Valiant has today partnered with Groupees to launch a Shadowman comic book bundle.
Geek Native did once list 12 different ways to roll a D&D character. I suspect that makes this blogger a potential panel in Alzwards comic.
The bundle, The Voices of Warhammer 2021, is live for the next 20 days or so, and you can get it from Humble.
Set in 2171, the Bebop and crew are on the trail of an ex-gang member who has incredible luck thanks to stolen technology.
I checked out Underground by Jeff Parker, Steve Lieber and Ron Chan because of recommendations. The comic book has been out before.
It's not just creator v creator history in the book. As you might expect, Game Wizards also looks at the Satanic Panic and not just at the problems that caused, but the advantages as well.
So, whether it's the manga of the Benedict Cumberbatch Sherlock or some Star Trek, the publisher hopes there's something in the deal to tempt you.
I call it the "Bruce Wayne Dilemma", and I may use the phrase when people make weird choices and then domino dramatic outcomes as a result.
It's got a historical setting and flawed heroes, in this case Jewish gangsters who are opposing Nazis in New York City in the 1930s. It's based on actual events but, at the same time, it unfortunately feels very contemporary as America wrestles with division in our streets.
In this unsettling short story, a cop interrogates a deranged plumber who just murdered his wife, only to discover something far more insidious.