The GURPS GIRL GENIUS Kickstarter drops 10/20/21.

I wonder how fast it’ll fund. Depends on the amount, I guess. Anything under twenty grand, blink and you’ll miss it. But if they’re trying to pre-fund a print run, it’ll be higher, and that’ll take longer. Like, say, a day.

Moe Lane

PS: Of course I’m signed up to be notified.

The Sparks and Monsters: a Girl Genius Graphic Novel Kickstarter.

Funny story: an earlier version of the Sparks and Monsters: a Girl Genius Graphic Novel Kickstarter was up a few days earlier, but they took it down right away (probably there was a technical issue). By the time I could navigate the link there was no pledge button… but I continued to bat at the screen with my mouse, wondering why I couldn’t get it to work, and for far too long. In my defense, though, it was after midnight.

I did not have this problem this time.

Moe Lane

PS: Funded first day, too. And there’s nothing like watching the numbers go up, let me tell you. Although I’m sure it’s old hat to the Foglios by now…

In the mail: Girl Genius: Second Journal, Volume 3.

The full title is Girl Genius: The Second Journey of Agatha Heterodyne Volume 3: The Incorruptible Library, which is a bit of a mouthful. I always pick up my volumes via Kickstarter, but it’s also available on Amazon if you happen to be one of those poor unfortunates who didn’t manage to get on that already.  It’s the usual pretty book with entertaining steampunk mad science adventures; so if you did do the Kickstarter, look to your mailboxes.

The Girl Genius Volume 16: The Incorruptible Library Kickstarter.

I typically pick up these graphic novels as soon as Studio Foglio Kickstarts them, and Girl Genius Volume 16 is no exception.  Girl Genius has been going on since… wow. I can’t remember when I wasn’t reading Girl Genius online. According to Wikipedia they started the comic in 2001 and put it online in 2005, which means that I’ve been reading it religiously for sixteen years.  ‘Course, I’ve been reading Phil Foglio himself for almost thirty.

Because I’m OLD. Or at least getting there. Anyway, good series, check it out.

Ah, I see that Baron Klaus Wulfenbach has finally found a worthy opponent…

himself.  It must be tricky, coming up with ways to utterly sabotage the commands coming from the alien mind control device in your head while at the same time appearing to be following its orders to the letter.

Although, to be fair: “following orders to the letter” is one of the classic sabotage methods.