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Dynamite Entertainment’s New Barbarella Comic

-This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Guest Reviewer:  Dave Johnson This is a new graphic novel based on the original character created by Jean-Claude Forest. The art is fantastic and just what I’d expect from a professional publisher. The writing is imaginative and is in keeping with the Barbarella …

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Dungeon Magazine #6: Enter the Tortles

Guest Writer: Brian DiTullo This Month in Dungeon: Plug-And-Play!!! The final issue of the first year of Dungeon Magazine represented the first milestone for the publication, and the last issue that was available exclusively for subscribers. Beginning with issue #7, Dungeon was available for purchase at newsstands, book stores, and hobby shops. This issue contains six adventures of varying degrees …

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77 Lost Worlds, a Post-Apocalyptic RPG

Guest Writer: Dave Johnson I have always been a big fan of science fiction movies, television shows, and books. I think it’s the idea that something better will come to us in the future. But, as we all know, life isn’t clean and tidy; sometimes things go horribly wrong. Life is messy. The struggle to survive lets us know we …

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Titan Comics’ Doctor Radar, Building on Many Genres

Guest Writer: Mike Case Writer: Noël Simsolo Art: Bézian Translator: Ivanka Hahnanberger Noël Simsolo’s Doctor Radar hits a lot of what I like about historical detective fiction (or whatever genre I’m supposed to call this. Maybe I’ll stick to the probably too broad term “graphic novel”). The past not completely rewritten; but rather like being reminded of the past or …

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Space Cowboys’ T.I.M.E Stories Narrative Game

 Guest Writer: Dave Johnson -This review was brought to you by the gift of a review copy, the letters QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. T.I.M.E. Stories is a fantastic science fiction board game/role-playing game. It has elements of both types of games and I really think this makes it a unique and entertaining gaming experience that all will enjoy. Months …

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Dynamite’s Killer Instinct 2 is Explosive Stuff!

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke Writer: Ian Edginton Art: Cam Adams Picking up a new comic title part way through a series can be a challenge, particularly when you are unfamiliar with the characters and their setting. This really wasn’t an issue at all when I opened up my review copy of Dynamite’s Killer Instinct 2. We open to a familiar …

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World of Tank Girl #1 Tank Girl Strikes Again

Guest Writer: David Stegora This article was made possible by the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. I recently got to take a look at the first issue of the new  comic from Titan Comics, called The World of Tank Girl, which is to be a series of stand alone Tank Girl stories and I’ve heard …

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God Complex: Dogma #2

Guest Writer: Heidi Berthiaume –This article was made possibly by a gift of a preview copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. The second issue of the God Complex: Dogma comic (created by Bryan Lie, written by Paul Jenkins, art by Hendry Prasetya, colors by Jessica Kholinne), follows up on the premise that is stated on the cover: “In the futuristic …

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Old School Module N1 – Against the Cult of the Reptile God

Guest Writer: Shane Davis “Against the Cult of the Reptile God” is the first of the N-series, or Novice series, of modules. It is written with the new player or game master in mind. The module is designed for 4-7 characters from first to third level. Notably, it is also the first published AD&D module that relies upon investigation of …