Major Spoilers Previews

This issue: The Major Spoilers Crew take a gander at the May 2010 Previews catalog from Diamond Comics.

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5 Comments

  1. May 22, 2010 at 2:10 pm — Reply

    Gotta call Matthew out on his lack of Go-Go’s knowlege. Jane Wiedlin was the guitar player, not the lead singer. She is well known to be a sci-fi geek and has professed an affection for ‘Fables’ and ‘Y-The Last Man’. She even has a really cool sci-fi themed house:

    http://io9.com/5429412/want-to-rent-jane-wiedlins-scifi-loft-in-los-angeles

    As for her outfit in the comic, she is rumored to do dominatrix work on occasion, and she doesn’t exactly deny or confirm those rumors. :)

    This has been your daily Go-Go’s news dump. We now return you to your regularly scheduled podcast comment thread.

    • May 23, 2010 at 7:52 pm — Reply

      Gotta call Matthew out on his lack of Go-Go’s knowlege. Jane Wiedlin was the guitar player, not the lead singer. She is well known to be a sci-fi geek and has professed an affection for ‘Fables’ and ‘Y-The Last Man’.

      Yeah, well, Mike Nesmith’s mom invented Liquid Paper…

      • May 24, 2010 at 5:26 pm — Reply

        See, I already knew that…

  2. Brian G.
    May 24, 2010 at 10:40 am — Reply

    I loved this episode. Very casual. Felt like a Tuesday night with the guys just talking about what we’re buying tomorrow.

    On a side note, I love all the UDON comics that have been based on Capcom games so far. I don’t really get into the translated Mangas or other works. Once upon a time they had Exhalted and CannonBuster but they fizzled out fast. I try to get their art books whenever i can too. I have an order with amazon for their Character Encyclopedia that hits in June.

  3. Bloggy Nelson
    May 26, 2010 at 2:11 pm — Reply

    Rodrigo, I can only halfheartedly recommend the Dungeon Delves book. I think Delves as a concept are great for a game: little three-encounter dungeons that can happen in a single weeknight of play, but I have to admit that very few of the encounters are really WOTC’s A-game. Delves emphasize mechanics over plot, so I wanted to see terrain effects, terrain powers, integrated skill challenges, and all that other DMG2 good stuff. What delves are great for is those night when your group can’t get a critical mass of players together. I then give the book to someone that never runs a game, and they have everything they need to DM for the night.

    Matthew, Challenge of the Super Friends is already out on DVD, has been for a couple of years. Amazon has the 4-disc set for $40. When this came out, I kind of wished they had started with the 1973 shows, as these are much better suited to the old Seanbaby drinking game.

    This episode was a lot of fun; I really enjoy the free-form Saturday shows!

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