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Book Retort: Relic of the Dragon

Guestwriter: John Enfield Writer: Adrian Benatar Art: Miguel Angel Garcia “Will you prepare to attack the creature (turn to 162) or attempt to talk with it (turn to 256)?” Back in the day, the best way to scratch your itch for RPG action when your D&D group wasn’t meeting and you wanted an experience a bit more detailed than playing …

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Star Trek Panic! Is Tribble Approved

This review is possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and Spock. Many licensed tie-in games merely slap the name onto the box and make it vaguely themed. However, Star Trek Panic! by Fireside Games delivers more than just their Castle Panic! game with a sci-fi twist. The Enterprise model is wonderfully sturdy and makes me want …

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The Wicked Righteous #4: Rising to the challenge

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke Writer-Terry Mayo Artist-Lucas Romero This article made possible by a gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. We begin in the past; a flashback; alongside a young woman and we are witness to strange tales of a plague and a rapture before an angry man commits a terrible and violent murder. We move …

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There’s No Rest for the Weary in Top Cow’s Warframe #3

Guestwriter: Greg Jude Writers- Matt Hawkins and Ryan Cady Art- Studio Hive Letters- Troy Peteri Cover- Kevin Glint This article made possible with the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. In the comics industry, there two kinds of writers: the ones who merely write, and the ones who love to write. Matt Hawkins is the latter. …

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Samurai Gardener, the Slightly Violent Gardening Game

This article made possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and smacking the table. The art of Osprey’s Samurai Gardener game is immediately appealing. A clean lined, colorful break from the overly dark, digital art that graces so many games and RPGs currently. It promises a quick, engaging game of tile matching. Yet underneath the eye catching, …

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Sword of Ages #2 by IDW Doesn’t Disappoint

Guestwriter: J. E. Feldman Creator- Gabriel Rodriguez This article is possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Full of action-packed adventure from the first page, this is the sequel everyone has been waiting for. Introduced as a five-issue series, creator Gabriel Rodriguez does not disappoint his avid followers with this tale of a …

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Aspen Universe: Decimation #4

Guestwriter: J. E. Feldman Writer- Vince Hernandez Art- Marco Renna This article is possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. The final battle for supremacy takes place on multiple fronts as the Death Princess’ army confronts the heroic forces aligned against her, with the entire fate of the Aspen Universe hanging in the …

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Star Wars Forces of Destiny: Leia

Guestwriter: John Price Writers- Elsa Charretier & Pierrick Colinet Artist- Elsa Charretier Colorist- Sarah Stern Letterer- Tom B. Long This article is possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. From the first page, Star Wars Forces of Destiny – Leia wants readers to see that this is the Leia we’ve always known: a …