Today is the release day for the DMG, and it is incredible! Want to know what’s inside? Take a look with me!
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My brother’s brand new dice building game, Mercs Conflict, is going to be released soon! We decided to sit down and do an unboxing so you can see just what’s inside the box! Keep an eye open. I’ll be doing a review soon, with a giveaway of the game!
The history of Marvel Comics is one fifty-three years in the making. In this last month we examined Marvel’s use of retroactive continuity and how it criticized the rewriting of American history, the examination of the death of newspapers, the role of Captain America as a counter-cultural icon, the division of both superhero teams and […]
Stan Lee, in the establishment of the Marvel Universe, took the traditional concept of “family” and flipped it on its head. By twisting the concept of the nuclear family, Lee showed that the idea of family could be far broader than traditional consensus allowed for. The Fantastic Four were the first superhero team established under […]
I recently picked up Quarantine, due to some reviews I’ve seen online, and my general enjoyment of tile-placement games. In Quarantine, each player is running their own hospital, checking in patients, treating them, and sending them on their way. The patient cubes also are used as the currency in the game, so each cube you […]
“No Matter the Odds or the Consequences”, Part 5: The ‘Enemy’ Among Us: Comparing Russian Heroes and Villains to Middle Eastern Heroes and VillainsOctober 4, 2014 1 Comment
In 1975, Poitr Rasputin made his first appearance as Colossus in Giant-Size X-Men #1.1 What made Colossus so unique among Marvel heroes was that he was a Russian hero in a time of war. Colossus came along when the Cold War with Russia was still active and well at hand. Colossus stepped in and displayed […]
“No Matter the Odds or the Consequences”, Part 4: A House Divided: The Breakdown of the Superhero TeamSeptember 27, 2014 No Comments
Throughout the Cold War, superhero teams were united, fighting alongside one another, occasionally arguing and breaking up, but quickly joining back together against a single unified threat. This changed dramatically in the post-9/11 world. As superhero teams split up and remained split they began battling against those who were once allies. The wars raged on […]