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My other Webcomic, a Sprite-based D&D RPG Webcomic about a group of adventurers aiming to become the first Epic Level Adventuring Group to appear in 15 years.


Other Campaign Comics!


The original campaign comic!  According to DM of the Rings, The Lord of the Rings wouldn't make a good Dungeons & Dragons campaign.


Darths & Droids

This is the comic that has (arguably) popularized the whole concept of Campaign Comics.  Darths & Droids follows a similar premise to The DM of the Rings, except with all six Star Wars movies and with a slightly different approach from the Game Master of the story.


A screencap comic of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Equestria is a custom campaign setting for Dungeons and Dragons, and the mane six are Player Characters. How will a party of six roleplayers fare in a world where the usual hack-'n'-slash high fantasy has been replaced by pastel-colored ponies?



Do you like Naruto? Do you like Tabletop gaming? Well, watch them be united by someone whose never played one and has no comic experience! It's better than it sounds, I promise.


This one following the adventures of a group of players in a homebrew campaign following the story of young Steven and the millenia old crystal gems who protect the world from monsters...who are a group of players sitting around a table throwing dice at each other.


A campaign comic about what Sword Art Online would be like if it were a roleplaying game.


Long ago, the players rolled in harmony. Then everything changed when the new DM started a homebrewed campaign.  This one's based on Avatar: The Last Airbender.



This one's based on Jurassic Park

Guildhalls and Dragonslayers

This one's based on Fairy Tail.


JoJo's Bizarre Roleplay

A bizarre campaign comic based on JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.


This one's based on Game of Thrones.



Knights of Buena Vista covers mainly the Disney Animated Canon and a few other Disney works and Pixar films.


Highschool of the D&D

High School of the D&D runs the anime/manga High School Of The Dead as a D&D-ish style campaign.


An RPG Screencap comic based on the Marvel movies from The Marvel Cinematic Universe.



This webcomic attempts to show what would happen if, in a universe where Pokémon doesn't exist, a gamemaster develops a roleplaying system with similar mechanics and hosts a game with it.



A Harry Potter Campaign Comic.


The Bloody Nipple

This comic is a series of screen captures taken from the film Conan the Barbarian.


In which the crew of the USS Enterprise is played by a group of teenagers who are usually more interested in experience points than in socio-political commentary.  Usually. It's a Star Trek: The Original Series campaign comic.



Campaign Comic with a bunch of Tabletop RPG players playing the Final Fantasy games as RPG campaigns.



Campaign Comic for Puella Magi Madoka Magica.


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Yes, someone made a campaign comic based on Twilight... enjoy!  ^_^



Campaign Comic for Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS.



A group of gamers decide to hold an all night gaming session. It's all fun and games for them, but someone is taking it way too seriously. What's going to happen when things start getting...strange? Who Goes There, the last game you will ever play.


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Campaign Comic for Pirates of the Caribbean.



Another Harry Potter Campaign Comic.


Crit Miss is a Campaign Comic by Helpusobi1 hosted on ComicFury that follows the story of Mark (Indiana Jones), Haley (René Belloq), and Josh (Satipo, later Marion Ravenwood) as they roleplay through the four movie installments of Indiana Jones.



Inspired by DM of the Rings, Darths & Droids and ComicFury's very own Friendship is Dragons; D&DS9 envisions the world of Star Trek: Deep Space 9 as an RPG campaign. Updates at least 3 times a week, often more.

(Note: No tribbles were harmed in the making of this comic)


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That's right, there's another one.  :p


Pirates of The Campaign

And then there were three...




Mutant Worlds

X-Men Campaign Comic


A screen-capture comic taking the film 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' into a tabletop roleplaying game.