ACTION LAB DANGER ZONE’s Newest cutting edge series is about to be unleashed with the release of BO, PLUSHY GANSTA!

Created by video game designer, Pavel Balabanov, BO is a hyper violent,
over the top, urban fantasy! We have a specially created trailer to
promote the launch of the series! The video features an original Bo,
Plushy Gansta theme by hip hop artist, PHACE.
 
BO, PLUSHY GANSTA #1 (of 4)
Writer(s): Pavel Balabanov, Vasily Terentiev
Artist Name(s): Pavel Balabanov
** Cover Artist(s): Pavel Balabanov
Are the legends of Bo, the “teddy bear” gangsta, true?  And, did we just
say teddy bear gangsta?! You’re about to find out–when Bo’s girls get
nabbed by a rival gang boss, the mysterious and fearsome plushy gangsta
is forced into action!  It’s Scarface meets Ted in this over-the-top
video game style urban epic.  Also ships with a variant cover by
Balabadov!
Bo features...
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Gaming: How to deal with those pesky players.

I’ve been DMing/GMing for a while.  I’ve run into many types of players.  Most are demanding and can provide issues for your games, though they can be amusing as well.  It is helpful if you can identify and know how to deal with them. Most gamers will fall into one or more of the following categories:

         The role-player. This gamer likes to think they are the Olivier or O’Toole of the gaming world.  They will write out elaborate stories for their characters, complete with genealogy, family history, and enough detail to make George RR Martin cross-eyed.  They live for the interaction; wanting to know that you have read their background and often will ask little questions “What do you think about my mother’s Ferret . . ...

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The Blacklist

So let’s get this out of the way first: The Blacklist is a
good show based off an entirely uncreative premise. We’ve got a super smart
criminal that purposefully gets himself caught and then starts assisting the
FBI in catching a bunch of other “most wanted”s. He also enjoys the finer
things in life such as fine dining and five star hotels and talking down to
everyone else. The premise is so uncreative that I may purposefully neglect to
use James Spader’s character’s actual name (Reddington) and instead just call
him Fauxnibal.
Now that we’ve done a good job at pooing on top of The
Blacklist’s head, the truth is that the show is actually fantastic once it gets
going. And it’s fantastic mostly because of the way Spader portrays Reddington/Fauxnibal.
James Spader wa...
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Happy New Year!

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Matt Smith bows out as The Doctor in this years much awaited Christmas Special, The Time Of The Doctor.

Oh
my good God. I’m so glad I didn’t watch this immediately, it would have
spoiled my Christmas buzz. This was not only a total shambles of a
story that packed in a whole bunch of unnecessary sexual innuendo, but
it revisited almost every reference from Smith’s tenure that annoys me.
Ordinarily this is where I would say, “but it was all worth it for the
twenty seconds of Peter Capaldi at the end”, but seriously, it wasn’t.
To
start with, the relationship between The Doctor and Clara continues to
be confused, with her confirmation she “fancied him” whilst bringing The
Doctor in as a fake boyfriend despite him originally getting the wrong
end of the stick and pretty much saying he’d be up for the real deal. I
must say I am hoping for a dramatic reduction in this sort of thing ...
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