Daily Archives September 13, 2017

Ice Cool

The lunch break is almost there and all of the young penguins would finally get the fish they’ve been craving. However, some rascals think they are quick enough to snatch some of the fish before the lunch break starts, but they have forgotten one thing – the Hall Monitor! Each school day one of the penguins is designated to watch over the school, and this is his moment to shine – for each rascal penguin he catches he would get additional fish!

A fun run takes place – the rascals are running everywhere and trying to snatch some fish on their way, but the Hall Monitor is trying to catch each and one of them to have some order in the school. Who will be more successful?

Ice Cool is a flicking game in which each round one of the players takes the role of the Hall Monitor (also called “...

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Clueless: Senior Year

Written: Amber Benson & Sarah Kuhn
Illustrated: Siobhan Keenan
Colored: Shan Murphy
Lettered: Jim Campbell
Cover: Natacha Bustos
Publisher: BOOM! Studios

We are introduced back into the high school years of Cher, Dionne, and Tai. Ms. Geist has tasked their class with deciding who or what they want to be by the end of their senior year, what do they plan on doing with their lives once high school is over. Cher struggles with who she is and what she wants to be; she tries to be what she feels her boyfriend Josh would want. With her identity crisis in full swing, she ends up alienating Josh and her best friends...

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The Dracula File

Writer: Gerry Finley-Day, Simon Furman, & Ken Noble
Artist: Eric Bradbury, Geoff Senior, & Keith Page
Publisher: 2000 AD

At the height of the Cold War in 1984, an East German defector crosses the border into West Germany, and finds aids from British intelligence forces, unaware that the defector is actually Dracula!

Published starting in 1984 in the short lived SCREAM! Magazine, The Dracula File tells the story of Dracula against the backdrop of the Cold War, with an already paranoid British, and conflicts between the East and the West as KGB Officers decide whether or not to warn the British of the monster now within their country.

Unfortunately, while The Dracula File might have been an interesting story had it been published as a monthly comic, it’s limited as a weekly publication...

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