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First Comics News - Wed, 05/24/2017 - 10:47

(W) Matt Groening (A/CA) Matt Groening
Up and atom! Bart Simpson’s favorite comic hero, Radioactive Man, is here to save the day for superhero fans both old and new! Ever since his historic comic book debut in 1952 (in The Simpsons universe), Radioactive Man (otherwise known as layabout playboy Claude Kane III) and his faithful sidekick Fallout Boy (aka former juvenile delinquent Rod Runtledge) have been making Zenith City safe from insidious evil-doers such as Dr. Crab, Magmo the Lava Man, Hypno-Head, Larva Girl, Larceny Lass, and Richard Milhous Nixon, to name but a few. For decades, fans have clamored for a deluxe collection of Radioactive Man tales. Now, at last, the Atomic Avenger receives the treatment he deserves in this comprehensive and historic archival edition of his greatest adventures!
In Shops: Jul 18, 2012
SRP: $25.99

(W) Graham Annable (A/CA) Graham Annable
It’s our first “Will You Please Be Quiet” issue-featuring not as many words as usual! First, in an epic tale by Graham Annable (Box Trolls, Grickle), King Neptune can’t stand the racket made by the denizens of Bikini Bottom, so he casts a Bubble of Silence over the whole town-as underwater deities often do. But the shenanigans of SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, and Plankton won’t be stopped by a mere lack of sound-and they may prove the undoing of Neptune himself! Plus: a silent “SpongeFunnies” by Kochalka; a wordless “Flotsam & Jetsam: Ocean Facts” by Maris Wicks; and two more stories where the only sound… will be your own laughter! (Void where prohibited.)
In Shops: Aug 09, 2017
SRP: $3.99

(W) Stephen Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, Robert Leighton, Chuck Dixon, James Kochalka, Jay Lender, David Lewman, Maris Wicks, Gregg Schigiel, Israel Sanchez, Chris Yambar (A) Derek Drymon, Mark Martin, Ramona Fradon, Hilary Barta, James Kochalka, Jacob Chabot, Gregg Schigiel, Jay Lender, Vincent DePorter, Maris Wicks, Israel Sanchez
SpongeBob Comics: Tales from the Haunted Pineapple is the third collection of previously published material specially curated by SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg. Tales from the Haunted Pineapple includes more than 15 short, self-contained stories by some of the biggest comics creators in the industry. These original stories feature all the fan favorites – from Patrick and Squidward to Sandy and Mr. Krabs – in original adventures you won’t see on television. Best of all, this book includes stories with spooky themes just in time for Halloween.
In Shops: Aug 16, 2017
SRP: $10.99

(W) Stephen Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, Chris Duffy, David Lewman, Corey Barba, Robert Leighton, Scott Shaw, Chuck Dixon, Maris Wicks, James Kochalka, Scott Roberts, Julie Winterbottom, Israel Sanchez (A) Gregg Schigiel, Nate Neal, Jacob Chabot, Vincent DePorter, James Kochalka, Corey Barba, Israel Sanchez
Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants! SpongeBob Comics: Silly Sea Stories is a collection of previously published material specially curated by SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg and some of the biggest names in comics. Silly Sea Stories includes short, self-contained classic SpongeBob stories. The book brings together the main characters and the rest of the undersea cast that fans know and love – all in an exciting new comic book adventure. Includes “Off Day,” “Picture It,” “Flotsam and Jetsam: The Aquatic Sponge,” “Great Grandma,” “PatStar NoPants,” “The Krusty Nabbed!,” “Split Decision,” “Join the Krusty Klub,” “Monkey Sea, Monkey Do!,” “Where’s Penny?,” and several more stories!
In Shops: Apr 05, 2017
SRP: $10.95

(W) Stephen Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, Robert Leighton, Chuck Dixon, James Kochalka, Jay Lender, David Lewman, Maris Wicks, Gregg Schigiel, Israel Sanchez (A) Derek Drymon, Mark Martin, Ramona Fradon, Hilary Barta, James Kochalka, Jacob Chabot, Gregg Schigiel, Jay Lender, Vincent DePorter, Maris Wicks, Israel Sanchez
SpongeBob Comics: Aquatic Adventurers, Unite! is a collection of previously published material specially curated by SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg, working with some of the biggest names in comics. Each book in the series includes more than 10 original short, self-contained stories featuring the main cast of characters-SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, Sandy Cheeks, Squidward, Plankton, Mermaid Man, and Barnacle Boy-and the rest of the undersea cast that fans know and love, all in new adventures and art styles not seen in the television or film series. This second book in the series focuses on stories about superheroes, from original Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy stories to SpongeBob and Patrick saving the day.
In Shops: Apr 05, 2017
SRP: $10.95

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How to Create a 7-Stage Gradient

Knitting | Work in Progress - Wed, 05/24/2017 - 10:30
By now, it's obvious I'm a fan of ombres and gradients in all their forms, but there's something particularly appealing about seven-stage gradients, the next topic in our ongoing series.

Recently in How to Create a 6-Stage Gradient, I mentioned an easy way to adapt that strategy to create a seven-color gradient. Today, we're focusing on a different approach, but it works equally well.

6. Seven-stage gradientColsie Green Gradient

Yarn. Cotton Fleece (Brown Sheep)
Stitch. This fast, easy slipped rib stitch is stretchy, reversible and does a respectable job of blending colors.

Strategy.  Solid sections are connected by transitional sections with two-row stripes. To achieve a similar look:
  • Choose four related colors. 
  • Arrange them dark to light or light to dark.
  • Work the section 1 with CC1.
  • Work the section 2 with CC1 and CC2.
  • Work the section 3 with CC2.
  • Work the section 4 with CC2 and CC3.
  • Work the section 5 with CC3.
  • Work the section 6 with CC3 and CC4.
  • Work the section 7 with CC4.

                  In this instance, the colors were worked as follows:
                  • Section 1: New Age Teal
                  • Section 2: New Age Teal and Sage
                  • Section 3: Sage
                  • Section 4: Sage and Light Jade
                  • Section 5: Jade
                  • Section 6: Jade and Rue
                  • Section 7: Rue

                  Seven-stage gradients work with any color combination, and because they're infinitely adaptable, they hold universal appeal. As a bonus, adding a fifth color makes it easy to expand this seven-stage gradient into a nine-stage version.
                  Uncertain where to start? Try creating a neutral ombre using four shades of grey ranging from deep charcoal to light silver, or four earthy tones ranging from dark brown to light sand. Or try a vivid scheme using saturated shades of fuchsia, purple, turquoise and lime.

                  Small, quick projects like these mitts, which feature leftovers generated by a steady stream of projects worked in shades of green, are an effective way to transform remnants and random skeins into something fun and functional. I'm off to tackle more examples for the next round of ombre and gradient how-to posts, and hopefully make some headway on the way-too-many WIPs on the needles.

                  Meanwhile, I encourage you to choose four colors that speak to you, cast on something simple, and experiment with the rich possibilities of seven-stage gradients. And if you do, be sure to come back and tell us about it.

                  To see all ombre and gradient posts, click here.
                  Connecting with the linkups in the sidebar.
                  Categories: Knitting Feeds

                  TITAN COMICS: The Lost Dimension… Coming August 2017

                  Blogtor Who - Wed, 05/24/2017 - 10:07

                  A NEW ERA FOR DOCTOR WHO COMICS BEGINS WITH THE LOST DIMENSION on AUGUST 30th 2017 New York – May 24th 2017 – Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor is battling the universe’s darkest forces in the latest series of Doctor Who currently airing Saturdays on BBC ONE in the UK, at 9/8c on BBC AMERICA in […]

                  The post TITAN COMICS: The Lost Dimension… Coming August 2017 appeared first on Blogtor Who.

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                  Looking For Group - Wed, 05/24/2017 - 04:00

                  The post 171 appeared first on Tiny Dick Adventures.

                  Categories: Web Comics

                  1D20 Random Vicious Gargoyle Encounter Table For Your Old School Campaigns

                  Swords & Stitchery - Wed, 05/24/2017 - 03:15
                  The souls of the worshipers that make bargains with the powers of Chaos become trapped within the Outer Darkness. These souls attract a myriad of particles of stone, dirt, dust, and worse in the darkness between worlds this becomes a pseudo living body for the monster. Minds, former lives, personality including individuality are finally scrubbed clean by the ever changing forces of chaos & Needleshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11243274667834930867noreply@blogger.com0
                  Categories: Tabletop Gaming Blogs

                  Fiction Review: Lovecraft Country

                  19th Level - Wed, 05/24/2017 - 02:45

                  “Arkham,” Atticus said. “The letter says Mom’s ancestors come from Arkham, Massachusetts.” Arkham: home of the corpse reanimator Herbert West, and of Miskatonic University, which had sponsored the fossil-hunting expedition to the mountains of madness. “It is made up, right? I mean—”  “Oh, yeah,” George said. “Lovecraft based it on Salem, I think, but it’s not a real place . . . Let me see that letter.” Atticus handed it to him and George studied it, squinting and tilting his head side to side. “It’s a ‘d,’” he said finally.
                  Matt Ruff's Lovecraft Country is an unusual novel - it is a collection of interconnected tales about Atticus Turner and his friends and family in the 1950s.

                  Atticus is an African-American from Chicago. He is from an upper middle class family, with an uncle who owns a travel agency and publishes the Safe Negro Travel Guide, based upon the real world Negro Motorist Green Book which provided African-American travelers advice on what businesses would service their vehicles, where they could stay and eat on the road, etc. It's depressing as hell to reflect that there was a need for such a book.

                  Atticus is a veteran of the Korean War. He'd spent some time working in Florida but living in the south did not agree with him so when he received a strange letter from his estranged father he jumped at the excuse to head back home. Atticus loves science fiction, a love he shares with his uncle George. His father, Montrose, is less a fan of such works - he especially dislikes Lovecraft, having dug up some of Lovecraft's nastier writings on African-Americans.

                  However, Montrose is missing, having traveled to Ardham, Massachusetts, tracking down his late wife's family background. We learn that she (and Atticus) are descended from a powerful sorcerer and his slave - a slave who ran off around the same time that sorcerer performed  a disastrous experiment. This makes Attiucs the sole surviving direct descendant of that sorcerer and of great interest to the sorcerers (they prefer the term "natural philosophers") who have reformed it. The current head is a member of that family, but not a direct descendant like Atticus.

                  The novel tells the tale of Atticus, along with his family and friends, as they deal with both the supernatural and the reality of being black men and women living in a world where racism is comfortably institutionalized. The stories in the novel run the gamut of HP Lovecraft's tales - secret cults, ghost stories, physical transformation, visits to far off alien worlds, etc.

                  I greatly enjoyed the use of Lovecraftian ideas in a story with African-American protagonists, given Lovecraft's own racist views. Montrose berates his son for his fondness of Lovecraft, uncovering Lovecraft's poem "On the Creation of Niggers" as evidence.

                  These stories also make for great inspiration for a Call of Cthulhu game. Atticus and company have multiple contacts with the supernatural over a period of several months, similar to how a group of Call of Cthulhu investigators will have multiple adventures.

                  Jordan Peele is making this novel into an HBO series. I think it has the potential to be a great show and will be looking forward to it.
                  Categories: Tabletop Gaming Blogs

                  Tentative - Tavern Talk Live Call In Show - Test - 10 PM to 1030 PM Eastern Thursday May 25th.

                  Tenkar's Tavern - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 22:51
                  Alright. I've done some research, so it SHOULD work in theory, just need to test how WELL it works in practice.

                  Thursday night at 10 PM Eastern we are going to do a test run of the Tavern Talk Live Call In Show via Facebook Live. I expect things to go all buggered, but that IS the point of a test.

                  Why Facebook and not Youtube? Because Youtube had some major hiccups when Zach and I were using that for the livecasts. Hell, in the end we might wind up using Youtube - thus the testing this Thursday Night.

                  I'll post the Google Voice number on Thursday before we start the test.

                  This is either going to rock hard or suck eggs ;)


                  Once the kinks work out we'll set a schedule and general topics. I'm figuring one 30 to 60 min show once a week, with alternate weeks being late evening and late morning my time. In any case, that's putting the horse before the cart. Need to see if the idea works on the technical level first...

                  Categories: Tabletop Gaming Blogs

                  High School Ministry Weekly May 26th

                  Mark Hughes (Church of the Rock) - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 21:10

                  This week…

                  Missions Night & Local Missions Trip—COST $15

                  May 26th– 7:11pm  to May 27th – 10:00pm
                  FRIDAY NIGHT IS FREE & A NORMAL YOUTH FRIDAY WITH A MISSIONS FOCUS!  So, be sure to come out anyways!
                  Going on a mission trip is not just for foreign countries, it’s also for our own city.  We will be serving local charities and learning about the needs of our city.
                  SIGN-UP Needed
                  Get Waivers HERE
                  Get More Information Including Itinerary HERE

                  Next week…

                  Handball Frenzy
                  June 2nd @ 7:11pm – 10:00pm
                  We’ve got new nets we want to try out and a new game for HSM!  Handball is a ton of fun and super easy to play!  We’ll all compete to see which group get snacks.  We are also continuing with Part 3 of our Limitless series.

                  The week after that…

                  Love Winnipeg
                  June 9th @ 7:11pm – 10:00pm
                  Every year we go out of our way to show love to our city!  This year we are handing out water bottles in Osborne Village and blessing people as they pass by!  This is a great way to show the love of Jesus is practical ways.  We meet at the church!

                  By the way!  For at least 2 years we have been supporting Simon Munyaneza as our sponsor child!  We hope that our students might have the opportunity to be generous through this sponsorship.  We take an offering almost every Friday and invite our students to participate.  All of the money goes straight to Simon!

                  MONTHLY CALENDAR

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                  Francis talks Overwatch one year later

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 20:17

                  One year and over 30 million players later, Blizzard Entertainment’s “Overwatch” has achieved massive success across gaming platforms.  I recently sat down with Mike Masters of the SSWL Network to talk about the game.  Mike and I talk about our first FPS experiences, favorite characters, memorable plays, the Overwatch fan community, and much more.  Check out our discussion in the video below (*contains some NSFW language*):

                  Be sure to also check out my D.Va Funko Pop unboxing video:

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  Great Hall Burning - Raid!

                  Two Hour Wargames - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 20:13
                  "You all know how this works… If you want to be King, you must kill me."

                   - Ragnar Lothbrok in Vikings.

                  Great Hall Burning is the upcoming Viking Age rules set coming out next week. Inside you'll find a full Campaign System, ways for your Star to become King - it will be hard, but it IS possible. Rules for unit combat as well as Heroic Combat for smaller games. Units range from 4 to 12 figures and the game can be played with any minis, counters (we've provided over 200 PnP counters if you need them), and even with paper and pencil. Heck, this Battle report is in Power Point!

                  Click the pics for the full story.

                  More Great Hall Burning.
                  Categories: Tabletop Gaming Blogs

                  Some Commentary On The Free OSR Fanzine Underworld Lore Issues 1-3 For Your Old School Campaigns

                  Swords & Stitchery - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 17:19
                   Wormskin magazine  From  Necrotic Gnome Productions  is a an old school twisted fairy tale sandbox setting which if you haven't gotten into I would because its perfectly aligned with B/X Dungeons & Dragons. Its really an odd little setting but in a good way. I'll get into Wormskin another time and blog entry. But this isn't an advertisement for Wormskin instead long before this quality oldNeedleshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11243274667834930867noreply@blogger.com0
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                  Threshold Jr – May 24 – Game Show Wednesday **Also important information about next week!

                  Mark Hughes (Church of the Rock) - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 16:47
                  Click here to view online or to leave a comment.

                  THIS WEEK (Grade 6-8)

                  Game Show Wednesday +
                  If I Could Ask God Anything… Pt 2

                  Come for the last opportunity to be a game show contestant of the school year
                  and win some prizes!
                  Also we continue “If I Could Ask God Anything”

                  Wednesday May 24, 2017
                  7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
                  Church of the Rock
                  Cost: FREE

                  NEXT WEEK

                  Love Winnipeg
                  We will be packing backpacks for homeless
                  people in Winnipeg!
                  Donations needed!
                  New or Gently-Used Items:
                  Backpacks (for adults), mitts, toques, scarves, blankets

                  New Items:
                  Deodorant, sanitary napkins, socks, long underwear, toothbrushes,
                  toothpaste, soap, body wash, body lotion, shampoo, conditioner,
                  disposable razors, granola bars, bottles of water, juice, travel mugs,
                  pocket size Kleenex, decks of cards, lip balm, hard candy


                  Wednesday May 31, 2017
                  7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
                  Church of the Rock
                  Cost: FREE


                  MEET OUR SPONSOR CHILD!

                  Each week we collect an offering
                  for our sponsor child Simon
                  & for other missions projects


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                  RICH REVIEWS: Pizza Tree

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 15:51

                  Title: Pizza Tree
                  Publisher: Arcana/Artistacomics
                  Written by: Chase & Mark Poulon
                  Art & Letters by: Ryan Onorato
                  Layouts by: Mark Poulon
                  Price: $9.95 US/ $12.95 Canadian
                  Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
                  Website: www.arcana.com
                  Comments: This is an all ages/children’s hardcover book.
                  We get to meet the Poulon family, Chase and his parents Mark and Chrissy. The story is set up nicely in the first couple of pages.
                  The art is done in soft colors. The drawings are in a style perfect for young readers.
                  The story progresses smoothly and Chase finds himself with a pizza tree. That is definitely something that you do not see. Of course having a tree that grows pizza is great at first. Than the horror part of this story slowly kicks in and builds ever so slowly, than the momentum kicks in faster.
                  P’Thulhu and the Pizza Tree are a wonderful creation from the minds of Chase and Mark. They have brought these characters to life.
                  After reading this book you may never look at pizza the same again.

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  Kickstarter - Archive: Historical People, Places, and Events for RPGs (System Neutral)

                  Tenkar's Tavern - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 15:23
                  In the way back, before I was a blogger, before I was a cop, before I worked retail - I was a college student. Not thinking so clearly back in the fall of 85 I decided to defer my major and just take the core requirements and classes that interested me. Lo and behold, come my Junior Year (as college credits are tallied, not by years spent) the computer wouldn't let me register without a major. Reflecting on the classes I had taken prior, t appeared to me that I had self selected History - Sociology was nearly tied, but what does one do with Sociology. Come to think of it, what does one do with History? ;)

                  Where does all of this lead us? Right to the Archive Kickstarter. If you dig history, if you love RPGs, you'll love the Reeses Peanut Butter Cup that's been put together for you.
                  Archive is a collection of adventure sites, NPCs, and events ripped right out of history and perfect for your campaign. It’s a 265-page book with 80 subjects. All have everything you need to make them come alive at your table: sights, smells, history, local color, and even plot hooks and ideas to help you adapt them to your campaign setting. Need a villain? Throw your PCs against Ching Shih, the notorious pirate queen, presented with the tactics and schemes she used to wreak havoc across coastal China! Need a random encounter during travel? Recreate the 1861 encounter of the French corvette Alecton with a dying giant squid, and the social consequences that followed. Need an adventure site? Why not Fort Jefferson, complete with real historical secrets for your PCs to uncover?I actually have an advance copy of the PDF. 260 some odd pages, suffice to say I have not read it all. But what I HAVE read appeals to me as both a gamer and a history buff. It scratches both itches and it does it well.

                  10 bucks for the PDF is a steal. Seriously. 30 for the book plus PDF which is also damn good.

                  I'm going to do something I rarely if ever do, mostly because I don't have a product to review in order to do so - The Tavern is endorsing the Archive Kickstarter. the PDF exists, I have it and backers get their PDF in June - next month.

                  Additionally, Tristan Zimmerman of Molten Sulfur Press reached out to me in the right way. Seriously. He hit all of the notes - polite, respectful, explained the project, included a sample (well, the whole book) and ended with the following: "There’s an advance reader’s copy of the book attached. If you happen to glance at it and you like what you see, I’d sure be grateful if you’d mention it, but no pressure. Whether you tell anybody or not, we really hope you enjoy the book, and thank you for your time."

                  Kickstarter creators, take notes. There is a right way and a wrong way to get attention. Maybe reach out to Tristan if you need to refine your skills.

                  Categories: Tabletop Gaming Blogs

                  Doc Savage: Ring Of Fire #3 preview

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 14:04
                  Doc Savage: Ring Of Fire #3 writer: David Avallone artist: Dave Acosta covers: Brent Schoonover (a), Anthony Marques (b) incentive cover: Brent Schoonover (B/W art),  Anthony Marques (B/W art) Order the cover of your choice. FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+  The Man of Bronze meets Amelia Earhart, just like we promised. She’s in the clutches of John Sunlight – Savage’s dark mirror, a madman with an apocalyptic plan and the deadly means to pull it off. The South Pacific is boiling over, in the penultimate chapter of Avallone and Acosta’s DOC SAVAGE: RING OF FIRE.  As an added bonus, the Brent Schoonover covers for issues 1-4 will connect to form 1 complete image!

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  James Bond: Felix Leiter #5 preview

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 14:04
                  James Bond: Felix Leiter #5 writer: James Robinson artist: Aaron Campbell cover: Mike Perkins incentive cover: Mike Perkins (B/W art) FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+  Tiger Tanaka and Felix were pursuing the terrorists responsible for the detonation of a new, mysterious biological weapon – when a follow-up incident at Tanaka’s organizational headquarters cost them the rest of their team and resources. Now they’ve made things PERSONAL! Felix and Tanaka must take down a North Korean operative with information on the bio-bomb inside his heavily-guarded compound…before anyone else comes to harm!

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  KISS #8 preview

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 14:04
                  KISS #8 writer: Amy Chu artist: Kewber Baal covers: Tom Mandrake (a),  Charles Wilson III (b), Photo Cover (c) incentive cover: Tom Mandrake (“virgin art”),  Charles Wilson III (“virgin art”), Photo Cover (“virgin art”) Order the cover of your choice. FC • 32 pages • $3.99 • Teen+  A new era, a new KISS Army. But when they discover they’re not alone, they will need more than music and Morpheus to guide them back to Earth. “As fun and odd and theatrical as KISS deserves.” – Capeless Crusader

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  James Bond: Service preview

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 14:03
                  James Bond: Service (Special) writer: Kieron Gillen artist: Antonio Fuso cover: Jamie McKelvie FC • 48 pages • $7.99 • Teen+ In contemporary politics, where Britain’s world standing is often more zero than 007, an assassin plans to exterminate the “special relationship,” and lead Britain and the United States into a very dark place…especially when he does so by aiming down the sights of an ancient Enfield rifle! It’ll test Bond’s deadly talents to their limits, in order to defeat the assassin and avert certain geopolitical disaster… A stand-alone, oversized special written by Kieron Gillen (The Wicked + The Divine, Darth Vader) and drawn by Antonio Fuso (Torchwood, Drive) with their thrilling take on the icon of espionage. Featuring a cover by Jamie McKelvie (The Wicked + The Divine)

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  Pathfinder: Runescars #1 preview

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 14:02
                  Pathfinder: Runescars #1 writers: F. Wesley Schneider artist: Ediano Silva covers: Jonathan Lau (a), Geraldo Borges (b), Igor Lima (c) incentive cover: Jonathan Lau (B/W art), Geraldo Borges (B/W art), Igor Lima (B/W art) Order the cover of your choice FC • 32 pages • $4.99 • Teen+  An exciting new Pathfinder adventure begins! The Pathfinder heroes receive a desperate plea to unmask a killer stalking the chaos-gripped city of Korvosa. A new queen has ascended the city’s Crimson Throne, and now deadly armored Hellknights and Gray Maidens clash in the streets. With the help of a cagey adventuring detective, the heroes race down the perilous trail of a brutal murderer—only to realize that the next target might be one of their own! Dare the magic and monsters of gothic Korvosa in the first sword-swinging issue from Pathfinder co-creator F. Wesley Schneider (Pathfinder Hollow Mountain, Bloodbound), with art from Ediano Silva (Grimm Fairy Tales, Hellchild: The Unholy). Contains pull-out poster map and official Pathfinder RPG bonus encounter!

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs

                  Red Team: Double Tap, Center Mass #9 preview

                  First Comics News - Tue, 05/23/2017 - 14:01
                  Red Team: Double Tap, Center Mass #9 writer: Garth Ennis artist: Craig Cermak cover: Dan Panosian FC • 40 pages • $4.99 • Mature  Out of options and up against the wall, Eddie and Trudy come up with a drastic plan to finish Eric Nightingale once and for all. But Red Team’s track record is not good when it comes to the ultimate sanction—and the Nightingale family proves to still have teeth. Our heroes discover the terrible true cost of stepping outside the law, in the final episode of Double Tap, Center Mass.

                  Categories: Comic Book Blogs


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