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Now, for Maestros’ next trick… Maestros #3

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer & Artist – Steve Skroce Colorist – Dave Stewart Lettering & Design – Fonografiks This article made possible with the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Warning! Minor spoilers ahead! “I’m sorry, did it sound like I was asking?” Will was the son of the High Wizard and a woman from …

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Eight Books to Read in 2018

 Guest Writer: J.E. Feldman Hello, fellow readers! Here is a list of eight books I have read during this year that I believe you should add to your reading list for 2018. I’m an avid reader in my downtime, when I’m not penning my own novels. The following books are unique because I haven’t read anything like them before. They …

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Dynamite Comics’ Sheena Queen of the Jungle #4

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artist: Christine Trujillo A corporation intent on tearing up the jungle around Sheena’s village issues an ultimatum. A surveyor from Cadwell Industries has gone missing. Mercenaries working for Cadwell believe the village had something to do with it. Sheena has 24 hours to find the surveyor and bring him back, or the mercs …

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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 …