Daily Archives September 5, 2017

Before I Kill You, Mister Spy…

Before I Kill You, Mister Spy is a quick card game for 2-6 Maniacal Super Villains. If you are not a Super Villain, you may wish to consider a career change prior to playing this game. If you already are a Super Villain, please ensure that you have obtained Maniacal status. You are not required to have mastered your evil laugh, but it may help.

This game was originally released in the late 90s under a more English name that may not be uttered for trademark reasons, although during the 90s he would have technically been Irish, or arguably forever Scottish. Either way, the game was forced out of print, and eventually republished as James Ernest’s Totally Renamed Spy Game four years later, with double the cards...

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New Comic Day Releases: September 6th 2017

Stained #5 (Of 5)(Cover A Steve Morris), $3.99
Stained #5 (Of 5)(Cover B Jonathan Wayshak), $3.99

Actionverse #1 (Stray)(Cover A Sean Izaakse), $3.99
Actionverse #1 (Stray)(Cover B David Golding), $3.99
Actionverse #1 (Stray)(Cover C Chris O’Halloran), $3.99
Hero Cats Midnight Over Stellar City Volume 2 #3, $3.99

Pope Hats #5, $9.95

Animosity The Rise #3, $3.99
World Reader #6, $3.99

Cyko KO A Comic Book Adventure You Can Color GN, $9.95

Stargate Universe Back To Destiny #2 (Cover A Greg LaRocque), $3.99
Stargate Universe Back To Destiny #2 (Cover B Photo), $3.99
Stargate Universe Back To Destiny #2 (Cover C Photo), AR

Cavewoman Starship Blish #2 (Cover...

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War Mother #1

Writer: Fred Van Lente
Artist: Stephen Segovia
Colors: Elmer Santos
Publisher: Valiant Comics

In the post-apocalyptic future of 4001 A.D., Ana a.k.a War Mother has freed her people of The Grove from a tyrant named Sylvan. Once just the protector of The Grove, she is now its leader and must find a new home for her people before they starve.

The world of War Mother is an interesting one. Nature has retaken the world, and cyborg creatures of organic and artificial materials wander to trade their wares, preyed upon by reptilian monsters. Segovia’s illustrations bring this world to life with bombastic action accompanied by Elmer Santos’ vibrant colors.

The dialogue is light and snappy, with a slight leaning towards bits of melodrama...

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