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The Horus Heresy Gets Graphic

The Horus Heresy Gets Graphic

Well, more graphic might be a better way to put it.  Black Library announced yesterday that they are working on a series of Graphic Novels for their beloved Horus Heresy series.  The first book, which will weigh in at 100 pages, will be out in November of 2013.  That’s a lot of advanced warning on a Graphic Novel but that just gives everyone more time to geek out about it.  The book will be called Macragge’s Honour (complete...

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The Dark Elf Trilogy Revisited

The Dark Elf Trilogy Revisited

Listening to the R. A. Salvatore interview on this site compelled me to read all of the Drizzt books. At that time, The Dark Elf Trilogy was the only set of Drizzt books I had ever read. I found very quickly that I had forgotten just how good these books really are. Chronologically, this marks the very beginning of the famous ranger’s life, literally introducing Drizzt’s pregnant mother in the very first chapter. But let’s not...

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Preview: Dragon Age Volume 1: The Silent Grove

I would venture to say that anyone that comes to this site has played a Dragon Age game, and if you haven’t, you probably should.  I myself am an admitted serial non-finisher of video games.  It’s very rare that I can manage the combination of time, patience and desire to ever “finish” a video game and the Dragon Age games are no exception.  I have played them however and found them thoroughly enjoyable. Volume...

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Preview: Road Rage by Stephen King

Stephen King and his son Joe Hill collaborated for the first time for Throttle, a short story inspired by another classic short story, Duel, by Richard Matheson.  Now IDW is publishing a new comic series entitled Road Rage which includes both stories.  The series originally began publishing in February of this year and a hardback version of the entire story will be out July 31st. Issue 1 starts with Throttle, the story of a gang of...

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Review: Dungeons and Dragons Classics Volume 1

I recently reviewed the first volume of the Forgotten Realms Trade Paperback  reprinting by IDW comics which covers the first eight issues of the original comic.  Today I’m reviewing the first volume of Dungeons & Dragons Classics which contains the first eight issues of that comic which was originally published in the late 1980′s.  This comic series is once again placed in the world of Faerûn and starts before the...

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