The April Warhammer 40K Tournament will be on Saturday, April 12th. 1250 point army size. Non-Escalation (no Lords of War), but Imperial Knights are legal. 3 rounds. Registration/set-up starts at 10:00 AM, first round starts at 11. $10 entry fee per player. We have space available for 12 players, so pre-register at Pulp Fiction to guarantee your spot!
-Everyone’s favorite elf is back from the dead and ready to return to his swashbuckling ways!
-And who better to bring Nightcrawler back into the fold than the X-Men writer most known for writing the character, Chris Claremont.
-This ongoing series spins out of Jason Aaron’s popular Amazing X-Men storyline.
-Nightcrawler and Wolverine hit the road to find out why someone is gunning for Nightcrawler‘s loved ones.
-Joe Keatinge of Morbius, the Living Vampire and Marvel Knights Hulk acclaim delivers a new ongoing Image comic series!
-Keatinge promises the series straddles the line between Indiana Jones and Fables!
-A young adventurer, from a family of adventurers, must travel the globe in search of them, battling triceratops, robots, and other fantasy creatures in order to rescue the ones she loves.
-Make sure you don’t miss out on issue one, like so many did on previous popular Image comics, like Chew, Manifest Destiny, and Thief of Thieves.
-Seven years ago, Marvel Comics launched The Immortal Iron Fist, a series that turned into one of the most respected, beloved Marvel series of all time. Now he’s back.
-A purely kung-fu revenge epic, this series sends Danny Rand back to the mystical city of K’un Lun, where he gained his powers, in search of vengeance.
-Kaare Andrews, writer and artist on Spider-Man: Reign, brings both skills to bear on this new, ongoing series.
-Skottie Young also delivers his regular top-notch variant cover for this first issue, depicting Iron Fist Ki-yahh-ing in front of a dragon.
-DC‘s first weekly series during the New 52 era begins! And it’s all about the Bat family!
-Scott Snyder oversees this important Batman series, leading four other talented writers, including John Layman (Chew), James Tynion IV (Talon), Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash), and Ray Fawkes (Constantine).
-Major changes to the Batman universe will stem from this series, especially in regards to Jim Gordon’s status as commissioner and the re-appearance of Stephanie Brown/Spoiler.
-A Batman comic each week for an entire year!
Back in stock after a couple weeks is the Firefly: Out of the Black card game! The famous idiom above is also the basic mechanics of the game. A cooperative card game by design, players play different members of a Firefly class ship with everyone working together to beat the random obstacles generated by the game’s AI. Overcoming these obstacles gains everyone honor and credit, which can also be taken from you. If it’s all gone, the game ends.
It’s all about the rocks in Splendor!
A card collection game, Splendor is a two to four player game with accessible rules. On each turn, players can perform three various actions, each with their own unique consequences. Gems can be acquired, cards can be collected, and other cards can be reserved for pick-up on a later turn. Gems and cards can be turned in for bigger points, with the hope of attaining the most by game’s end.
Fantasy Flight keeps the printing presses busy yet again with two more pack expansions for Netrunner and the Star Wars LCGs.
First up is the final Data Pack expansion in the Spin Cycle for Netrunner, Double Down. This sixty card expansion adds special double event cards that require players to spend a click in addition to the card’s normal play cost, making them a bold gamble with a possible major payoff.
The Force is becoming stronger with the first expansion Force Pack in a new cycle of the Star Wars LCG. Heroes and Legends increases the power of the force on both the Imperial and Rebel sides.
Formula D: Circuits 5 – New Jersey & Sotchi is the newest set of board expansion for the highly popular racing game. Included in this expansion are new tracks for the Sotchi Winter Olympics village, designed and illustrated by Herman Tilke, an actual architect of Formula D race tracks, as well as the New Jersey board, which has nineteen high-speed turns.
The largely popular dungeon crawler Descent receives four new miniature figures to add to the base game. Each of these figures comes equipped with fortune and threat tokens and character cards. The four miniatures out this weekend are Rylan Olliven, Verminous, Tristayne Olliven, and Gargan Mirklace.
An underdog surprise hit, Fleet, the fish boat card game, gains its first expansion this weekend in Arctic Bounty. Outside of including variant one and two player rules, Arctic Bounty allows players to combine the new license and boat cards with the base Fleet game. This combination allows for a large amount of variety, keeping the game as challenging and inventive as you want.
A second enchanting expansion to the mage battle game, Seasons, as appeared in the store this weekend. Path of Destiny includes over sixty expansion cards, including forty new power card and ten enchantment cards, as well as six additional special ability tokens.
-Fans of mysterious serialized storytelling, like The Twilight Zone and LOST, should take a look at this new Image miniseries.
-Ed Brisson, up-and-coming writer of Robocop Last Stand, Secret Avengers, and Sheltered, delivers another unique Image experience!
-A lone man wakes up in a field with amnesia and no hope of figure out who he is or how he got there, except for a random cell phone that warns him about encroaching danger.
-Simon Roy, artist extraordinaire on Brandon Graham’s Prophet, joins with Brisson, supplying his Heavy Metal-esque detail and freakish character designs.
-Cullen Bunn, local writer, continues his runaway success of a run on Deadpool with this four issue miniseries!
-The follow-up to Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Deadpool Kills Deadpool, and Night of the Living Deadpool!
-As much as this miniseries is a match of viciousness, it is also a match of insanity.
-Solicits for the book promise ample disembodiment, collateral damage, and hijinks.
-Veteran DC writer and artist Dan Jurgens fleshes out the world of Aquaman that Geoff Johns established in the ongoing series!
-Gain more information on the history of The Others, the Justice League-esque team Aquaman hung out with before he became a famous superhero.
-Also learn more about the mysterious artifacts each of The Others wield against their foes, especially Aquaman‘s trident.
-If you’re still a person who laughs about there being an Aquaman comic series, get with the times and realize he’s one of DC‘s most bad@$$ characters!
-Nineties comic legend Joe Madureira (Battle Chasers, Avenging Spider-Man, Ultimates 3) returns to Marvel as interior artist on this ongoing series!
-Charles Soule handles writing duties, following up his hit runs on Swamp Thing, Thunderbolts, and She-Hulk!
-Mutants are so last year, it’s Inhumans all the way in 2014!
-After the events of Infinity, random humans are being transformed by the Terrigen Mist creating an entirely new body of superpowered beings! How will the rest of the Marvel universe react?
Classic dungeon crawling adventuring is combined with mix-and-match optioning with the throw-back RPG system, Dungeon World. A successful Kickstarter product, Dungeon World is an approachable role playing system that is contained in a single book that allows players to assemble, altered, remove, and augment rules, classes, races, NPCs, monsters, and more. A great introductory fantasy RPG!
The Warmachine Vengeance softcover edition brings a new layer to the sordid tale Khador, Cygnar, Cryx, and the other factions. Within this volume are stats and information for new Warcasters, units, solos, a painting guide, and a theme force list that offers information on how to construct armies around specialized forces.
Conflict rages within the Damocles Gulf corner of the Warhammer universe.
A new Apocalypse War Zone supplement, the Damocles HC, provides players the information needed to reenact this major conflict, including the historical background of Shadowsun‘s attack on the Gulf, a detailed explanation of The Battle of Agrellan Prime, a selection of new rules, missions, and strategic assets, and eighteen datasheets for various faction-based forces.
Hulk smashes, why can’t you?
Smash Up receives another expansion this weekend, which, as is the case with all the game’s expansions, adds a four entirely new and entirely random genres of cards. Science Fiction Double Feature includes Time Travelers, Cyborg Apes, Super Spies, and Shapeshifters. Slam them together (or with decks from previous expansions) and get to fighting!