Dungeons & Dragons: Art & Arcana: A Visual History Hardcover | Kindle
By Michael Witwer, Kyle Newman, Jon Peterson, and Sam Witwer
Foreword by Joe Manganiello
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Release Date: October 23, 2018
This book made me cry. No, I am not exaggerating, I literally shed tears while I read this. Dungeons & Dragons: Art & Arcana: A Visual History is filled with so much gaming history and nostalgia that I found myself wishing I was a teenager again and could structure my weekends around role playing games and close friends. If nothing else, I sat back and enjoyed the flood of great memories that came as I flipped from page to page. It was both a sad and a happy time spent with this massive tome.
If the bloody and beautiful official trailer and October 31st premiere date announcement for Ash vs. Evil Dead wasn’t enough to get you ready for summer to go away so that fall can arrive—and it should be more than enough—here’s another little treat for you horror junkies.
A trailer for the anthology movie Tales of Halloween was unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con 2015, featuring contributions from 11 directors with a knack for the terror and scares and gooey, gory fun we fans of fear live for.
You can read more about Tales of Halloween, including a full rundown of all of the directors and cast involved, and watch the trailer below.
Just four episodes into season two of Syfy Channel’s “original” series Being Human the network has renewed the series for a third season of 13 episodes.
Viewership for the second season has increased by an impressive +27% in Adults 18-49, +35% in Adults 25-54, and +15% in total viewers; 52% of the viewers are female making Being Human the most female skewing series ever on the network.
It’s unclear exactly when former showrunner Frank Darabont‘s influence will cease to be a part of the hit AMC series The Walking Dead. Darabont “stepped down” back in July (it ultimately turned out that he was fired), which was met by a firestorm of negative criticism and rumors of extremely unhappy (and fearful) cast and crew members who were supposedly forbidden from speaking on the topic or face losing their jobs.
The first half of the second season was still pretty excellent, but at some point the Darabont effect will wear off and we as fans will be face-to-face with the answer to a looming question: will new showrunnerGlen Mazzara be able to deliver the same level of quality we’ve come to expect, or will it all come crashing down in true apocalyptic fashion?
That all remains to be seen, but details about one episode Darabont had planned on doing has now surfaced, and it sounds like it could have been intense. Unfortunately for us, it also appears to be one that we will never get to see. You can read all about the episode on the other side.