This week, Luke reviews ‘Spirou: Diary of a Naive Young Man,’ ‘Taxi Tales: The Fragrant Lady,’ ‘Seven Places Without You,’ ‘Mister George, Volume 1,’ ‘Melvile: The Story of Samuel Beauclair,’ ‘American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1990s,’ ‘The Wrath of Fantômas,’ and ‘Stellar, Volume 1.’
Assemble your team and take control of key points on this tiny 3D terrain, in the latest Tiny Epic game from Gamelyn Games and Scott Almes.
Last night was the first session in our new online Dungeons & Dragons Waterdeep Dragon Heist campaign and it started with a tavern brawl.
It’s 2019 and who doesn’t want their kids to be awesome!? Help them on their way with these two books to help them discover their brilliance!
Last night was the 81st and final episode in our Curse of Strahd ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ campaign. After nearly two years’ worth of sessions our group of adventurers were at last able to escape Barovia.
Create the friendliest village in ‘Sunflower Valley’ filled with houses, sheep, sunflowers, and railroad tracks.
Reading Time: 12 minutes Welcome back to Comic Book Corner, the place where comic book lovers collaborate on comic reviews. In true Halloween style, today’s comic reviews are filled with the creepy, some crawlers, a bit of horror, and a bit of crime. Before we get started, Comic Book Corner welcomes a new reviewer. Everyone […]
Following up with last week’s column about scary-but-not-too-scary stories, today I’ve got creepy (but maybe not too creepy) comic books, for younger kids up to adults.
‘Priest of Bones’ by Peter McLean is a dark fantasy set after a brutal war. It blends intrigue and violence to make a very impressive tale.
Today’s Stack Overflow is a book ladder of kids’ books: each book overlaps with the next in some small way, whether by subject matter or a single word.
Here’s a look at Day 1 (and a half) of Gen Con 2018!
It’s here! The Pathfinder Playtest has been let loose on the world and it’s time for everyone to dive in, make characters, and play Doomsday Dawn, the seven part playtest module! Read our initial thoughts.
The board game (and board game-related!) news that caught our attention for the week ending July 13, 2018.
The ‘Don Rosa Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck Artist’s Edition Volume 1’ is an incredible opportunity to experience the artwork of one of the premiere writers and illustrators of Duck comics. Looking over a physical copy was one of the more exciting experiences of my comic collecting life.
February is wrapping up, and I’ve got a small collection of game-related news and items that may be of interest to some of you.
Have you ever thought to yourself “There just wasn’t enough spellcasting in the American Revolution”? Well, you’re in luck because a new game gives you the alternative history you hoped for in ‘Witches of the Revolution’.
The DC Icons series continues with Batman! In ‘Nightwalker’ Marie Lu delves into Bruce Wayne’s teenage years. As Bruce stands on the cusp of his destiny has he met his match in the mysterious Madeleine?
In the new young adult novel ‘A Taxonomy of Love’ by Rachael Allen readers bear witness to the love story between two teenagers that is far cry from following a straight path.
Get ready for ‘Heroes of Land, Air & Sea,’ a massive 4X fantasy game from Scott Almes and Gamelyn Games!
Happy Cyber Monday! GeekMom decided to have a little fun today sharing some of our favorite ridiculous Amazon reviews. What’s your favorite?
The board game (and board game-related!) news that caught our attention for the week ending November 17, 2017.
Today’s Stack Overflow is ten books or series for middle grade readers, selected by myself, Kelly Knox, Robin Brooks, and Matt Blum. Happy reading!
While I’m a big fan of DIY gaming terrain from foam and cardboard and other materials, I’m also a major proponent of 3D printed terrain and the companies/organizations that provide it. Just Google “3D print game terrain” and prepare to spend hours and hours browsing photos and videos and product lines… all related to the hobby of creating and printing plastic terrain for gaming purposes.
Like buses, two dystopian novels set in London come along at once. Two novels that chime with the current political climate and urge that companionship is better than isolation.
The purpose of this post is to give a detailed comparison between Hong Kong Disneyland and Shanghai Disney Resort. How do they compare? How are they different? If you can only visit one, which should it be?
Let’s wrap up the Gen Con Info Dump with Saturday and Sunday!
Welcome back to my Day 2 Gen Con recap!
We will be making the trip to the solar eclipse path and will be prepared for the clogged roads. Will you be?
The board game (and board game-related!) news that caught our attention for the week ending August 4, 2017.
When you are doing a project with and for your daughter, remember, she wants to help.