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james shipman

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    Art/writing/game thief James Shipman (Outlaw Press) is back, this time on Lulu [Irwin x2] [Mr. Shipman has passed away]

    He seems to be going under the monniker "J S" on Lulu.com, and has a number of products up including Gristlegrim Dungeon, the T&T PLayer's Companion etc. If you look at the preview for the game "Harg" his name is there in black and white. There are also some issues of the Hobbit Hole up there...
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    James Shipman of Outlaw Press sent me an email 'thanking' me for posting pics of my T&T collection...

    I recently posted a lot of big pics of my Tunnels & Trolls collection at the Trollbridge Forums. (If you'd like to take a look-see the thread is HERE . ) Today I received an email from "Hobbit King": "Thanks for posting the new pictures. They will be perfect for a new Hobbit Hole article! :)"...
  3. Web Warlock

    Shipman is back

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I don't really have the energy to fight this guy anymore. But Jim Shipman is back selling his wares and hiding behind some vague disclaimer how he is not responsible for the content of the books he sells. http://www.outlawpressinc.com/ As I...
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    Open Letter to James Shipman

    I have not been an RPG.net poster in the past, and may not be here much in the future, but I think this is an important site for communication. Therefore, I wish to post this open letter to James Shipman about his continuing misuse of my name and Tunnels and Trolls. Ken St. Andre Phoenix...
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    [T&T] Outlaw Press Back & Still Thieving!

    One of my artist mates has just pointed out that Outlaw Press/James L. Shipman are now back at it with their thieving ways after lying low for a while. Clearly you can't keep the scumbag down and he's as determined as ever to steal art, writing, and IP material that doesn't belong to him, and...
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    Outlaw Press Watch

    For those interested in the continuing story of James Shipman and Outlaw Press (after the first thread was locked due to length), there is more to tell. I'm not a great cataloger or chronicler, so I am going to link off to a fantastic summary...
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