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Mark of War: Bringing Tabletop Gaming to your Computer

Independent studio Warpforged Games has taken to Kickstarter for their first project, Mark of War, a turn-based strategy game that promises to bring tabletop RPGs onto your PC or Mac. “Inspired by hugely successful tablet...


Wayward #1 Review

Written by: Jim Zub Art by: Steve Cummings Publisher: Image I was sold on Issue 1 of Wayward at the cover, which depicts a cute girl holding two very cruel weapons surrounded by demon-like cats. There are certain things in th...


Warcraft: The Sundering Book Review

Thus far, I’ve described Richard A Knaak’s War of the Ancients trilogy as strange. All three Warcraft books are a mix of stupid fun, bad writing, and this hopeful sincerity that is hard to hate. None are perfect, but the fi...



My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic # 22 Review

Written by: Ted Anderson Art by: Agnes Garbowska Publisher: IDW Issue 21 of My Little Pony started off this new arc a bit sluggishly, doing little but introducing a new plot. Trixie is back and accused of thieving jewels, an...


Warcraft: The Demon Soul Book Review

The problem with the trilogy always lies in the second installment. Part one introduces a conflict with the resolution that whatever troubles exist are far from over and will be difficult to overcome. Part three ends the confli...