After recent news that Fantasy Flight Games will not be releasing any further expansions for Warhammer Invasion, they’ve announced a brand new addition to their line of living card games, Warhammer 40,000: Conquest. Designed by Eric M. Lang, who has also had a hand in designing several of Fantasy Flight’s most popular card games, Conquest is shaping up to be another fantastic title.
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As season six draws to a close, Don continues his inevitable descent towards irredeemability; Pete finally gains the upper hand on his mysterious foil, Bob Benson; and Ken Cosgrove gets shot in the face.
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As season six nears its final few episodes, Joan finally begins to assert herself and Don has yet another bad trip.
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Mad Men takes us to some bizarre places in another episode that revolves around everyone in the office taking drugs. It’s all fun and games until someone loses his sanity.
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Much like Jay Gatsby trying to buy his way back into the heart of his lost love, Baz Luhrmann tries to win over the audience with fancy technical wizardry and an enormous budget. Does it pay off?
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SCDP loses one big car account but gains an agency as Mad Men continues to shake things up in another strong episode for Season 6.
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It took a few episodes to get warmed up, but this week saw the return of the Mad Men we know and love. “To Have and to Hold” was easily the best episode of the season so far, and it set up plenty of exciting things to come.
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Francesco Francavilla’s new pulp noir series from Dark Horse is awesome. Go buy it. If you still need more convincing than that, keep reading our review of the debut issue of The Black Beetle!
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One of the most entertaining and visually striking graphic novels of late 2012 came from British writer/illustrator Bryan Talbot. Grandville Bete Noire is a detective story featuring an anthropomorphic badger and his monocled rat partner in an alternate history France. Complete with well-paced action, plenty of mystery and a great sense of humor, I can’t recommend this book enough.
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Another year, another bunch of awesome comics. It wasn’t easy to pick only five books to call the “Best of 2012”, but these are titles that any fan of awesome art and storytelling absolutely needs to check out.
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Fans of tower defense and strategy games absolutely need to check out Nano Ninjas, the new iOS game that perfectly blends those two genres into a criminally addictive, charming, and challenging package. Keep reading for our full review.
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The guys at Rare Earth Comics had a special surprise for fans at this year’s New York Comic Con: a con-exclusive edition of Doctor Atlantis #4. Judging by this issue, huge things are on the horizon for the series; keep reading for our review.
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In what will surely go down in history as one of the best weeks for comics ever, we get an amazing issue of Daredevil; Darwyn Cooke’s poignant and stirring Minutemen; and some absolutely brutal, action packed pages of Harbinger courtesy of the unstoppable Valiant.
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Argo, a political thriller based on the accounts of an ex-CIA agent, sees Ben Affleck continuing his streak of fantastic directorial efforts. An effective mixture of humor, emotion and true suspense makes for a film that stands out in a year of great releases.
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