3 Things to Know About Before the Release of Journeys through the Radiant Citadel

3 Things to Know About Before the Release of Journeys through the Radiant Citadel

Dungeons & Dragons’ upcoming release Journeys through the Radiant Citadel focuses on a plane of existence that hasn’t been explored in fifth edition. The last published sourcebook on the subject was released as an accessory to the Planescape setting back in 1998 with rules from second edition AD&D, so it’s exciting to explore a plane that players haven’t seen much of.

4 Essential Doctor Doom Stories

4 Essential Doctor Doom Stories

Victor Von Doom is one of the smartest characters in the Marvel universe, a master sorcerer, the monarch of the fictional nation of Latveria, and one of the greatest supervillains ever created. He uses his egotistical tendencies and brilliant scientific mind in his plans to gain more power and protect his people. He’s the Fantastic Four’s archnemesis but has made himself an enemy of many other heroes, including Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Avengers, Silver Surfer, and many more. Readers love to hate him and have been for the past 60 years. As a part of Coliseum of Comics’ Road to Stan Lee’s 100, let’s take a look at some of the best storylines of the greatest villain that Jack Kirby and Stan Lee have created.

Previews Sneak Peek: April

Previews Sneak Peek: April

Keeping up with the newest and hottest comics that hit the shelf is a tough task to take on, but comic readers do it anyways. Always chasing after that next great storyline or the next piece of fantastic cover or interior art that will look great on their wall or fit right in with the other issues in their short boxes. That love for art and literacy endures! But, there’s a better way to stay in the know than keeping an eagle on news articles or just stopping in at your local comic shop every Wednesday to find out what the latest upcoming releases are. 

4 Comics to Read After Watching The Batman

4 Comics to Read After Watching The Batman

The latest installment to the DC movie catalog has proven to be as divisive as every film that has come before it. Fans seem to either love or hate it for multitudes of reasons. Regardless of personal feelings on the movie, it has reignited a flame that has never really died out (especially if you look at the titles that stock the DC shelf at your local comic store). Batmania is as fervent as ever thanks to The Batman.

Previews Sneak Peek: March

Previews Sneak Peek: March

Keeping up with the newest and hottest comics that hit the shelf is a tough task to take on, but comic readers do it anyways. Always chasing after that next great storyline or the next piece of fantastic cover or interior art that will look great on their wall or fit right in with the other issues in their short boxes. That love for art and literacy endures! But, there’s a better way to stay in the know than keeping an eagle on news articles or just stopping in at your local comic shop every Wednesday to find out what the latest upcoming releases are. 

3 Things to Likely Expect From D&D 5.5E

3 Things to Likely Expect From D&D 5.5E

Back in October, Wizards of the Coast (WotC) teased the next evolution of Dungeons and Dragons would make its debut in the coming years. This both caused quite a stir and didn’t change much at all at the same time. It’s a consensus among everyone, and all but confirmed by those at WotC, that this new iteration of the game won’t be dubbed 6th edition.

A Look at Last Week: Monkey Prince #1

A Look at Last Week: Monkey Prince #1

The concept: a high schooler trying to adjust to a new city and navigate the obstacles that every teenager faces learns that he’s the son of the Monkey King.

Board Game Breakdown: Between Two Cities

Board Game Breakdown: Between Two Cities

Between Two Cities is a tile-drafting game that was published in 2015 by Stonemaier Games. Yes, it was published almost seven years ago. But, that doesn’t stop it from being an interesting collaborative and competitive game that deserves some recognition. The game’s premise is that you and the people sitting to your right and left are building cities in the golden age of the Industrial Revolution when urbanization and construction were rampant. The person who builds the best city wins the game.

A Look at Last Week: We Ride Titans #1

A Look at Last Week: We Ride Titans #1

Giant robots fighting giant monsters. It’s a formula that often leads to success. Though much of that success has been found in Japanese media. Anime, such as Gundam and Evangelion, feature mechas that have become iconic in pop culture throughout the world. Kaijus, aka giant monsters, have also seen their fair share of love on screen with dozens of Godzilla movies that have a cult-like following.

7 Board Games to Check Out in 2022

7 Board Games to Check Out in 2022

If you’ve been in the board game section of your local game store recently, you know that the options seem endless. The shelves are stacked with games of all sorts. There really is something out there for everyone, but finding that something can seem extremely overwhelming thanks to the multitude of choices at your fingertips. To help cut down on the stress, here are the most popular board games from last year that you should check out in the new year.

Coliseum’s Top 5 Reads of 2021

Coliseum’s Top 5 Reads of 2021

Superheroes, fantasy, and manga took over the world this last year. Manga broke records this year with their sales in the industry with titles like My Hero Academia and anything with Junji Ito’s name on it leading the pack. The surge in subversive superhero shows have also guided fans’ reading habits as well as the increasing popularity of Dungeons & Dragons. And, those at your local comic shop have noticed the trends. Here are Coliseum’s top-selling graphic novels and trade paperbacks:

What We Know About Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty So Far

What We Know About Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty So Far

Magic the Gathering has a stacked lineup of releases slated for the new year. One of the first is called Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty. The set in its essence combines the new and the old in bright splashes of color inspired by many facets of Japanese culture. It’s set that Magic the Gathering players are excited for based on aesthetics alone. There are other players who are skeptical as the previous Kamigawa block was widely regarded as less than good. So will this set prove to be a disappointment or will Wizards of the Coast bring the old into the distant future successfully? Let’s take a look.