The Case for Funding Quality Hobby Content, or: The High Price of Free
Let’s open up William Gibson’s graphic novel “Archangel” and see if it’s worth a look.
The first Mansions of Madness big box expansion takes us to the Streets of Arkham. Let’s take a walk through the streets to see if it’s worth the trip.
“Painting Warming Figures” by J. Gomez is about getting a uniform quality set of playable minis on the table in a reasonable amount of time with techniques that everyone can understand and employ.
I came across a range of WWII vehicles by Blitzkrieg Miniatures while perusing the Perry Miniatures website and thought I’d take three of them for a test drive. Here’s how the resin Blitzkrieg vehicles worked out.
The Hairy Tarantula North in Toronto is the kind of store only a diehard gamer or comic fan could love. Here’s why I still visit The Hairy Tarantula North despite its flaws.
Let’s have a look at Vallejo’s DAK Airbrush Paint Set to see if it’s worth the purchase.
A good look at Space Hulk 3rd Ed. by Games Workshop on the way to answering the question: Would we buy it again?
Do gaming Kickstarter projects deserve our money or are we allowing products to bypass proper development and testing before being brought to market?
You know you’re onto something when you find yourself dropping by a scale modelling hobby store just because it feels welcoming to walk in the door. If you’re made to feel like a regular by both staff and customers alike you feel like staying a while. Once inside, you know you’re still in the right place if they carry a variety of plastic scale modelling staples as well as new shiny things. It’s also a giveaway if the quality of the customer’s work on display is top notch. Hornet Hobbies in Toronto,… Read More