I picked this book up because one of my players wanted to play a rogue - and well, they're notoriously underpowered. This book has some great additions to the rogue that helps boost them up to a power level that's at least playable. Still not enough in my opinion - I'd like to see more where the rogue can debuff enemies and then use that for the alternate sneak attack rules this book provides (I think this is what it will take to get the rogue up to the power level of the other classes). But even without that, Rogue Glory is a much needed boost to the class. I'm very satisfied with it....
Pretty good artwork that keeps your interest just long enough to throw some story at you. For a preview sample it was good enough to make me curious about the titles preceding it. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the story-line once its available.
Remember how much fun you had when you used to make your own comics? "Cy-Boar" will remind you.
Cy-Boar begins life as an ordinary razorback, until he runs afoul of a farmer, and winds up in a government lab that turns animals into anthropomorphic living weapons! Can he escape his fate?
The best part of this comic is the enthusiasm that transmits through the pages. Creator Lou Graziani tells you how it came to be on the inside front cover. As you would expect from early amateur work, the art is not polished. Still, it's better than you might guess. Anatomy and various details are still developing, but panel-to-panel storytelling is on point. I was never confused about any of the action, which is not always the case with technically advanced pro comics. Graziani either studied how to layout a page, or maybe absorbed it from reading lots of comics.
"Cy-Boar" was partly inspired by TMNT, and it shows. There are plenty of gnarly man/beast hybrids that stand between Cy-Boar ...
One of the best books. Yeah some areas could have use some more information but regardless of all that it allows you to expand in the universe of Demon Hunters adding your own little things and what not. Its still one of the best games I have seen. It is pretty awesome.
You might call this a comic book. It has the feel of one even if there aren't really a lot of dialog baloons. However, it server a purpose. It helps you get a feel for another world. A world somewhat in our future, where uncertain events caused civilization to take a nose dive.
This is the world of the Walkabout RPG (also by Vulpinoid Studios), or at least the world it could be.
The Scavenger's Tale tells the tale of what the youth of the wasted future might do with their time. How they go out exploring for artifacts from the "old times" and bring them back to have the elders tell them stories about what the objects were called and what they were used for. The elders may be it right, but sometimes it is about as accurate as a certain sea gull telling stories to a young mermaid.
The story is written as the journal of a young person going out and exploring this world. The twist in the story takes place after the protagonist encounters a more "civilized" person who grew up in wha...
As soon as I heard about this comic and the creative team involved (and the fact that it was only 50 cents) I immediately downloaded it. Travis McIntire writes a hilarious quirky tale inspired by Tom Waits. This is a must-read for Tom Waits fans and still a must-read even if you have no clue who Tom Waits is (but then afterward you should probably go listen to some Tom Waits just so that you can become a cooler human being). I'm a big fan of Tyler and Sara Sowles from Killustration Studios, especially of their comics Durontus and Hank Steiner, so I was stoked to see them team up with Travis McIntire. Tyler's excellent art and visual storytelling skills really helped push the hilarity of this story, and Sara's colors are top-notch, as she works in a unique palette and style. All around A+, kickass stuff!...
Amazingly fun little read. If you're looking for something witty, fun and entertaining, then "Step Right Up" is the book for you. McIntire is sure to be the next big writer in comics. And the art from Tyler Sowles is comparable to some of the top selling Indy books on the market.
A MUST BUY FOR ANY TOM WAITS FANS or COMIC FANS FOR THAT MATTER!!!
McIntire can do no wrong. Being a Tom Waits fan I was very eager to read Step Right Up. And it did not disappoint. This well-crafted short story is packed with hilarious banter and great art work. I can't wait for the Waits inspired anthology!