Lovecraft


Boxed Culture: Comparing Cardboard – Mansions of Madness

Comparing Cardboard Mansions of Madness Typically on Boxed Culture I really do not do many board game reviews. There are plenty of wonderful other board game reviewers and I do not really feel like I would offer anything significant to their discussions. I have a few I like more than others […]

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Boxed Culture: When Worlds Collide

When Worlds Collide Arkham Horror The Card Game was released last week. This new Lovecraftian LCG from Fantasy Flight Games sets out to combine the best parts of an RPG and LCG into one glorious package. It is set in FFG’s Arkham Files universe and it is really exciting! The […]


Graphic Reviews: Five Ghosts

Five Ghosts The horror genre is always a tricky thing for me. While I do admittedly love over the top violence and silliness like in the brilliant TV show, Ash vs the Evil Dead, it seems like much of the genre relies on torture porn to convey its thrills and chills. […]

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Graphic Reviews: The Doom That Came to Gotham 1

One of my favorite DC publications is its Elseworlds line. Elseworlds are one-shot stories that essentially create an alternate universe whose connection to DC canon is often just that they feature iconic heroes like Batman and Superman. Many are self-contained universes of their own. Some of the best stories in the DC universe […]


Graphic Reviews: Locke & Key

This week I’m making a return to the Lovecraftian with a review of Locke and Key, the horror series written by Joe Hill and illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. This is the first of Joe Hill’s works that I’ve ever read and I have to say that I’m seriously impressed. Locke […]

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Boxed Culture: Insanity is in the Cards

  Last time, long ago, we covered the myriad of Fantasy Flight Lovecraft games (check it out here). I feel like I left you hanging so bad there with the teaser for the next article. “Lovecraftian card games you say, how does that even work?” Well my friends this is […]


Graphic Reviews: Fatale

This we we are sating a new segment called Graphic Reviews, written by our new writer Caitlin Roberts. Here is a brief introduction, also written by her: Hello! My name’s Cait and the Aeither has invited me to write a graphic novel review segment here. I’m an avid gamer (both […]

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The most terrifying thing, thematically, is having the author of your favorite canon tell you that you are wrong. Where is that game?

Boxed Culture: Similar Mechanics, Different Games (Part 1) 1

This time on Game Corner I am going to discuss how similar mechanics can affect how people view, play and judge games. The market place for games currently is booming, some even say we might be in a bubble (which is a topic for another article, possibly a Garion and […]