Rolling Nostalgic: The Art Of Clyde Caldwell

Early Years Clyde Caldwell was born in the city of Gastonia, North Carolina on February 20, 1948. Like fellow TSR legend Keith Parkinson, he was interested in drawing and playing guitar. While...

Rolling Nostalgic: DRAGONLANCE, War (And Remembrance) Of The Lance

Project Overlord In 1981, Tracy Hickman and his wife Laura Hickman were driving from Utah to Wisconsin so Tracy could start a job at TSR, the company that made the Dungeons & Dragons products,...

Rolling Nostalgic: THE COMPLETE ELMORE — VOL II

The Complete Elmore Volume II: Black and White is similar to The Complete Elmore Volume I that we recently discussed here at Last Movie Outpost, except this book contains all of Elmore’s black...

Rolling Nostalgic: THE COMPLETE ELMORE — VOL I

The Complete Elmore: Volume I is an autobiography of the legendary TSR artist Larry Elmore that also contains every single piece of color artwork that he created in his entire career through...

Rolling Nostalgic: MARVEL SUPER HEROES

TSR put out a lot of products in the 1980s. A LOT OF PRODUCTS. One of the best product lines that wasn’t named D&D was the Marvel Super Heroes role-playing game. Simple to...

Rolling Nostalgic: STAR WARS — Escape The Death Star

When Star Wars was a surprise box office smash in 1977, Kenner had to scramble to put out toys and games in order to meet the demand for Christmas 1977. One of...