Category Geek-O-Rama

Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Alex Priest

In this episode Chuck reviews Arledge Comics’ Alex Priest. See what he thought of this Indie Comic series as he spouts about it with his usual passion and spunk.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo of the Week: Ice Cream Dice

Dice! Ever since our first ancient ancestor scratched some symbols onto a bone or stone, we have had a love for dice. I think every household has a collection of dice somewhere, a bag, a box, or a jar. There is a gut level appeal to dice: the look, the feel in your hand, even the sound of them as they rattle and roll. No matter how many you may have, there is always a temptation to get more.

It took an Edmonton gamer, Marc Schubert, to show us what we’ve been missing, what we’ve been searching for. A sense of humour, a sense of whimsy, a sense of … flavour? Sometimes RPGs take themselves a little too seriously, and Marc got tired of all those dramatic, moody dice sets. So he decided to create something fun, dice sets in colours inspired by ice cream.

I wasn’t really sure how I f...

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VAMPBLADE SEASON 3 #9

Written by Jason Martin

Art by Marco Maccagni

Colours by Marcelo Costa

Letters by Adam Wollet

THE DEAL: A group of sexy supernaturals with a whole mess of mystical weapons slice a path of gore through geriatrics in the closest place to Hell on Earth: Florida.

Guys, I wish I was being hyperbolic here (actually I don’t), but I’m not. In fact, I’m being polite about what I just read – but was it a problem?

THE GOOD: NO! IT IS AWESOME! This is my first exposure to Vampblade (which is connected to a much larger universe, from what I’ve gathered), so like any decent comic critic, I flipped to the first page with my skeptic knob cranked to 11...

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Girl in the Bay #1

The Girl in the Bay #1 CoverLet me tell you about sixties sci-fi. The hard core sixties scifi writers were chemists, physicists, all branches of science that were limited by what you couldn’t do. You can’t travel faster than light. You can’t build a time machine. But what about the cosmic?

Inner space was only a drop of LSD away.

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2000AD prog 2117

Judge Dredd leads off with the retirement of Chief Justice Hershey. What can I say about a decades-long running sci-fi anthology?

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