Posts Tagged ‘ben fee’

Big Book of Battle Maps by Matt Henderson

by Ben Feeon 23/10/2018
There’re two kinds of people who run roleplay games. The first are those who spend hours creating meticulous maps of all the places their players could possibly visit, spending literally millions of moneys on paper and ink and wasting their own precious, precious time. Stop doing that. Buy this book. The second are those who […]

Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game

by Ben Feeon 24/12/2015
Anyone familiar with Games Workshop’s back catalogue will know that it houses a fair few long-forgotten gaming gems. Titles like Necromunda, Blood Bowl, and Gorkamorka still hold a cherished place in many an aging tabletop enthusiast’s heart but, for me, none hold as dear a place as Warhammer Quest. Released back in 1995, the original miniatures […]

Ticket To Ride: United Kingdom

by Ben Feeon 20/11/2015
The original Ticket To Ride is one of the trailblazers of modern board gaming, bringing the excitement and strategy of 19th Century railroad expansion to tabletops across the world. Originally released in North American and then European flavours, publishers Days of Wonder have since expanded the line to include special German and Nordic Countries editions as […]

Unbreakable Imperator Furiosa: The Mad Max/Kimmy Schmidt Mash-Up You Didn’t Know You Needed

by Ben Feeon 25/05/2015
Every now and again comes a perfect mash-up; two things so diverse in tone they shouldn’t work together but, like a delicious ham and pineapple pizza, they just do. Check out the video below for a sublime splicing of Tina Fey’s new-girl-in-the-big-city sitcom The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller’s eyeball-bleaching […]

Up All Night To Get Loki: 5 Best Moments From The MCU (So Far)

by Ben Feeon 21/05/2015
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been part of our lives now for seven glorious years, conquering both the big and small screens in its attempt to forge the largest shared fictional universe known to man and earn Disney enough money to freeze as many heads as they want until the end of time. With the […]

Strong In The Force: Marvel Drops Sneak Peek at Star Wars #1 Variants

by Ben Feeon 22/10/2014
As part of their solicitations for January 2015, Marvel Comics has announced they will be returning to the universe of stars and wars for the first time since 1986 with Star Wars #1.   Written by Jason Aaron (Scalped, Wolverine and the X-Men) and with art from John Cassaday (Astonishing X-Men, Planetary), Star Wars #1 […]

10 Actresses Who Would Rock as the Next Doctor Who

by Ben Feeon 11/08/2014
The BBC recently announced that Season 8 of Doctor Who will feature their first female director since 2010, so we’re using this as an excuse to do a list of the top ten actresses who would make great Doctors in the future (or in parallel universes if you’re reading this from Sideways 9). But we […]

Hail to the Queens, Baby: 5 Classic Movies We’d Like to See With a Female Lead

by Ben Feeon 05/08/2014
In the wake of the rumours of an upcoming all-female Ghostbusters reboot, we here at the Geek Pride offices have been ruminating over which other classic genre films we’d like to see reimagined with female leads. And then we wrote them down in, like, a list…   1. Back to the Future In which Marti […]

Geek Pride Comic Blog – 05/07/2014 – Totes Emosh Edition

by Ben Feeon 05/07/2014
Greetings, Programs! We asked the guys to do something a little bit different this week, to talk about comics that moved them emotionally. We want to hear about stories or images that have stayed with you too long after you closed the book and still give you a lump in your throat. Tell us about […]

The Geek Pride Comic Blog – 22/06/2014

by Ben Feeon 22/06/2014
Welcome back to the Geek Pride Comic Blog. This week we talk an elusive Captain Marvel, Suicide Squad and vicarious sexual frustration… Ben Fee: Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie do gods in The Wicked and the Divine #1 – loved it, would read again. Highly recommended and a lot less hipstery than Gillen’s previous stuff. Laura […]