Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Justice League

Comic book movies are still going strong. With the release if Wonder Woman, DC proved that they still have the potential to release a quality film. This has excitement for the upcoming Justice League movie at a high point. What better way to get ready for this than to check out some of the comics […]

Cosplay Curious: Pokemon Trainers in Training

If you’ve been following along (or if you haven’t- welcome aboard!) I got Cosplay Curious after attending Fan Expo in 2014. I have completed exactly zero cosplays- til now. But I follow more than a few cosplayers and adore the work that people do. Really mind blowing stuff. What is a Pokemon Trainer? From the Pokemon […]

A review: Kingsburg

Kingsburg By Scott Brownlee “Your majesty, I feel the coming of winter signals most poorly for my territory. This year’s crop was small, and we have been most devoted to maintaining your standing armies to prevent the resurgence of the goblin invaders.” Build your territory and rise in status in Kingsburg, a game of management […]

Scythe: A first play review

I had a chance to play Scythe this weekend with some friends.  It is probably one of the most sought after games right now and after a single play through I see why. Scythe is set in an alternate history of the 1920s during a time of unrest in Europa.  This worker placement / area […]

Board Games To Watch For

With the rising popularity of board games some distributors are having trouble meeting the initial demand of new games. This means they sell out quickly and you could find yourself waiting months for a restock or worse a reprint of the game to arrive back on shelves. To avoid this frustration you can always preorder […]

What will Magic Look like at Heroes Beacon Moving Forward?

What will Magic Look like at Heroes Beacon Moving Forward? by Brian Smart  Over the last little while I have been hearing some different opinions on what the Magic landscape will look like in the wake of the latest Pro Tour and what the state of the game is here locally in Saint John.  This […]

Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure

Clank! A Deck-Building Adventure By Steve Henderson Clank! This is the sound of an adventurer tromping through a dragon’s dungeon, trying to collect his artifacts. The citizens of Dragon Keep are holding a competition, where they have invited you and your friends, the best burglars in the land to delve below into the depths to […]

Let’s talk about Riverdale. Fair warning *SPOILERS*

But before we get to that, I just want to be clear that I was an Archie fan growing up. I was on Team Betty. I begged my mother every time we set foot in a grocery store for another Archie book. We had a pretty healthy and well-loved stack of them at home. So, […]

DC Deckbuilding- A Review

DC COMICS DECK-BUILDING GAME (Cryptozoic) By Scott Brownlee “In the DC Comics Deck-building Game, you take on the role of Batman™, Superman™, or one of their brave and heroic allies in the struggle against the forces of Super-Villainy! While you begin armed only with basic combat maneuvers, you will add new, more powerful cards to […]

Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition

Mansion of Madness 2nd Edition is a fully cooperative game for 1 – 5 players inspired by the horror works of H.P. Lovecraft.  Each player will take on the role of an investigator looking into various scenarios with different stories, difficulties, and duration.  What really makes this game stand out from others is the companion […]

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