Justin Davis at A Field Guide to Doomsday is doing a series of monster graphics and descriptions based on those in the Fire in the Jungle Supplement! First in the series…Tuskhog.
Next…Green Tiger.
Next…Rust Rhino.
Next…Rust Rhino Redux.
Next…Horned Hippo.
Next…Mumkey.

I’m excited that Justin is doing these posts because there wasn’t much room in the Supplement to give the monsters more than a brief description, and Justin’s pretty much the best monster designer in the OSR blog-o-rama. Later this year, I plan to release a post-apoc “Blasted Jungle” supplement featuring some of Justin’s unique creations. Check out his site…he’s got fun and games.

In other jungle news, there’s a manhunt in Uganda:

“For Ugandan soldiers tasked with catching Joseph Kony, the real threat is not the elusive Central Africa warlord and his brutal gang. Encounters with the Lord’s Resistance Army rebels are so rare that Kony hunters worry more about the threats of the jungle: Armed poachers, wild beasts, honey bees, and even a fly that torments their ears.”

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Posting has been and will be light this month. I’ve been working on a sequel to the Fire in the Jungle Supplement:

In the meantime, here’s an image dump…

I posted a b&w version of this Chichen Itza image last year, but found this one and thought it looked cool…

This is what elephants look like in my jungle setting…

Dragon ♥ Tiger…

Full Metal Jacket…

Old British war comic: The Green Hell…

Humping the jungle…