Kristine Chester, Fanbase Press Senior Contributor

Kristine Chester, Fanbase Press Senior Contributor

Favorite Comic Book SeriesAtomic Robo
Favorite D&D Class:  Wizard
Favorite Ice Cream Flavor:  Cookies N' Cream

CDI is a corporation bent on world destruction, which it slowly accomplishes with the help of cybernetically enhanced soldiers called SHOC troops; however, some of these cyborgs rather like the world and have banded together to save it through the power of brute force.

Special forces cyborgs called SHOCs are sent around the world to accomplish missions for CDI, the company that transformed them into the perfect killing machines. But, something is amiss at CDI; SHOCs are going AWOL and only a girl and her dog are in a position to uncover the truth.

You best watch your step when visiting New Orleans. That's werewolf town, specifically Cassian Steele's. When the old werewolf boss puts out a hit on you, ain't nobody gonna save you, except maybe a demon seeking redemption named Barnabus Black. Side with him and maybe you got a chance.

IDW's latest Star Trek comics compilation sees the unusual pairing of the 1984 DC Comics Star Trek series' first arc and the 2007 miniseries Blood Will Tell under the backdrop of the best Klingon comic stories. This isn't wholly accurate, but what both storylines do have in common is they provide an alternate point of view on the events of several Original Series episodes; a Klingon point of view, that is.

Have you ever started to dwell on how monotonous life can be, and then wondered how everything would be better if you had superpowers? Well, Not So Super shows us how x-ray vision or flight is a poor substitute for solving life's problems. Meet Dan Douglas, your average 30-something techie for the kind of evil Techyon Corp. whose weekly highlight is a cosplay party, who one day wakes up with superpowers.

At Gen Con 2013, FBC's Kristine Chester chats with podcaster Dustin Brants about UnderDiscussion: The Undergopher Podcast, the art of podcasting, and his favorite Gen Con moments.


At Gen Con 2013, FBC's Kristine Chester chats with marketing director Brad Cummings of Shenandoah Studio about their iPad tactical games Battle of the Bulge and the upcoming Drive on Moscow.


At Gen Con 2013, FBC's Kristine Chester chats with writer and editor Lillian Cohen-Moore about the Makers, Schemers, and Dreamers project focused on women's experience in the tabletop gaming industry and Lillian's own history as a gamer and gaming professional.


At Gen Con 2013, FBC's Kristine Chester chats with director and actor Adam Rady (Markus) and actor Eric Radic (Krag) of the fantasy comedy web-series Walking in Circles about playing their respective characters, the change-ups for Season 2, and the ridiculous weight of Nancy the Warhammer.


At Gen Con 2013, FBC's Kristine Chester chats with GM Chris and GM Dave of d20 Radio and Gamer Nation Studios about their card games Edition Wars and Pillage!, their new board game EONS where players shape the universe, the upcoming Tall Tales RPG from Jay Little, and next year's first GamerNation Con.


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