Jeff tackles the Wargaming.co edition of the classic Fletcher Pratt’s Naval Wargame.
The following interview was conducted by Byron Collins, from Collins Epic Wargames in regards to the artwork in the Frontline General: Spearpoint 1943 expansion currently
As the holiday season cranks into high gear, I think to myself how can Elliott and I help make a real difference in other people’s
We don’t make it a secret around here of our unadulterated love of just about all things GMT. Not only does the company consistently provide
I was very pleasantly surprised to run across an interesting item last week while popping around on Amazon.com. On a lark, I searched for Fletcher
I spent this past weekend at the Wizard World Chicago Comic Con, and although I was hoping to be able to provide a lot more material, this article pretty sums up the who’s and why’s for attending one of the largest comic conventions in the USA.
It’s been a challenging week that’s for sure. As folks may have noticed, we didn’t get a show up Monday due to the fact of a family emergency back home in AZ. I try not to delve too deeply into personal issues here on the site simply because people come here to get the latest on the gaming scene; sure, we share our thoughts and opinions but as far as getting into a lot about our personal lives? I honestly don’t think too many people are very interested.
Elliott talks with author Peter Clines about his novels Ex-Heroes and Ex-Patriots. These novels feature the Zombie Apocalypse meets super heroes done the right way.
In this, the third segment in our guide to painting miniatures, I’m going to tackle your final – and most important – pieces of equipment: brushes and paints. It’s important to keep in mind that without quality brushes and paints that will meet your needs your first forays in painting will become nothing more than experiments in frustration. Follow these simple recommendations and smooth sailing lays ahead.
I have fond memories of popping into what might be the premiere location in Chicago to buy magazines, the Six Corners City News Stand located on Cicero near Irving Park Road. I’m pretty sure the place is still kicking although I’m sure that they don’t carry the same number of table top gaming related mags as they once did. Honestly, I don’t think there’s a single U.S. based mass market magazine still being sold so I wouldn’t be shocked if they didn’t carry any.