Hasbro’s profits fall amid ‘Universes Beyond’ controversy, hinting at changes coming to D&D. New D&D 2024 books revealed, pre-orders open for Vecna: Eve of Ruin. Also, Morrus investigates Evil Genius Games drama, Cubicle 7 launches massive Doctor Who RPG bundle, and CMON abandons Kickstarter for Gamesfound.
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There’s a theory going around that we’re in the Dark Timeline… and although this doesn’t actually confirm it, it does not allay my suspicions one ounce. Ladies, gents and those of you not so assigned, I put it to you that Hasbro has gone ahead and done something they could, without stopping to think about […]
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At one point, eOne released three dozen films annually in the UK. Last year, eOne only managed to release four.
In this curated selection of geeky highlights, the glare of the shopping eye turns to board games and board games that might be hard to resist.
If you love Jurassic Park and you love Transformers, you’ll probably be interested in this new 2-figure set from Hasbro! What a great way to celebrate Jurassic Park’s 30th birthday! We’re seeing a lot of fantoosh collaborations, but this one in particular seems quite special and full to the brim of character. The set features […]
Drizzt first appeared in Salvatore’s story The Crystal Shard, when someone in marketing told him he needed to replace one of the original characters.
On April 28th, Jeff wrote in the Fans of the art of Jeff Easley Facebook group that he acquired a copy of the print that was first released on March 29.
Some of the quotes taken from “Hasbro (HAS) Q4 2022 Earnings Call Transcript” by Motley Fool Transcribing at the Motley Fool.