Warehouse 23 Blog

This Weirdness Is Not Approved By The Government

Posted: November 20, 2004

Hellboy fans can find a whole slew of new shorts and stories in Weird Tales - Volume Two, B.P.R.D. - The Soul of Venice and Other Stories, and Odder Jobs. Or if you've had enough plot and just want pretty pictures, see The Art of Hellboy (also available in hardcover).

Mythos Motor Sports Madness

Posted: November 19, 2004

If you've ever wanted a "Nyarlathotep Is My Copilot" bumper sticker, strap yourself into your Satanic Pushcart and get ready for the Cthulhu 500. It's time for the card game where you can finally win the race for The Sponsor That Must Not Be Named.

Age Of Sorrows

Posted: November 18, 2004

The gods meddle in human affairs, and the humans meddle right back. Heroes are at each other's throats on the battlefields, and the Fair Folk wait in the forests to take the unwary. Enter the world of Exalted, an epic fantasy like no others.

Into The Iron Kingdoms

Posted: November 17, 2004

In a time of war and conflict, take up your saw-toothed blade and forgelock pistols. Dodge the steamjacks or control them. Lurk in the ash-covered cities or step out into the snow-covered battlefields. The Iron Kingdoms Character Guide: Full-Metal Fantasy Volume 1 is waiting.

The Very Model Of A Modern Urban Vampire

Posted: November 16, 2004

If you feel the undead have been inadequately represented in today's comics, Matchsticks #1 and Matchsticks #2 will give you more vampires than you can shake a cross at, along with assorted mysterious pasts (and futures), scantily-clad mistresses of darkness, and the odd undead assassin.

Itty Bitty Muskrat

Posted: November 15, 2004

Dork Tower readers no longer need to be satisfied with T-shirts alone for showing off their fannish devotion: walk around with the Carson the Muskrat Cloisonne Pin on your chest, or Gilly Cloisonne Pin on your bag. (Not recommended for piercings. No, really. We mean it.)

Like Mecha, But With Teeth

Posted: November 14, 2004

Dragons lurk in the realm of fantasy, mecha stride through science fiction. But why not put the two together? DragonMech lets you go stomping across the continent in tons of mystical or steam-powered metal, and The Shardsfall Quest gives you a reason to do so.

Remember

Posted: November 13, 2004

From the opening minutes of D-Day to the liberation of Paris and beyond, take command of the battles that changed the course of World War II. Memoir '44 is a board game of tactics and warfare that puts you in charge of the forces that shaped history.

Even More Magical

Posted: November 12, 2004

Fantasy Hero Grimoire II is packed full of even more spells for the Hero System than before. With ten new categories, you'll be set for anything from Arcanomancy (a rather meta magic) to Song Magic, where words really can harm you.

Knife In The Back

Posted: November 11, 2004

Gamma World isn't exactly a setting full of warm fuzzy feelings and easily trusted people. Of course, if it were, it wouldn't be so much fun. Cryptic Alliances & Unknown Enemies gives you allies, rivals, and communities that may help you or hate you. Now if you could just figure out which was which . . .

Somewhat More Deluxe Than Ever!

Posted: November 10, 2004

If you've ever found yourself trying to convince your friends to invest in Moisturized Radios, Addictive Sushi, or Mentholated Umbrellas, you've probably been playing The Big Idea. Now you can hone your marketing skills with The Big Idea: Semideluxe Edition, with new cards and an actual box.

Real Physics, No Waiting

Posted: November 09, 2004

For those who want the gritty crunch of real physics in their tactical space combat game, but don't want to take several years off to acquire a degree in astrophysics, Attack Vector: Tactical gives you amazing 3-D space combat that even elementary school kids could play.

Crank Up The Volume

Posted: November 08, 2004

The competition is fierce (and odd), and now it's back for a better, badder battle with Battle of the Bands: Encore Edition. It comes with dice! There's a card tray! Fifteen more cards means more rock 'n' roll!

Ommminous Hummmmm

Posted: November 07, 2004

Schlock never went anywhere, but if he had, he'd be back now, and he's on a Schlock T-Shirt that you really ought to buy. I mean, do you want to be the one to tell him no? Especially when he's pointing that at you.

Fuzzy, Yet Fierce

Posted: November 06, 2004

Off the Wall Armies are miniatures of a different sort, with anthropomorphic animals in classic historical military garb. The Otterman Light Cavalry Bowman and the Otterman Heavy Cavalry are the weasel-riding cavalry of the Otterman Empire.