The Game of Thrones universe is full of strange religions.
In the 19th century Europe of ULTRASYLVANIA, the new comic co-created and written by Brian Schirmer and with art direction by Jeremy Saliba (THE WHEEL OF TIME), Dracula, Frankenstein’s Monster, and a certain Egyptian resident don’t lurk in the darkness – they’re world leaders, struggling to hold their nations together amid assassination plots, romantic betrayals, and political intrigues.
Some relationships are one-sided. One person perceives a deep, meaningful friendship, the other sees something else altogether.
The InterWebs has been all abuzz with talk of the D&D Next playtest, but Stephen and the rest of the Critical Hit crew have been extremely tight lipped. I managed a sneak peak at a session and while no photography was allowed, I did get a glimpse of an exciting new game mechanic in action.
All criminals are not created equal, nor are their crimes.
Some properties lend themselves to ancillary licensed products really well. Others? Not so much.
Conflict in a marriage can be as challenging as any supervillain.
With a thick German accent and no lips, the Red Skull is bound to run into communication problems once in a while.
Sometimes things in comics become so clichéd the characters themselves become skeptics.
The relationship between a hero and his nemesis is complicated. The Purple Peril finds out what happens when that relationship reaches its end.
Hindsight is 20/20, especially after an epic battle.
Tony DiGerolamo, creator of The Travelers and former game and comics writer for Kenzer & Company has announced the latest offering from The Webcomic Factory, a fantasy webcomic called Kingdom of the Dwarves.