dork Tower How do I love thee Let me count the ways Practically overnight, gaming related comics became a genre, with new titles springing up left and right DT distinguished itself early John Kovalic seemed to draw just a little bit funnier, his comic timing just slightly impeccable There s a rhythm to his dialogue, cresting in waves of humor that are pure delight to read This is the book that started it all See Matt and Gilly meet sort of for the first time See Matt s first attempt to GM I [...]

    4. I ve been vaguely aware of Dork Tower for a while, but hadn t opened up any of the comics If you re a gamer of any sort even in the most casual way , something here will resonate with you If you re any kind of dork nerd, geek, whatever your preferred terminology , Dork Tower gets you I have decided that I definitely prefer collections of comics to single issues I m not patient enough to wait for the next issue and my apartment is too small to house the stacks of books and comics that are already [...]

    5. A collection of many of the early Dork Tower comic strips, the book is fun, portraying geek life with a light hearted look The introduction is fairly stupid if you don t have the same sense of humor as Dave Sim, but the rest of the book is definitely worth reading Strips such as the aborted attempts of Gilly to meet Matt vice versa, Igor trying wargaming, a visit to BigCon all add up to a lot of laughter.

    6. Cute, but I m not gamer enough to truly appreciate Dork Tower I m just geek enough to want to.The game included at the end of the volume looked fun, but was sadly a three person game discovered during a two geek social situation.Reading order 1Publication order 1 2000 Chronological order 1

    7. A collection of a gaming comic strip I first encountered in Dragon Magazine, and only thought was OK at the time Think of it like the halfway point between Shortpacked and Knights of the Dinner Table, but without the edginess of either I still don t think it s one of the best comic strips I ve read, but it grew on me as I read it, so I m happy with it.

    8. It says I ve read this before but I don t remember and it s still pretty dang funny so i m reading it now.Yep total hilariousness I love the goths they are great This really helped me get through my gaming withdrawals I haven t role played in about a year except for at the last game day event I went to about 4 months ago I really need to geek out.

    9. this was written during the late 90s at the twilight of my role playing days creates a warm fuzzy feeling for me and also brings about some very awkward times a strong memory of afternoons lost at between books and figuring out what comes next.

    10. Probably one of my shorter reviews, as there is not much to say If you like Dork Tower here is a glimpse into the early days The drawings a slightly different from today, but still as funny If you are into RPG, gaming, and all around geek humor, you will love this collection.

    11. The gang and the story is still getting in stride and while it lacks the complexity of Knights of the Dinner Table s storylines, it is endearing and funny and adorkable.

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