The Lost Sister, episode 7 of Stranger Things 2, is a controversial episode. But it’s also incredibly important to the format of the second series. (SPOILERS for episodes 6-8 of Stranger Things 2!)
This month, Fandible is asking for your help in raising some additional funds to help keep the podcast running and growing.
In a world where quality of healthcare is doled out only to those who can pay for it, a group of EMTs are determined to serve Seattle’s poorest. The Saints of Suffering look into the darkness of Seattle’s underbelly, and dive in headfirst to relieve what pain they can.
One of the greatest selling points of RPGs is that you can play as anyone or anything. Want to be Frodo on an epic quest? D&D can do that! Want to be Captain America? Lots of superhero games have the stats for you. How about Luke Skywalker? Yep, we’ve got that covered too.
Fandible spent another weekend this month in lovely Morristown, NJ attending our very first DexCon, the premiere Double Exposure convention of the year. Like Dreamation before it, we had a great time. I played a wider variety of games than I have before, and just had a great time all around. Here’s the rundown of what I played…
For a media hound like me, summer is a curse and a blessing. There are no new TV shows…but that means I have time to binge on new (to me) shows! If you have the same curse/blessing, and are wondering what to watch for summer 2017, here’s a list to get you started.
Spoiler warning: This review contains spoilers for this week’s iZombie episode Twenty-Sided, Die. Meta spoiler alert: You’re not missing anything if you just read this review. It was a Bad Episode. If you follow me on Twitter (and why wouldn’t you be?), you probably know I’ve been hyped for a week about the iZombie episode…
On the surface of a remote jungle moon and under fire from nature itself, Inquisitor Saaya comes face to face with a relic from his troubled past.