Pixar's latest plays like a kid-friendly mashup of Weekend at Bernie's, The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter.
The upcoming independent CCG is an unexpected blend of Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons.
The first few hours of 1997's Fallout are overwhelming and demonstrate why character classes are so useful in complex RPGs.
On death, lemons, and the unique challenges of playing Dungeons & Dragons for an audience.
Jason Anarchy's hilarious tabletop drinking game is a great way to introduce newcomers to RPG conventions.
Kurtis Wiebe and Roc Upchurch’s Rat Queens is a fantasy adventure comic for those who enjoy a little crass with their questing.
Focusing on licenses, and “re-developing” stagnating properties, IDW has had some major success with GI Joe, Transformers, and less-mainstream-but-even-hotter Suicide Girls comic. None of these series come close to matching the fun and excitement that IDW has returned to... Dungeons & Dragons.