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Story Mode: Justice League Alternates, Part 16

Mission Log Date: Apr. 10, 2012 Report Number: 0055 Filed By: Agent Cameron Chase   Mission Location: Fawcett City Mission Target: Gorilla Grodd   Mission Details: In another attempt to subjugate an entire town’s will for villainous means, Gorilla Grodd [...]

June 10, 2012 Features
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Story Mode: Justice League Alternates, Hyper Hamster DEO File

Subject Name: Hyper Hamster File Number: 165 File Start Date: 12/28/2011   Real Name: Snowball Occupation: Being a hamster, I guess?  I don’t know.  What do hamsters do all day?  Run in their wheels?  I never thought that this would [...]

June 3, 2012 Features
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Damsels and Dragons: An Interview with Writer Eric Campbell

Full disclosure: Interviewing your friends can be a lot of fun, especially when they’re longtime friends who you share many of the same hobbies with. Eric Campbell (IMDB) and I have been gaming buddies for more years than I care to [...]

May 9, 2012 Features, Interviews
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Story Mode: Justice League Alternates, Part Seven

“Agent Chase, D.E.O. What’s the current situation?”   The officer in charge of the scene scrutinized the blonde agent and her badge with a frown. “D.E.O.? You’re part of that new government outfit that’s supposed to be keeping crap like [...]

March 10, 2012 Features
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Story Mode: Justice League Alternates, Part Five

“Come on, come on! Where are you?”   Cheetah paced back and forth on the roof of Italy’s National Museum of Antiquities, discreetly peering over the edge every now and then to see who was approaching the building. So far, [...]

February 25, 2012 Movies and TV
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Review – Mass Effect: Conviction

Let me get this out of the way now: I’m a BioWare fanboy. Each video game they’ve released over the years has topped the last, and their RPGs are intricate and masterful in their execution. It’s their storytelling that hooks [...]

September 10, 2011 Games and Gaming
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Print vs. Digital: Can They Coexist In Peace?

“Print is dead.” – Egon Spengler, “Ghostbusters” Not yet, Egon, but those words definitely mean more in today’s publishing world than they did back in 1984. While concrete statistics vary depending on source and the increased availability of devices that [...]

August 8, 2011 Features
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The Cybertooth Project: An Interview with Creator Zak Hennessey

I first met Zak Hennessey many years ago over a shared pastime: pen and paper role-playing games. Not only did he exhibit some impressive storytelling talents by running some of the best original scenarios our game table has ever seen, [...]

August 5, 2011 Interviews

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