Bonus Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Queen Bee

Our minds work in funny ways. When I first saw a picture of the miniatures from the deluxe edition of Queen Bee, I was immediately transported back to my youth and a semi-collectible toy line called Army Ants. The premise of Queen Bee, armies of bees battling for territorial supremacy, didn’t help rid me of my nostalgic notions.

Playing the game is surprisingly simple. Draw a card, take an action, discard down to five cards if needed. Battling another player’s bees is equally simple using a combination of playing cards and rolling dice. Worker Bees and Warrior Bees have different, and a stretch goal is a specific Queen Bee die. Although, it’s not clear whether that will just be a larger Warrior die or a more power die altogether.

A player loses when their Queen has been defeated, an...

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Bloodshot #1

Written by TIM SEELEY
Art by BRETT BOOTH
Inks by ADELSO CORONA
Colors by ANDREW DALHOUSE
Letters by DAVE SHARPE

SYNOPSIS:

Bloodshot is a nanite-fueled supersoldier forever at war. What happens to the world when he starts picking his own battles? Will this one-man army be able to end the fighting—or just leave more destruction in his wake? Bloodshot’s missions have made waves, as now the shadowy BLACK BAR has their sights set on him—but what do they have planned for this unkillable hero?

STORY: 

The writer who has worked on GI JOE and Injustice vs He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, so he’s probably best suited to work on Bloodshot...

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Chuck’s Raw Reviews: Harland Buck #5

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight & Review : Ichabod Jones – Monster Hunter #5

Ichabod Jones - Monster Hunter

Do you love crazy stories filled with monsters, magic, gore, and humor?

Have you ever read about H.P. Lovecraft’s Dreamlands and thought…”I wish this was funnier and gorier”?

Are you excited by stories that keep you on your toes and make you question the very fabric of reality?

Then you are going to love Ichabod Jones Monster Hunter.

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Ichabod Jones is live on Kickstarter right now and I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy of this book. I could spend all day telling you about it, but I don’t want you to read so much that you forget to go over and back it, so I’m going to keep it short.

The Good:
The art and story fit together perfectly. I cannot imagine a better pairing than Russell Nohelty and Renzo Podesta...

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Wait, What?

Wait What? cover

I’m just going to start trashing this because this is not a comic book! You can hate me now or later.

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