Update on Brothers Divided: Skirmishes in the Gettysburg Campaign, Volume 2

This is the tentative cover art for Volume 2 of Brothers Divided: Skirmishes in the Gettysburg Campaign, to be published in 2010 by Marek/Janci Design of Wheaton, Illinois. All the maps are completed, and the next step will be to do the interior graphic design and layout. Ivor Janci, the publisher and graphic artist, works on this wargaming scenario book in his spare time from his regular catalogue and advertising piece business. Hence, there is no set timetable for completing this fifth wargaming book we have collaboarated on in the past ten years. We expect to have it by Fall-In at the latest, but this is subject to change.

I had the privilege of visiting Ivor and Frani earlier this month at their home and see a small portion of Ivor’s wonderful collection of wargaming figures and terrain. He’s very talented. This upcoming scenario book is designed for skirmish wargaming rules sets such as Ivor’s classic Brother Against Brother. The book contains a dozen small-unit actions from the Battle of Gettysburg.

 

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3 thoughts on “Update on Brothers Divided: Skirmishes in the Gettysburg Campaign, Volume 2

  1. Barry S

    Thanks for the update Scott. I’m looking forward to it!

  2. Anonymous

    Any update when it is going to be released?

  3. It’s all in the hands of the publisher, Marek/Janci Design. The owner is swamped with regular work, but is hoping to get the book done as a digital offering sometime in the future.

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