This is the second issue of this White Lily - a five issue miniseries which follows the lives of the two real world female Soviet fighter aces Lydia Litvyak (callsign White Lily) and Katya Budanova.
In this issue, the pair are thrown into combat missions as the Battle of Stralingrad drags on. Witness the retelling of the first ever historical occasion where a woman shot down an enemy plane. Watch... [click here for more]
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The year is 1885 in England, but someone has already built an analytical engine that has reached technological singularity. The engine is a little box, powered by (probably) steam and clockwork, but it managed to upgrade its own intelligence, and did so over and over again, until it achieved super-intelligence. This device aspires to create the ideal world... [click here for more]
Penny Palabras, 17, has experienced the paranormal for years. She knows that things aren't always what they seem. Now, she's tormented by a malevolent entity called the Straw Man. As she searches for ways to banish him from her life, she's haunted by more than ghosts. Her nightmares won't let her sleep, her friends and family can't understand, and the Straw Man is getting more powerful every day. ... [click here for more]
The story of Lenin and Stalin from birth to death, and where everything went wrong. This is meant as a genuine historically accurate look at the fall of the Tsardom and the rise of the USSR.
The only difference between this and real life, is that this has BUNNIES. ... [click here for more]
In this episode, we talk about the Best/Worst of 2014 in comics. And we announce the winners of the Bamfsies awards for the best in Superhero RPGs from the last year (or so).
Chuck Rice, Steve Kenson, Jason Tondro, Chris McGlothlin and Ade Smith join us.
At the very end of the podcast, Steve and Chris give us some details about what 2015 holds for ICONS and Mutants and Masterminds.
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There’s something very wrong with this world. There is a war going on in the Middle East and, somehow, we are all involved without really wanting to be. The reality is that the common and the average North American doesn’t hate the people of the Middle East. This belief has been constructed by the untruthful media because the corrupted politicians of both parties need us to hate and fear... [click here for more]