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Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0
by Gail S.
Publisher: QuickDraw Studios
Date Added: 12/19/2014 22:28:36
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0 This is an awesome comic. The artistry is beyond outstanding. Dani Smith is the best comic artist I've encountered. Her work has a flow and movement that I don't often see in other works. The story is a combo of horror, urban fantasy with a touch of romance. This is an ADULT Comic. If you can't handle some gore, snark, nudity and sex, keep looking. If that doesn't bother you, this is a awesome comic for you to get acquainted with Dani's work.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0
by Sam W.
Publisher: QuickDraw Studios
Date Added: 12/19/2014 18:38:07
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0 Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0 by Dani Smith Review Artist Dani Smith has created a formidable pair, two fighters against supernatural evil. This introductory comic is beautifully conceived, drawn, and executed. Ms. Smith uses just the right balance of illustrations and dialogue. The color pallet is rich and deep with resonance, telling a graphic story without overuse of violence “just because.” The principal characters are imbued with human traits, both nobility and failings, which brings verisimilitude to the story. Too many supernatural graphic comics stretch reality so much that any identification with the characters is impossible. But Ms. Smith achieves a connection to the reader that’s often rare in this genre. Her drawings are also not flat and 2-dimensional. She rotates the audience field of view constantly to achieve a 3-dimensional effect. This technique draws the reader into the story. I look forward to more of her graphic novel art....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dragon Age RPG, Set 1
by Wesley F.
Publisher: Green Ronin
Date Added: 12/15/2014 22:12:47
Dragon Age RPG, Set 1 I have played many RPGs but this one hooked me I play every night with my fiancée. The rich history of the world and the leveling paths reminds me so much of video game. Thank you for creating this RPG

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Dork Covenant
by Joshua F.
Publisher: Dork Storm Press
Date Added: 12/15/2014 17:08:51
Dork Covenant Brilliant - realistic. Funny and even inspiring. Thanks so much

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Leverage Roleplaying Game
by Samuel K.
Publisher: Margaret Weis Productions
Date Added: 12/14/2014 00:14:24
Leverage Roleplaying Game As a huge fan of the show, I originally bought this thinking only to plunder it for setting info and adventure ideas to use with a different system. Since then, I've become intrigued by the Cortex Plus system, and have been plotting to run it out of the book. In preparing to do so, I've come to find that the core rules, while solid, are often unclear, and perhaps not as complete as I would like, even as a fan of rules-light games. I eventually bought the Firefly RPG, which also runs on the Cortex Plus Action system, but a more, shall we say, evolved version of it, and plundered it for a few things, and now feel as though I have a solid set of rules under which to run Leverage. Rules aside, the rest of the content of the book is fantastic. The random Job (i.e., adventure) generator is a thing of beauty, and all the Fixer (i.e., GM) advice is worth the price of the book alone. Even if you aren't interested in the Cortex Plus system, the vast majority of the book could still be of...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0
by Helle G.
Publisher: QuickDraw Studios
Date Added: 12/13/2014 18:15:32
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0 I don't normally read comic books, at least not since childhood. Dani Smith has introduced me to a new kind of read with a bite. She got me hooked with Skriker #0 A Boy and His Beast. I have really been looking forward to this copy and the artist does not disappoint. I read the book Black Dog and Rebel Rose earlier in the year and I loved it. I was excited to see how you make a book into a comic book. It was awesome! The art is beautiful; it's so full of details. The dialog is fresh and fun. It generally delivers on all accounts. I cannot wait until the next part of the story is coming where Rose and Skriker finally meet. I also loved the fan art in the back of the book. I think it was a great addition to the book....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Saint: The Man Who Was Clever
by Myk D.
Publisher: Moonstone
Date Added: 12/12/2014 16:57:20
The Saint: The Man Who Was Clever All in all, I'm disappointed. This is described as a "graphic novel", but it's actually more like an illustrated novel. In a graphic novel, the story is shown in images and dialogue, with limited narration. This is largely the text of the novel, with vaguely linked images that don't show what is happening. It's an ok illustrated novel, though.

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Dork Covenant
by Allan B.
Publisher: Dork Storm Press
Date Added: 12/12/2014 12:45:24
Dork Covenant This is one of the best free comics I've ever downloaded. You can't go wrong if you enjoy gaming and geekery!

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
StarPower #7
by stephane p.
Publisher: GT Comics
Date Added: 12/12/2014 12:27:47
StarPower #7 This is an excellent transition issue between major storylines. They give more depth to a past villain we only glimpsed before, it introduces new potential villains, and potential problems with our beloved star powered sentinel. Alk of this is wrapped up in a good dose of heart warming feel good stuff that I just know will be squashed and stepped on in some of the next issues. The art is top notch, and viewing it on a top of the line tablet in the dark is a nerdgasmic experience. I do not recommend anyone to start reading star powered here however, this is a transition issue which relies a lot on past events to make us laugh or cry....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Witchblade Rebirth Volume 2
by Nate K.
Publisher: Top Cow
Date Added: 12/12/2014 12:23:14
Witchblade Rebirth Volume 2 Solid entry in the series that continues to play with the Witchblade mythos.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0
by Angela E.
Publisher: QuickDraw Studios
Date Added: 12/08/2014 21:02:05
Black Dog and Rebel Rose #0 Dani's comics are my first proper introduction to the comic world, my usual reading median being either novels or manga. Of course, I have been a huge follower of Dani's for a long time. I have read her novel of Black Dog Rebel Rose so I know the storyline already. What she has done is nothing short of amazing. Her graphics and artworks are exquisite, the flow of the storyline unfolding easily for the reader to follow. And let me tell you, this lady is not scared to hold back on the dirty nitty gritty stuff. You will find yourself falling in love with her two main characters, both as raw and hard assed as each other, but man, these two are carving their way through the scum society of the demon world like a knife through butter. A MUST READ........

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Atomic Robo RPG
by Antoine P.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions, LLC
Date Added: 12/05/2014 17:36:06
Atomic Robo RPG First of all, let me say that I may be biased on the matter since I am such a huge fan of the Atomic Robo comic books. Seriously, if you don't know it, go have a look. But even if you have never read Atomic robo, this iteration of Fate Core may be the one to have read if only one. What I like most : • the character creation is really easy and quick, thanks to the modes, but you can still take time to tweak your character to the finest details • the comic strips illustrate splendidly how the system works • the brainstorming mechanics is something I now use in almost every Fate game, injecting more storytelling games feeling into Fate • the Gear system is also reusable in most settings where equipment is important to the fiction. What I like less : • This is really minor, but I would have liked the pregen characters to be one character per page, so I could have just printed them as handouts for quick games. To the point, if you had to get only ONE Fate Core product, th...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Valiant Universe: The Roleplaying Game
by Emma M.
Publisher: Catalyst Game Labs
Date Added: 12/02/2014 10:54:13
Valiant Universe: The Roleplaying Game I have now finally run a game of Valiant Universe, and can confidently report that I feel that many of the issues other reviewers have perceived with this system are, in my opinion at least, part of what makes this a must-have purchase. I've been a supers gamer for a long time. I've played and run the sublime (DC Heroes) to the ridiculous (Heroes Unlimited), and I've always noticed the same thing every time. In every group I've played in or run for, there is always at least one player who says "But I wanted my character to have (insert obscure power here)!" A lot of GMs are happy to hand-wave and come up with a rule on the fly, and that's great, but some systems actively support the 'go-anywhere-build-anything' mindset, Champions & M&M being the first two that spring to mind. But often, because of this, most of the first session is spent juggling points, calculating modifiers and getting migraines, all before a single die has been rolled. In Valiant, at last, we have a system that sa...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines)
by Eric F.
Publisher: Skirmisher Publishing
Date Added: 11/20/2014 18:21:36
La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) is a great artifact of historical interest to war gamers and role players alike. This piece is a cleaned up version of the venerable French magazine La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) that is a window into the past of a world that will never be again. WWI is a one of the strange bridge gap wars that still echoes through history. The importance of WW I can not be little ever. The sacrifices of the soldiers, the horrors of that war and the conflicts are still studied by scholars even today and many modern advances on the battlefield had their start in WWI. La Baionnette No. 47: Nos Marins (The Bayonet No. 47: Our Marines) is a great reference point for WWI from the perceptions of those who lived in center of the conflict. Every single reference could be potentially used as a potential hand out for either a horror or WWI themed role playing game. Its nice to have a cleaned up version of ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Lovecraft Country
by Ben S.
Publisher: RPGnet
Date Added: 11/15/2014 06:11:35
Lovecraft Country I really enjoyed Lovecraft Country. It captured the Lovecraftian Horror without the use of monsters like so many similar comics do. I eagerly await the next issue.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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