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By John Quiett
I had planned a board game for this week, but last night I was introduced to a great new RPG that I have to share. Lately I have been enjoying the podcasts put out by Decoder Ring Theater a site that produces mostly 1930s and 40s pulp action radio drama plays. I highly recommend everyone check it out. Matt wrote a review of their detective story, Black Jack Justice, that you can check out here…and their super-hero, The Red Panda here. Think it’s safe to say he would recommend them as well, but we are here to talk about an RPG…DANGER PATROL! By John Harper
By Matt Quiett
Normally, when I tell you about a podcast, I cover who the hosts are, what the structure is like and what audience it’s made for. I also offer my opinion on what the quality of the audio and the material is. I can’t remain objective today. This was a whole new podcast experience for me.
By Matt Quiett
Author: Phil Voyd
Publication Date: 2013
Publisher: Eggplant Literary Productions, Inc.
The Fine Art of Boxing is a short story that originally appeared in a shorter form, titled Bronzage, in TransVersions in 1998. The story centers around Patrick Bronzage, a boxer in the future. The story is full of science fiction elements and uses them to tell the story effectively, without becoming overly technical and losing the reader.
By Jestin Kimmet
Written: Paul Bales
Directed: Joseph J. Lawson
Produced: The Asylum
Running Time: 1 hr. 31 min.
Style: Action/Adventure, Horror
Staring: Dominique Swain, Jake Busey, Joshua Michael Allen
by Shirley Niedzwiecki
App: iphone, iDevices
- Price: Free
- Category: Lifestyle
- Version: 1.0.5
- Size: 15.8 MB
- © 2013 Tophatter, Inc.
Okay. So, I wasn’t looking for sparklies to add to my non-existent jewelry collection when I stumbled upon “Tophatter.” I saw it in my Facebook feed on my iPhone. I am attracted to large sparkly rings that won’t look good on my hand. Yea, I know this. That’s why I look and don’t purchase. Smaller rings, good. Big gaudy rings? BAD.
by John Quiett
So recently we all got together for a game night, a thing we don’t get to do often enough in my opinion. Anyway, at this game night. I got to try a game that I have been trying to check out for nearly a year. I saw “King of Tokyo” (published by IELLO) at Gen Con 2012 but never found an open seat. The game is designed by Richard Garfield, the guy who designed Magic: the Gathering, so I expected big things. I was only let down a little, but I’ll talk about that in a bit.