Mad Dogs with Guns: Wargaming in the Gangster Era
June 20, 2017
7.6 X 9.6 X 0.5 inches | 0.01 pounds
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About the Author
Howard Whitehouse has been a wargamer and toy soldierist since the dawn of time, or around 1970, when he was twelve. He has written quite a lot of wargame rules, some of which he is proud of, and some which . . . well, he was twelve. Howard has also written two books of actual history and published four novels for discerning young persons, which involve history in a fairly muddled fashion. Having worked in and around the wargames industry for 25 years, making things, writing things, painting things and selling things, Howard's present role is twin grand poohbar at Pulp Action Library. Roderick Robertson started playing RPGs in the 70s, writing for RPGs in 1990, and editing in '99. Since then he has edited, written or laid-out lots of products for lots of companies, and run two different product lines for two different companies. Roderick has liked minis ever since his Dad bought him some Elastolin Romans one Christmas, and bought his first real minis ruleset (WRG 5th) back in '78 or '79. He has fiddled around with writing rules since some time in the '80s, and is also one of the owners of DunDraCon, California's longest-running games convention (www.dundracon.com).