Sybil explains why you shouldn’t worry about Marvel’s upcoming reboot/crossover event, and describes a world where everyone is Howard the Duck.
Author: Sybil Pandemic
We return to the realm of terrible fanfiction by following the life of Lord Bruce of the noble house Wayne
Sybil judges Dredd! Get it?!
Prepare yourself. Sybil is about to take you to the Punisher Bone Zone!
Solkir regales everyone with a tale from his roleplaying experience, and stresses the importance of coming prepared.
By popular demand, Sybil looks back at one of the most maligned comic book movies ever produced. But will she say what you want her to say about it?
So, why did I just start reviewing a RPG out of nowhere?
Tales from the Tabletop: F.A.T.A.L.: Byron’s Rebuttal
It finally happens. The game has broken me, but it has not defeated me. We complete our character by calculating all of her skills.
Where we determine our character’s sexuality. I’m sure the book handles it in a tasteful and not at all idiotic way.
In this episode, we have to let the game tell us how to properly play out character, because at this point, why even have players?
In the explosive series finale, Birds of Prey comes dangerously close to quality!
We use the game’s unnecessary, broken, and contradictory character generation system to decide what our character looks like.
I look at what is considered by many [read:all] to be the most heinous, wretched tabletop role-playing game ever conceived.
Ho sooner have Jenna and Link returned from their honeymoon, that the Great Deku Tree has commanded their presence.
In which we look at the most inexplicably popular fanfiction on the internet.
Oh look, people are being terrible on the internet.
In Honor of America’s independence, we read a very patriotic story.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes really gross, poorly written sex scenes.
After all the people she’s killed, imagine what the Huntress will do to someone who’s actually wronged her directly. Find out in the penultimate episode of Birds of Prey.