Monthly Archives: May 2018


Graphic Reviews: DCC ’18 Showcase (Round One)

DCC ’18 Showcase (Round One) As promised (though, my apologies, quite awhile later than I said), this week I’ll be talking about five of the creators who are currently signed up as guests to appear at Denver Comic Con this year. My goal is to help familiarize readers with authors […]


Boxed Culture: Cursed by a Catalyst

Cursed by a Catalyst Over last weekend I bought and played Dragonfire, a co-op deck building game from Catalyst games. This game is a re-skin and update of a game they also made called Shadowrun: Crossfire. Today I wanna talk about my experience with the previous game in the series and how […]


Graphic Reviews: Heavy Liquid

Heavy Liquid While reading graphic novels has less of a stigma than it used to, I’ve learned to use my position as a person who works in libraries to advocate for graphic novels. This means making sure that I’m always reading new ones and catching up on any classics that […]


Boxed Culture: Approaching a New Age with Games Workshop 1

Approaching a New Age with Games Workshop If you have never read any of my articles, you may not know my previous feelings on Games Workshop. So let me tell you right now: Frustrated they ended their relationship with FFG because I liked the games they were putting out. Annoyed […]


The Scoop: Magical Supplements – Dominaria Pt. 2

Dominaria adds so much fun to Casual EDH because of the Brawl format being introduced through the set. It makes it worth two posts looking for fun Commander cards. Here are four I’ve looked at as interesting. Demonlord Belzenlok Belzenlok offers a fun mechanic as a mono-black Commander in a […]


Graphic Reviews: The Last Unicorn

The Last Unicorn Many of us have stories that we read as children which stick with us many years later. For some people, that’s the Hobbit, for others it’s Alice in Wonderland. For many though, it’s the Last Unicorn. I’m honestly not sure how a kid as in love with […]