Dragon and Dungeon magazines fold
Paizo Publishing and Wizards of the Coast today announced the conclusion of Paizo’s license to produce Dragon and Dungeon magazines effective September 2007. The final issues will be Dragon #359 and Dungeon #150, both of
which will contain special content commemorating the history of these magazines. Dragon and Dungeon have been the backbone of Paizo Publishing for five years since they spun off from Wizards of the Coast’s periodicals department in 2002, and both magazines have been an integral part of the RPG publishing world for decades.
The magazines have a long history of publishing comics content, including Phil Foglio’s What’s New and Aaron Williams’ Nodwick.
“Today the internet is where people go to get this kind of information,” said Scott Rouse, Senior Brand Manager of Dungeons & Dragons®, Wizards of the Coast. “By moving to an online model we are using a delivery system that broadens our reach to fans around the world. Paizo has been a great partner to us over the last several years. We wish them well on their future endeavors.”
Subscribers should go to Paizo to learn more about the future of their subscriptions. Multiple options will be available for customers whose subscriptions extend beyond the final issues of the magazines.