The Monolith Beyond Time and Space plus The God That Crawls.
It's not that Raggi doesn't do good shit - he does. Production qualities are always aces and I've like (if not really liked) nearly everything that Raggi has written. I haven't been as happy with the writing when he's published for third parties, but even in these cases, production qualities were top notch (although I still scratch my head about the overly purple map included with Carcosa).
So, when I saw that there were only about 9 hours left to fund this project (it was funded, just pushing towards it's second bonus goal, which I think I helped push it over) I bit the bullet and funded for the print and PDF copies of the two books.
Yep, I've become a crowd source addict.
Ah well, could be worse. I mean, Raggi does good writing, finds amazing artists and the physical copies of his stuff is well worth leaving on a coffee table for the reaction alone. If this was written my a third party, I might have opted in for the PDFs only.
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