Welp it’s that time of the year where you can’t believe anything you read online and, in all honesty, shouldn’t really be on any social media with April Fools Day being tomorrow. Be careful what you read. Continue reading The Gamer Geek Blog – FFXV is Coming
Occasionally we’ll be featuring a post from our friends at The Malted Meeple. Their Game of the Month series highlights one of the many games in their libraries at Ravenwood Castle and The Malted Meeple. They briefly describe the game, how to play it, and why they like it.
March’s Game of the Month is all about communication, association, and guessing. Published by Repos Production in 2013, Concept has been nominated for several awards including the coveted Spiel des Jahres (Board Game of the Year). Continue reading Meeple Moments – Game of the Month: Concept
An Orange County favorite made its way just a bit closer to its San Francisco roots this year, when WonderCon announced its move from the Anaheim Convention Center (across the street from Disneyland) to the Los Angeles Convention Center, taking with it some of its flavor but leaving other parts of itself behind. Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – Fan Convention Brings Wonder to Downtown Los Angeles
Back in November (right here), I talked about how casting can count for so much in a comic book movie, how it really helps when you have actors who look the part when a movie is based on another visual medium like comics. Well, after seeing Batman v Superman last weekend, I stand by my opinion on casting. Continue reading Miss Dawn’s Musings – When Casting Goes Wrong
Imagine if you could travel back in time. Would you be like River Song and try to kill Hitler? Would you turn your dad into a cool dude? How about leap from life to life striving to make right what once was wrong? What if you only had one option for time and location and it was conveniently at the start of one of the nation’s most famous and important assassinations? Would you try to fix time? Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Turn Back Time