Sorry to have been so remiss in my posting. I’ve been focused on wrapping up the first regular issue of the Arkham Gazette as well as another writing project (more on that soon, I hope); when compounded with pressing real-life necessities, the blog had to take a pause. That being said…
My copy of Island of Ignorance arrived (slightly dinged sadly), making Golden Goblin Press the first publisher to keep a deadline for any Kickstarter I’ve joined. Nicely done. The book’s great too; hopefully I can put together a review at some point.
- The Good Friends of Jackson Elias have talked about their favorite spells in CoC and conducted a video interview with author Rafael Chandler (also available in purely audio form).
- The Miskatonic University Podcast crew released another episode, this time talking about art and inspiration for your Call of Cthulhu game.
- The Unspeakable Oath has released a recording of a playtest of Cold Dead Hand, a scenario that appeared in their latest issue.
- Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff talked about Ken’s trip to Vermont and Marblehead MA and, more disturbingly offered preliminary reviews of Sleepy Hollow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. I cannot agree with their assessment of the two shows; I find it much easier to ignore some rejiggering of the Marvel Universe continuity than having real-world history put through the filter of the National Treasure movies. In other words, Sleepy Hollow – bleh, Agents of Shield – eh.