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It's getting pretty cold out. It's a good time to head indoors and grab yourself a blanket and a gaming magazine. In this case, you can get the autumn issue of Irregular Magazine now. Just because Halloween's over doesn't mean all the rest of the spooky stuff has to.

The lines at San Diego Comic Con can be really, really, really long. So, what do you do while you're standing in line (or, you know, if you're not one of the people there and just have some time on your hands)? You read a gaming magazine! And Irregular Magazine has their latest issue now available. Timing!
With having had the windows open in my apartment for weeks, it's strange to think that it's still winter. But, still being February, winter it is. So, whether you're out under a tree like I can be, or hiding inside from the snow, it's a good time to read a gaming magazine. And Irregular Magazine has their latest issue available now for your reading pleasure.
This is the last post of the day here on TGN. So, what will you do to fill the void between now and when I schedule up the first one for tomorrow? Well, I might suggest a gaming magazine. In particular, Issue 4 of Irregular Magazine is now available. It's just full of all sorts of gaming goodies to tide you over.
As I mentioned earlier, I've seen a lot of you are traveling to Chicago for Adepticon. Many of the updates are coming from people sitting in airports, waiting for their flights. Well, if that's where you're at (or are anywhere that you can stop and read a digital magazine, really), you can fill up that wait with the 3rd issue of Irregular Magazine, which is available now.
Looking at the calendar, it's still summer (going by Northern hemisphere here, obviously). But, to me and a lot of other people I know, they're already ready for autumn (hell, my Kroger has Halloween decorations out). So, it seems like it'd be a great time to come out with the Summer/Autumn issue of your magazine, if you were to release them in such a fashion. Irregular Magazine does that, and hey, their latest issue is available.
Monday's gone.
Now we've got ourselves elbow-deep into Tuesday. I know a lot of people that will be headed to Boston this weekend for PAX East. Well, along the way, you could listen to some gaming podcasts. Good thing we've got them all together in our Podcast Roundup.

Today we have: Ice Cream For Everyone Ep 21: Tom Williams, Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 71- The Prodigals Club and Wisdom Check 3, Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 169 – Horizon Wars, Epic Gaming Night Podcast Ep 51 Player or Hobbyist, Tales of Malifaux 28, The Hub Systems Episode 18 - Adepticon & Polyversal, From the Hip talks up the inaugural Connecticut Festival of Indie Games, Irregular Magazine Salute 2016 Videos, and News of the North – 2016-04-19.

Irregular Magazine is back from hiatus and has posted the first issue of Volume 2 of their magazine. In this first issue back they take a look at building an army on the cheap, some sci-fi short story, how to make a scratch-built Star Destroyer for X-Wing, and some advice on scratch-building some alien terrain. All that and more. Let's welcome them back and download the magazine (it's free, by the way).

From the release:
Irregular Magazine has posted up Issue 14 online for your downloading and reading pleasure.

In this issue:

Yes again, we have another fantastic issue for everyone. We have a couple of really interesting opinion pieces looking at shopping on the internet vs. the highstreet and at the online phenomenon that has really exploded this year: Kickstarter. We also have a great short story for your entertainment from the talented pen of Dave Jackson.

There is also an interview with Jon Robertson of Urban Mammoth about Warheads: Medieval Tales, a look at painting a ruined tower and a great guide to making your own character bases. Daniel Liefer gives us some excellent advice on painting freehand and there are reviews of Fantasy Flight Games’ Gears of War boardgame and the Dredd 3D movie.

Time to get reading – go on, download your copy now.

Irregular Magazine now has issue 13 available to download for your reading pleasure.

In this issue:

First of all, we’d like to start wih an apology to all of our readers and contributors. We were not able to publish Irregular Magazine in Summer 2012, which we deeply regret. We believe we’ve got through the problems that made this impossible and are now back on track with regular publications!

Some people have been experiencing difficulties using ‘right-click > save as’ in their browser. Instead, click on the links to open the PDF in your browser, then use ‘File > save as’ to save it to your computer. Alternatively, download as a zip file.

Once again, we have another great issue, packed with excellent articles and tutorials. We have a really interesting look at the costs of producing limited miniatures runs and a discussion around
how to create scenarios for wargames, as well as a further look into the world of Magic: The Gathering.

We also have a painting guide for Clone Troopers in 15mm scale and a look at whether Airbrushing would be right for you. We also have a look into two different historical backgrounds – The Persian Empire and Trojan England (no, really! Well worth reading). We also priviledged to have an excellent piece on the future sport of Robo Basho, a world of 2115 where Giant Robots are piloted into combat in a heavy metal form of sumo!

Time to get reading – go on, download your copy now.

Irregular Magazine has a new web address. Go check 'em out in their new spot.

From the update:

Just to let everyone know Irregular Magazine has moved hosts and now has a new address. If anyone has had difficulty in finding the latest issue, that's the reason. All back issues can be now be found at the new address along with current and all future copies of the magazine.

Also we are currently looking for contributors to write and illustrate for the magazine.

Irregular Magazine now has Issue 12 on their site, free to download. Check it out.

From this issue:

We have another great issue this month, packed with excellent articles and tutorials. We have a great retrospective looking at a Empire, a computer game from the 70s that is still being played today on the internet. We also have another peek into our developing world for the Traveller RPG, this time some NPCs for players to encounter, there is a review of Leeds Armouries and a look at how the Goths played a part in the downfall of Rome.

There are three tutorials this month; two great guides from Lyn Sthal – a guide to basing and a tutorial on painting faces. We also have the second of a series of articles by Alex Garbett focusing on terrain for spaceship wargaming. This article looks at making stars. There is also our usual review section and a new instalment of Tuk Tuk, by the talented Will Kirby in yet another packed edition of the magazine.

Time to get reading – go on, download your copy now.

Irregular Magazine has a jam-packed issue this month with some excellent articles and tutorials:

From our website:

We have an article looking at the new D8 RPG Sins, which began life at Patriot Games, written by the lead developer of the project. We also have another behind the scenes article, this time looking at the Abney Park’s Airship Pirates RPG, focusing on the artwork for the game with an interview of some of the artists involved.
Irregular Magazine issue 9Issue 9 of Irregular Magazine is now available for download. From their announcement:
This issue our theme is Pulp. Cover artist David Heath has created a superb cover which includes many of our favourite Pulp themes. As usual we have reviews, tutorials, articles and a two short stories plus another episode of our comic Tuk Tuk. Time to get reading – go on, download your copy now.
  • IMP 2011 Show
  • Dungeons & Dragons Competition
  • Tablets in Wargaming
  • The Campaign for Redruth and Camborne
  • On a Wing and a Prayer
  • Tough Love
  • Tuk Tuk
  • Pin Up
  • The Empty Mirror
  • Triples 2011
  • Artist showcase
  • A Means to an End
  • Oniwiban
  • CD Base Terrain
  • City Scum
  • Action Dude
  • Exercises in Imagination & Scratchbuilding
  • Force on Force
  • Til Death Do We Part
Issue 8 of Irregular Magazine is now available for download. From their announcement:
This issue our theme is Beasts, and our themed content includes: Palm Crossing – Rural Encounters for Traveller RPG; several hobby tutorials including painting Alien Skin, Grudgeball (Fantasy Football rules), David Kay takes a look at the Beasts of Middle Earth, plus we have an interview with D&D legend Rodney Thompson from Wizards of the Coast. RPG
  • Beast Mounts (D&D 4th ed)
  • Palm Crossing - Rural Encounters (Traveller RPG)
  • On a Wing and a Prayer