There’s more visual punch in any 15 minutes of Shin Kamen Rider than a dozen other blockbusters.
It must be a full moon tonight.
Luka Rejec’s world is suffused with mind-expanding, psychedelic heavy metal and is also inspired by “the Dying Earth genre, and Oregon Trail games.”
The uncanny history of Marvel’s muck monster.
Which flesh is your flesh?
Intimacy and ordinary life in art is lacking when attention goes toward religious and imperial powers. Mundane, everyday things are forgettable and not as well-preserved through time as a monument.
Welcome to myths and legends.
The best of the first wave of TSR-produced D&D modules? Certainly the quirkiest!
Go west, young adventurer!
So wait, demons are nukes? Apparently! At least as far as Fred Saberhagen is concerned.
“…you learn to care for a machine to the point where you see it as more than just metal.”
It’s a bold move for Le Sueur to make a Norse-inspired Souls-like tabletop roleplaying game, and yet he manages to avoid some extremely fraught territory.
It’s never too early to start playing RPGs!
Season and Pentiment on how art fails to capture our complicated present.
Where are all the haunted videogames?
New look, same writers!
Warning: uneasy squirming imminent.
Did you hear there is a Dungeons & Dragons movie?
I don’t care about Formula 1. One of my favorite shows is the Netflix F1 series Drive to Survive.
Just how many hit points does God have, anyway?
Like scratch-offs, but with monsters!
Caelid resists the post-apocalyptic fantasy that the detrimental effects of human activity on the environment are temporary and reversible.
Andor paints a clear and lucid picture of the absolute power authoritarians can wield over people and how cruel fascism must be in order to preserve that power.
Maybe don’t go collecting rocks and folklore in the hills of Vermont?
Another brick thrown against the wall.
The movie’s producer, Robert Evans, quotes Henry Kissinger in telling him, “You can’t make it a political picture. You can’t take sides. You can’t make it anti or pro anyone.” How much they succeeded or failed at that is up for debate.
Down we go into the depths again!
You watch this show yet, shitass?
Don’t break the oath!
Videogames lost something special when developers pivoted from server browsers to matchmaking. A small group of players show us what we’re missing.
Disneyland is a place where one can fall backward from the future to the frontier days of the American westward expansion without the slightest struggle, physical or cognitive.
Featuring special guests Tony Vasinda, Adam Vass and Levi Combs!
Statistically, no one can spell February correctly on the first try.
Everything old is new again. Again.
Bring a flame thrower.
Speak to most gamers, and they’ll probably tell you the same thing: Backlogs are annoying.
“After biking some 2,000 miles in the city last year, my memories of my new home are tied to rides and their soundtracks.”