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Fallen Justice: A Tiny Supers City Book
by Jarrod S.
Publisher: Gallant Knight Games
Date Added: 04/21/2020 15:14:09
Fallen Justice: A Tiny Supers City Book Want to run a Batman, Arrow, Watchmen, or Sin City type of superhero game? This supplement has you covered. Inside its pages, you get: - 10 New Archetypes to choose from, none of which are allowed to have super powers, but each with their own unique advantages. - Equipment Kits allow non-powered heroes to emulate certain super powers. For example, take the Disguise Kit and gain the benefits of the Shapeshifting power. - Utility Belts allow the characters to carry various kinds of useful gear and gizmos. Change out your gear to carry whatever you feel like for the adventure. - Vehicle rules, which allow you to customize your ride. - Drugs and their effects. But not standard “real world” drugs. These drugs emulate Traits or powers. - A guide to Haven City, a city of grit, grime, and shades of gray. - Iconic heroes and villains of Haven City. Highly recommended and an enjoyable read. Great new options for any Tiny Supers game. You could also easily lift everything from this supp...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Fallen Justice: A Tiny Supers City Book
by Michael B.
Publisher: Gallant Knight Games
Date Added: 04/20/2020 19:03:57
Fallen Justice: A Tiny Supers City Book This is an excellent set of rules for playing non-powered, street level vigilantes in Tiny Supers. Plus I really like the city that comes with it.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire the Masquerade: Giovanni
by Ryan G.
Publisher: Moonstone
Date Added: 04/16/2020 05:14:27
Vampire the Masquerade: Giovanni **Moonstone Clan Comics Review:** I decided to purchase all of the old Moonstone VTM comics in anticipation for the upcoming ones from Vault Comics, and wow, these things sure are a product of their era. Oftentimes they’re edgy for the sake of being edgy, lacking even the semblance of substance. The characters are often poorly fleshed out and completely unbelievable. Everything that happens in the narrative is there only to throw you off the trail of the inevitable, horribly convoluted and nonsensical twist. There are constant red herrings throughout and then when the twist happens, you’re left in shock at the utter stupidity. But for that reason, they can be genuinely entertaining, like a B-movie. **Giovanni Review:** The plot here focuses on the two characters being conscripted to bid on a painting for Pietro Giovanni and the hijinks that ensue thereof. This comic is only 52 pages long and I stopped reading to take a break multiple times because I was so bored. The two main c...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire the Masquerade: Theo Bell
by Ryan G.
Publisher: Moonstone
Date Added: 04/16/2020 05:13:07
Vampire the Masquerade: Theo Bell I’ve already covered the clan issues, so now I’m on to the issues following the exploits of signature VTM characters. This one tells the story of a city in chaos and the resulting fighting and scheming for power. It’s an oft-used tabletop scenario put to the page. It follows Theo Bell (of whom we get the internal monologue, which is often bitter and displays the disdain he has for his position in the Camarilla) as he tries to bring order to a city with an problem involving thin bloods and Masquerade breaches. In the clan issues, whenever kindred fed, they always either killed or embraced their victim. It’s like the authors were not aware that there was another option. However, here we finally get to see a Kindred practicing restraint and trying to adhere to the tenets of humanity. And for individuals with whom he has to get into combat situations, he shows pity and, occasionally, mercy. This is so much better than any of the clan issues from Moonstone and I definitely recommend i...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
The Art of Legacy: Life Among the Ruins
by Björn L.
Publisher: UFO Press
Date Added: 04/15/2020 13:59:37
The Art of Legacy: Life Among the Ruins ***Visual inspiration for a life among the ruins - a Mephisto review*** # **The Art of Legacy** Unsurprisingly, the content of the **Art Book** on ***Legacy*** is primarily a compilation of the various illustrations from the rulebook, but also from sourcebooks and the first edition of the roleplaying game. In some cases, readers will also find the description of the illustration, as well as various design stages that led to the final result. Even if various illustrations may already be familiar to the inclined reader of the rulebook, the art book with its landscape format gives a beautiful impression of the manifold ideas that have been realized here. The mixture of ruins, futuristic technology, partly monstrous creatures, and enigmatic backgrounds inspires you to develop your own mysterious (and sometimes maybe a bit bizarre) setting. Various motives challenge the viewer to find his personal stories to what he has seen. By putting the illustrations together, **The Art of Leg...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire the Masquerade: Ventrue
by Ryan G.
Publisher: Moonstone
Date Added: 04/15/2020 04:25:55
Vampire the Masquerade: Ventrue **Moonstone Clan Comics Review:** I decided to purchase all of the old Moonstone VTM clan comics in anticipation for the upcoming run from Vault Comics, and wow, these things sure are a product of their era. Oftentimes they’re edgy for the sake of being edgy, lacking even the semblance of substance. The characters are often poorly fleshed out and completely unbelievable. Everything that happens in the narrative is there only to throw you off the trail of the inevitable, horribly convoluted and nonsensical twist. There are constant red herrings throughout and then when the twist happens, you’re left in shock at the utter stupidity. But for that reason, they can be genuinely entertaining, like a B-movie. **Ventrue Review:** In regard to all of the negative things said above, this Ventrue issue is easily the worst offender. None of the characters or events make any sense. There are multiple twists, each dumber than the last. I wish I could complain about every reason the twists are s...

Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire the Masquerade: Toreador
by Ryan G.
Publisher: Moonstone
Date Added: 04/15/2020 04:10:10
Vampire the Masquerade: Toreador **Moonstone Clan Comics Review:** I decided to purchase all of the old Moonstone VTM clan comics in anticipation for the upcoming run from Vault Comics, and wow, these things sure are a product of their era. Oftentimes they’re edgy for the sake of being edgy, lacking even the semblance of substance. The characters are often poorly fleshed out and completely unbelievable. Everything that happens in the narrative is there only to throw you off the trail of the inevitable, horribly convoluted and nonsensical twist. There are constant red herrings throughout and then when the twist happens, you’re left in shock at the utter stupidity. But for that reason, they can be genuinely entertaining, like a B-movie. **Toreador Review:** Very little happens in this clan issue. Several pages are dedicated to a movie that’s being shown and half of the entire thing is a recounting of the history of vampires. The history doesn’t really match any of the canon I’m aware of and one character even comme...

Rating:
[2 of 5 Stars!]
Vampire the Masquerade: Nosferatu
by Ryan G.
Publisher: Moonstone
Date Added: 04/15/2020 04:09:48
Vampire the Masquerade: Nosferatu **Moonstone Clan Comics Review:** I decided to purchase all of the old Moonstone VTM clan comics in anticipation for the upcoming run from Vault Comics, and wow, these things sure are a product of their era. Oftentimes they’re edgy for the sake of being edgy, lacking even the semblance of substance. The characters are often poorly fleshed out and completely unbelievable. Everything that happens in the narrative is there only to throw you off the trail of the inevitable, horribly convoluted and nonsensical twist. There are constant red herrings throughout and then when the twist happens, you’re left in shock at the utter stupidity. But for that reason, they can be genuinely entertaining, like a B-movie. **Nosferatu Review:** All that said, this Nosferatu issue is easily the best of the clan issues. It tells the tale of a girl abducted by a Nosferatu. While not all of their interactions are believable and the state of mind of the characters can be erratic and hard to pinpoint, the n...

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Crystal Heart
by Do G.
Publisher: Up to Four Players
Date Added: 04/11/2020 14:20:12
Crystal Heart Great story setting! interesting mechanisms :) I really liked the changeing arctypes with the heart powers

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Rai Volume 1: Welcome to New Japan
by Rafo L.
Publisher: Valiant Comics
Date Added: 04/10/2020 23:00:29
Rai Volume 1: Welcome to New Japan This is excellent sci-fi/cyberpunk comics with a tall glass of feudal japan in the sky mixed father issues from afar. I highly recommend reading this if you are fan of any of those buzzwords I just dropped or if you were a fan of the previous versions of Rai. He's here and has more to deal with than his previous incarnations. Thanks for the excellent work to everyone that did their thing in this book. From the art to the writing it's excellent.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Rai Volume 2: Battle for New Japan
by Rafo L.
Publisher: Valiant Comics
Date Added: 04/10/2020 22:59:51
Rai Volume 2: Battle for New Japan This book has more new Rai and more exposure to the world he inhabits. Excellent read from cover to cover.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Crystal Heart
by Gary T.
Publisher: Up to Four Players
Date Added: 03/28/2020 11:27:05
Crystal Heart Everyone else has covered the highlights of this excellent product, but I have to mention that you will be hard pressed to find any Savage Worlds product more polished than this one. Only Pinnacle products come close. Other Savage Worlds Licensees should pick this up just to see how it's done. Editing, layout, artwork, and writing - all set the standard by which others will be judged. It really is that good! I have only two very minor nitpicks: 1. No index. It does have an excellent Table of Contents, but I would rather have an Index than a world map on that last page. A map could be offered as a free download. Not a fault at all, just a choice made by the designers, but I do love a good index. 2. The pdf is awkward to read through due to the "2 pages in landscape" format. As an example of what I mean, the SWADE pdf is not this way and is very easy to navigate and read through, while Gold & Glory is this way. Again, not a big deal, so five stars all the way!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
Strontium Dog: Search/Destroy Agency Files 01
by Eddy W.
Publisher: Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Date Added: 03/22/2020 18:40:55
Strontium Dog: Search/Destroy Agency Files 01 This is my first time reading Strontium Dog, and it was a lot of fun! It has the satirical edge of classic Judge Dredd, but due to the focus on mutant bounty hunters, it can tell different stories of prejudice and crime drama. Plus some great art from classic 2000 AD artists. Definitely worth a read!

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
Slaine: Warrior's Dawn
by Eddy W.
Publisher: Rebellion Publishing Ltd
Date Added: 03/22/2020 18:37:58
Slaine: Warrior's Dawn A decent sword and sorcery comic set in ancient Ireland. The art is pretty inconsistent, but the story is fun.

Rating:
[3 of 5 Stars!]
Necessary Evil: Necessary Races
by YANN E.
Publisher: Pinnacle Entertainment
Date Added: 03/19/2020 15:32:52
Necessary Evil: Necessary Races Adaptation of the Necessary Evil's races to the Supers Powers Companion 2nd edtion. Much needed information :)

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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