History ComicStrip / WhatsNewWithPhilAndDixie

22nd Apr '17 9:10:18 PM Geoduck
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''What's New? with Phil and Dixie'' is a gaming comic by Creator/PhilFoglio that ran originally in TSR's role-playing-centered ''[[Magazine/{{Dragon}} Dragon Magazine]]'', and then in the official ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' magazine. It's now [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20070107 republished on the web]].

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''What's New? with Phil and Dixie'' is a gaming comic by Creator/PhilFoglio that ran originally in TSR's role-playing-centered ''[[Magazine/{{Dragon}} Dragon Magazine]]'', and then in the official ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' magazine. It's now It was [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20070107 republished republished]] on Phil's website for a time, but now is only available via the web]].
[[http://wayback.archive.org/web/20150428204213/http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20070107 Internet Archive Wayback Machine]]; none of the links below will work.
8th Aug '16 8:30:21 AM longWriter
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* StopHelpingMe: InUniverse in a piece on animal companions: "Some animals possess human level intelligence or better. These can be disastrous. [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20090823 And some are just animals that want to help you and think they can. These are worse.]]"


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* UnwantedAssistance: InUniverse in a piece on animal companions: "Some animals possess human level intelligence or better. These can be disastrous. [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20090823 And some are just animals that want to help you and think they can. These are worse.]]"
17th Jan '16 7:38:32 PM PaulA
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** In the 1980s run of ''What's New?'', Phil and Dixie kept promising that their expose of "Sex and ''D&D''!" was on its way, only to be put off for another month each issue. [[spoiler:When it finally did arrive, it was just about the mating habits of various monsters. Psych!]] One might suggest that they ultimately provided this with ''ComicBook/XXXenophile''...

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** In the 1980s run of ''What's New?'', Phil and Dixie kept promising that their expose of "Sex and ''D&D''!" was on its way, only to be put off for another month each issue. [[spoiler:When it finally did arrive, it was just about the mating habits of various monsters. Psych!]] One might suggest that they ultimately provided this with ''ComicBook/XXXenophile''...Psych!]]
17th Jan '16 9:45:29 AM StFan
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!!This comic strip provides examples of:

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!!This comic strip !!''What's New? with Phil and Dixie'' provides examples of:



** In the 1980s run of ''What's New?'', Phil and Dixie kept promising that their expose of "Sex and ''D&D''!" was on its way, only to be put off for another month each issue. [[spoiler:When it finally did arrive, it was just about the mating habits of various monsters. Psych!]] One might suggest that they ultimately provided this with ''XXXenophile''...

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** In the 1980s run of ''What's New?'', Phil and Dixie kept promising that their expose of "Sex and ''D&D''!" was on its way, only to be put off for another month each issue. [[spoiler:When it finally did arrive, it was just about the mating habits of various monsters. Psych!]] One might suggest that they ultimately provided this with ''XXXenophile''...''ComicBook/XXXenophile''...



29th Oct '15 3:29:26 AM StFan
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* NudeNatureDance: Dixie indulges in [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20100131 a strip about the wilderness]]. Of course she didn't count on the bees, the snakes, scorpions, spiders or nomadic tribes.
23rd Aug '15 5:32:27 PM Adept
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* MorallyAmbiguousDucktorate: In an issue about spy games, one of the spy gadgets identified by a recruit as a trainee test is a rubber duckie. Apparently not a normal one, as he points out that it's capable of killing several people simultaneously (and has a plastic squeaker device in its mouth, too).
8th Jun '15 6:56:48 AM DaibhidC
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Dixie is a redhead in ''Dragon'' and a blonde in ''Duelist''. In one ''Duelist'' strip, they find their ''Dragon'' props, including "[[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20090419 my old wig]]".

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* AdaptationDyeJob: Dixie is a redhead in ''Dragon'' and a blonde in ''Duelist''. In one ''Duelist'' strip, they find their ''Dragon'' props, including "[[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20090419 my old wig]]". Of course, it eventually turns out that [[RoboticReveal that's not the real Dixie]].
8th Jun '15 6:48:16 AM DaibhidC
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* CostumesChangeYourSize: In Dragon magazine #68 (December 1982), a man who's 6 feet tall and weighs maybe 300 lb. becomes an elven woman at least two feet shorter. When asked how he did it, he says "Special shoes". This is also the secret of the "Dragon into Girl" trick

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* CostumesChangeYourSize: In Dragon magazine #68 (December 1982), a man who's 6 feet tall and weighs maybe 300 lb. becomes an elven woman at least two feet shorter. When asked how he did it, he says "Special shoes". This is also the secret of the "Dragon "[[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20100530 Dragon into Girl" Girl]]" trick
8th Jun '15 6:47:37 AM DaibhidC
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* CostumesChangeYourSize: In Dragon magazine #68 (December 1982), a man who's 6 feet tall and weighs maybe 300 lb. becomes an elven woman at least two feet shorter. When asked how he did it, he says "Special shoes".

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* CostumesChangeYourSize: In Dragon magazine #68 (December 1982), a man who's 6 feet tall and weighs maybe 300 lb. becomes an elven woman at least two feet shorter. When asked how he did it, he says "Special shoes". This is also the secret of the "Dragon into Girl" trick


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* OrWasItADream: Phil and Dixie wake up believing most of the second ''Dragon'' run was AllJustADream. [[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20100523 It was not]].
8th Jun '15 6:26:14 AM DaibhidC
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* AdaptationDyeJob: Dixie is a redhead in ''Dragon'' and a blonde in ''Duelist''. In one ''Duelist'' strip, they find their ''Dragon'' props, including "[[http://www.airshipentertainment.com/growfcomic.php?date=20090419 my old wig]]".
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