Well first things first I can tell you what “Second Quest” isn’t and that’s Legend of Zelda. No siree. A kickstarted graphic novel “Second Quest” tells the story of Azalea and her friend Cale, living on on an island high up in the air. Explorinjg dungeons for hidden passages and forgotten trinkets like ocarinas and boomerangs. Azalea and Cale must balance this with learning of their islands past of kidnapped princess and pig faced bandits. Okay maybe it’s a little like Legend of Zelda.
Dark Dungeons comes from the ‘Mazes and Monsters’ era of anti-D&D hysteria, a satirical comic strip showing two naive young, innocent Christian girls being sucked into the dangers skulking about every college campus, the RPG. The problem was at least when I first read it, it was so bad, so over the top, so exaggerated that I assumed it was a joke about such anti-D&D hysteria. It was only when someone pointed out to me that it was dead straight that I realised that I just didn’t much like it. But that was a long time ago and required me having to read, maybe it’s time to give it another chance.
This week in the week that was;
Stephen Amell might be the best thing DC has at the moment,
A popular television show might be being brought back,
A popular, upper class British actor will be getting work in Hollywood,
Hollywood struggles to adapt a popular eighties cartoon,
Fox comes to the conclusion that they might have messed up X-men a bit too much,
A superhero gains a secret identity
As another looses it
All this and more in the week that was.
This week in the week that Joss;
Someone in Hollywood might be sexist,
The internet doesn’t handle difference of opinion very well,
People jump to conclusions,
All of this and more in the week that Joss
Okay, I know how this game works. To stay hip, to stay relevant you’ve got to discuss what’s on everyone’s mind and what’s on everyone’s mind at the moment is Avengers. So I used my wit, my wealth and my connections to track down a copy for review today. I shall be talking about the fractious team fighting against the odds to save the world. The monsters, the myths and the legends. Unfortunately seen as how it’s my wit, wealth and charm on show here; the best I could manage was …..
This week in the week that was:
Michael Bay might be a perv;
DC is bad at crediting creators;
Even Anime is running out of new ideas;
British comedians form their own political party;
Politicians sometimes tell lies;
Hollywood starts to realize that you can do accurate superhero costumes;
A major studio tells us it was only joking when it makes a mistake;
And a sitting down, social casual game is now a recognised sport, no not that one;
This is the week that was……… Continue reading