Friday, September 12, 2014

WMLP! Volume One Compilation Available on Lulu!

For any and all interested, the WIZARDS MUTANTS LASER PISTOLS! VOLUME ONE COMPILATION is now available for purchase on LULU.COM (visit the WMLP! Store)
In this volume you’ll find all six issues of the fanzine of Old School Weirdness, published for the first time with a real cover and binding!  No more staples catching on the inside of your briefcase when you try to sneak these bad boys into your office!

The first volume includes 6 full levels of the gonzo fantasy underworld BENEATH THE RUINS (over 160 detailed rooms), as well as new character classes, monsters, referees’ quick-roll tables, and short adventures for TSR’s AD&D 1E, and Goblinoid Games’ Mutant Future and Crypt World.

From the back cover…


Within lies a taste of the world of Fantasy before it was clipped and trimmed and placed in a neat box.  Animators and Musketeers delve dank dungeons teeming with Nosferrogu and Flamingodiles, where mutant tribes battle coldly calculating Luminites with poisoned spears and blazing lasers.  Shitoth the Spider Daemon and Bitlinktaknerekt the Hell Gnome stalk their deadly lairs.  The mummified head of the ancient sorcerer TuattaTan berates you for your obesity.  Genres mix and epochs mingle, arcanotech and dinosaurs, Thundarr meets Cthulhu!  Dreams coalesce and nightmares take on reality.  What is this glorious mess?!

It’s WIZARDS MUTANTS LASER PISTOLS! the fanzine of old school weirdness!


  1. Oh snap! There's a coupon right now, too! Enter SHOP20 and you get 20% off like a boss.

  2. As I type this comment, the WMLP compilation is Number 8 on the Lulu weekly sales chart in the Games catagory. Congrats!

  3. Yay! Thanks for being a big supporter of us, Tim! I hope all the folks who've bought the compilation find lots of great stuff for their game table.

  4. I've bought it. Beneath the Ruins is my favorite dungeon of all time! Great job!

  5. Thanks Sergio! More Beneath the Ruins fun is in the works. There are many more sub-levels and areas, but I'm trying to decide whether to learn to make more professional maps or just publish them au natural like I've been doing in WMLP!

  6. This is my first foray into your mad works and I'm impressed. I even enjoy that first crossword! As I get through the whole compilation, I'll have a better idea but so far it's great. I love the art and the style. Do you have a tight knit group of contributors or do you take submissions?

  7. Sorry for the late reply! Glad you're enjoying it, Kersus! For the majority of the issues everything was done by myself and my three comrades (we have a weekly D&D campaign and much of the content comes from it). We're on hiatus right now, but when we restart, we'll definitely be taking some submissions.

  8. staples catching on the inside of your briefcase when you try to sneak these bad boys into your office

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