Do you want to learn how to play a Role-Playing Game, like Dungeons & Dragons or Pathfinder? We do, too, and we just might ask you to join us.
Award-winning writer Tina Cesa Ward’s new project “Guards of Dagmar” is pushing forward on Kickstarter and you can help them make it happen. Continue reading →
If you’ve been paying attention to one of the fastest growing channels on YouTube then you’ve seen The Lizzie Bennet Diaries. But did you know that YouTube is only part of the story? Continue reading →
The fastest growing channel on YouTube today could also be described as one of the most unorthodox. “Lizzie Bennet Diaries” adapts Pride and Prejudice done as a vlog. And you know what? It works! Continue reading →
Fantasy tie-ins run the gamut from shows about “Dungeons & Dragons” to stories set in actual fantasy worlds full of elves and orcs. Damsels and Dragons joins the list of shows that pay respect to the fantasy genre, falling somewhere in between with their series about women LARP-ers. Continue reading →
YouTube tapped into great internet talent to create new channels with high-quality content. Two of the ones I’m most excited about are from Felicia Day and Chris Hardwick. Continue reading →
The Fan-made “Hunger Games” series is still raising money to make their show and the pictures they’ve been rolling include great actors and glimpse at the quality of their props. Continue reading →