Why patronage? The case for funding quality content

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The Case for Funding Quality Hobby Content, or: The High Price of Free

Archangel: William Gibson’s Gripping Graphic Novel


Let’s open up William Gibson’s graphic novel “Archangel” and see if it’s worth a look.

Mansions of Madness: A Walk Through the Streets of Arkham

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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 Wargaming Figures by Javier Gomez, Should you Buy it?

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“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.

Blitzkrieg Miniatures DAK Vehicle Review

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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.

Why Visit The Hairy Tarantula North?

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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.

Vallejo DAK Airbrush Paint Set

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Let’s have a look at Vallejo’s DAK Airbrush Paint Set to see if it’s worth the purchase. 

Space Hulk by Games Workshop: Buy It Again?

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A good look at Space Hulk 3rd Ed. by Games Workshop on the way to answering the question: Would we buy it again?

Kick the Kickstarter Habit

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Do gaming Kickstarter projects deserve our money or are we allowing products to bypass proper development and testing before being brought to market?

Hornet Hobbies: Should you shop here?

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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