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Ascendant
by JOAO M. D. C P.
Publisher: Autarch
Date Added: 12/14/2021 09:26:47
pixel_trans.gif Ascendant Ascendant is the son of Mayfair's DC Heroes and TSR Marvel, tempered by Autarch's usual attention to detail and rigorous back-end mathematics. It is an intimidating rules set at first glance, but most of the complexity happens at character creation (and it still is a lot simpler than something like Champions) and GM prep. Once the rules hit the table, this thing flies like a spandex-clad demigod. It plays fast and furious, the way a comic book inspired game should. Ascendant has dethroned TSR Marvel as my go to choice for superhero gaming, which is not a small feat. If you are in any way interested in superheroic gaming, take a look at it!...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Ascendant
by Murray T.
Publisher: Autarch
Date Added: 12/14/2021 02:23:48
pixel_trans.gif Ascendant *ASCENDANT* is an excellent supers RPG. The rules are deep and innovative, yet play is streamlined and simple. The layout and art are very high quality as well. I especially appreciate the fully hyperlinked table of contents and the bold red, white and blue color scheme. *ASCENDANT* is reminiscent to me of several older supers RPG's but with a much more rigorous application of math and playability. *ASCENDANT* uses exponential scales to compress game values and real-world measurements to usable numbers across many levels of play, such as when Superman and Batman (or Hulk and Hawkeye) might be in play at the same table. It also uses color bands to denote different degrees of success based on the percentage die roll and the comparison of competitors' abilities. These degrees of success are based on the exponential scale and the doubling (or halving) of ability each point of difference represents in the game's skills, attributes, and powers, with each color band also repre...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Snake Claws Volume 1
by Carson F.
Publisher: Edison Neo
Date Added: 11/22/2021 12:50:38
pixel_trans.gif Snake Claws Volume 1 Oh yeah. This series is beyond just epic. I love this to the bottom of my heart, and hope that a continuation is on the way

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Pulp Art: Earle Bergey
by Russ K.
Publisher: Mini-Komix
Date Added: 11/16/2021 04:24:24
pixel_trans.gif Pulp Art: Earle Bergey I love this fanzine. I'm re-collecting Vaughn Bode, and this makes a great start. This collection has some art I've never seen before. Has a lot of Deadbone Erotica. Problem is... is there a Liz-Zine #2 in the works?

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Legendlore Core Rulebook
by A customer
Publisher: Onyx Path Publishing
Date Added: 11/15/2021 08:44:03
pixel_trans.gif Legendlore Core Rulebook Overall, I really like this book. There is almost enough to work with here and it feels like it's mostly successful. The genre is one that is not often addressed in RPGs and it makes a solid attempt at doing so. I like the variety of new races and some of the new subclasses are things I would really love to play. That being said, I wish there was more guidance on how to start a game. This is a genre where the transition from concept through character creation to first session is incredibly important and more than a little complicated to get right. The Session Zero section, while it covers the importance of everyone's comfort at the table along with safety tools, is lacking in other advice about getting the game going. Fifth Edition characters are relatively competent, even at early levels, so there's some mild disconnect in figuring out what the PCs should be skilled at and when. The book spends a lot of time emphasizing that Crossing can make you into an envisioned You...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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NUELOW Stock Art Collection #4: Scenes From Yesterday's Future
by Simon B.
Publisher: NUELOW Games
Date Added: 10/31/2021 01:11:28
pixel_trans.gif NUELOW Stock Art Collection #4: Scenes From Yesterday's Future Some excellent Public Domain SciFi images for use in TableTop RPG project etc. I've used them extensively. Quality is variable but some of them are excellent. I just wish the past wasn't so misogynist and was more inclusive. There are some images (inclduing the cover image) I couldn't bring myself to use. Still well worth the money, though.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Deckbox (large)
by Ronald F.
Publisher: Roll20
Date Added: 09/21/2021 15:01:19
pixel_trans.gif Deckbox (large) Sturdy clear plastic box to hold my Title Bout II Boxer Cards and Boxing Action Cards at an amazingly low price. Have bought one for each fighter weight class that I own, and will continue to buy them with each additional division that is produced.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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1000 Bullets book 1
by Thomas B.
Publisher: universal comics pd
Date Added: 09/09/2021 05:58:06
pixel_trans.gif 1000 Bullets book 1 I have to say the story was so refreshing to read it was a throw back for me to the days when i was a bit younger and stared to get into comic book. Now the author has put a bit of time into it, the story is very intense as a read,definitely gets you from the first page you read, like the old west . The battle between the characters is so good and the repartee is a joy to read just dont know who is the good the bad "you get it" then comes the Twist in the story brlliant and this takes me to the art work it is of a very high standard really do like the black and white of the drawings works so well now if you like your heroes with xray eyes jetpacks and all the rest of that may not be for you but try it and you might like it for the rest of us " fantastic" so looking forword to the next instalment of this story....

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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1000 Bullets book 1
by Cormac O.
Publisher: universal comics pd
Date Added: 09/04/2021 06:15:57
pixel_trans.gif 1000 Bullets book 1 Wow , I throughly enjoyed this comic a visual treat for my eyes also. a compelling unique take on the western / super natural thriller. well written highly recommended. AAA star.

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Abiding Perdition
by Michael T.
Publisher: Arcana Comics
Date Added: 08/28/2021 12:19:47
pixel_trans.gif Abiding Perdition Wonderul, fun, cheesy, great art. Storytelling is a little disjointed sometimes and the hero is the hottest, dumbest hero I've seen in a while, but great fun - everything a comic should be.

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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Artesia: Adventures in the Known World
by Bruce G.
Publisher: Aegis & Gorgon
Date Added: 08/23/2021 21:42:41
pixel_trans.gif Artesia: Adventures in the Known World It's a darn shame I haven't seen anyting from this writer in a long time. Artesia, even though it was formatted with the Fuzion system rules, is still one of my favorite books. I became a fan before the RPG, though, because I discovered the graphic novels that inspired this game. I loved the art, I really enjoyed seeing one of the first strong female oriented characters I remember reading. So when the game came out, I grabbed it. I was not disappointed. To put it kinda bluntly, I wish they would do a 5th Edition version. I'm waiting............

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Carbon Grey RPG - Quickstart Guide
by Bob V. G.
Publisher: Magnetic Press Play
Date Added: 08/17/2021 21:46:01
pixel_trans.gif Carbon Grey RPG - Quickstart Guide This week, I soloed my way through Carbon Grey RPG Quickstart Guide. I used the Mythic Game Master Emulator as the solo engine. It is in a unique setting - a turbulent, dystopian, dieselpunk world at war. I used the five characters that are included with the adventure (this document does not include rules for creating characters). This exciting adventure quest started off with my mercenaries being sent off to kill bad guys and it turned into a tactical rescue mission (Greta and twelve children). My team started with an assortment of weapons, but only two grenades, which were used to create traps. Greta starts off being mortally wounded. Doc was able to stabilize her bleeding. She was then carried by Moon, but he died within the first few minutes. So, the end result, the fighter and spy survived along with two children. The rest of the children were captured. My team was able to wound six guards and kill five of them. Greta did not make it. Maybe you will have better luck. I did add elv...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Pound of Flesh
by Carson F.
Publisher: Envision Comics and Books
Date Added: 06/11/2021 04:56:41
pixel_trans.gif Pound of Flesh I am a huge fan of Rain, having discovered it back when it was on sale a little while ago. I sped through the entire collection in four days, and I was left wanting more. Imagine my surprise and happiness when I saw you released a new comic. In reality, your work and the ongoing series Snake Claws are really the only reason I even check DriveThru Comics anymore, and I'll always be happy to recieve more. I do hope you consider continuing this series. Your dark, serious, and gritty tones incorporated in your works goes well with a western backdrop. ...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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Monster, Monster: Vampires
by Eric F.
Publisher: NUELOW Games
Date Added: 06/04/2021 16:11:47
pixel_trans.gif Monster, Monster: Vampires " Few monsters are as popular or versatile as the vampire. It’s popularity and presence in the public mind has grown ever larger in every artistic genre from fiction and poetry, to movies and comics, and to roleplaying games." "They can be physically hideous, or they can be as beautiful as angels. They can be soulless monsters, or they can victims of a curse they wish to be liberated from. When it comes to vampires, only your imagination limits you, because the genre standards for them are fluid and many. Some might even say there are no standards for how to properly portray a vampire in fiction" Monster, Monster: Vampires By Ed Fedory, Andrew Pavlides, Steve Miller From NUELOW Games clocks in at forty pages for Fifth edition Dungeons & Dragons. But actually Monster, Monster: Vampires has the usual NUELOW Games Skywald publishing monster comic book story. This is followed by several different types of vampires in monster camps such as this lovely; "Fe...

Rating:
[5 of 5 Stars!]
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On the Wall • A World of Adventure for Fate Core
by Björn L.
Publisher: Evil Hat Productions
Date Added: 05/28/2021 13:31:56
pixel_trans.gif On the Wall • A World of Adventure for Fate Core # **Dystopian teenage super mutants - a Mephisto review** **On the wall** What would happen if a part of humanity suddenly developed superpowers - that is the question that the ***Fate*** world** On the Wall** takes on, based on the comic of the same name. In the world of On the Wall, these super mutants are usually not the heroes who fight some super villains in colorful capes to the cheers of the population. Instead, the sudden appearance of superpowers has led much of the people to fear these mutants, so harsh laws have been introduced to control them. A central measure is that teenagers who develop these powers must visit special schools to learn how to harness their powers. This way, their powers should be kept in check. Of course, the player characters are such teenagers, who each have a single superpower (which doesn't necessarily have to be spectacular). The game offers a mix of superhero stories, dystopian governmental control, and teenage chaos. Accordingly, the book ...

Rating:
[4 of 5 Stars!]
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