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Superheroes and gaming...what's missing?
EARTH REBORN came out at the end of 2010, and it turned out to be the dream game that I didn't know I was looking for. It's got my favorite type of gameplay (SPACE HULK command point stuff), a theme I really dig (post-apocalyptic), sweet components, limitless playability, so on and so forth. I can stop looking for that perfect game that takes what made SPACE HULK so great and truly takes it to the next level, which I don't believe any game of its ilk had done up to this point. But there's still...
Coin-Operated Heaven
Ok, I’ll admit that I got a bit caught out by this particular slot, my first of the New Year. I’d planned to bring you a review but unfortunately for one reason and another I haven’t managed to play enough of the games in my “review queue” to bring you any meaningful opinion. Plus it snuck up on me rather and I found myself at the last minute, staring at a blank document, bereft of inspiration. Fortunately I keep a list of ideas for situations just such as this but looking at it, most of...
The 10 Best Batman Graphic Novels
On the afternoon of June 24, 1989, my parents took me and my brother to a movie theater in Willimantic, CT to see Batman. I was 4 years old.  It was the first movie I saw in a theater.  And it changed my life.
Back To the Future, DC Comics Style
Back when the hardcover edition first came out, my local comic shop ran a "Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back" special on Booster Gold: 52 Pick-Up. It certainly caught my attention, but I had a few questions first: Do I need to have any previous knowledge about Booster Gold? Do I need to have read 52 to fully understand what's going on? Are you serious about the money back guarantee? The answers to the questions were, "No," "No," and "Well, it's more that we give you store credit, but yes,...
Inhumanoids - The Evil That Lies Within
This may come as a shock to all of the parents who read "Parenting” magazines and think that little Johnny and Sue need to be protected from monsters and scary things...but – and this is the truth now – kids love monsters and scary things. Monsters and dark deeds are the foundation of almost all myths and legends, and kids love them. In this sanitised, health and safety loving, wholesome and hearty world (which has, let’s not forget, given us the ASBO generation) there is one Saturday Morning Cartoon that would never have stood a snowball’s chance in hell...
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