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Henderson's classless Unifor comments

Re: Bad timing for Chiodo to rain on city’s parade, column by Gord Henderson, May 14.

The Windsor Star has produced some class act reporters over the years. 203 more words


The Discount Hitman

Back in 2010 and 2011, my friend Andy Porwitzky and I collaborated on a short-lived series of one-shot webcomics called Awesome Adventures Comics. These comics have recently been recovered, and I intend to post them here over the next few weeks. 40 more words

Short Stories

Pathfinder: Origins #2

With Valeros having told his story in the previous issue, Pathfinder #2 brings us Kyra’s tale. Valeros interrupts the issue by expressing his concern that this is going to be a preachy religious screed. 37 more words


These 9 Fairy Tales are Darker Than You Think

Certain fairy tales have become so burned into our popular culture that it seems like kids are born already knowing how they end. However, relatively few people know how some of our most popular children’s stories actually go. 221 more words


A Burning World: Remembering Dark Sun

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Dungeons & Dragons had a pretty set flavor. Sure, there were variances between published settings such as the Known World, Greyhawk, Dragonlance, and the Forgotten Realms, but they were all variations on a Tolkienesque fantasy world where elves lived in forests, dragons sat on piles of gold, and halflings didn’t eat people. 20 more words


What are we Saying when we Call a Dad a Babysitter?

Some time ago, Al Ferguson of The Dad Network posted a picture of himself wearing a t-shirt that read, “Dads don’t babysit. (It’s called “parenting”)” This being the Internet, it has since resurfaced and… 181 more words


Dungeons & Dragons: Shadows of the Vampire #1 Review

If you’re like me and think that the Dungeons & Dragons comic Legends of Baldur’s Gateended its five-issue run far too early, I have good news – Minsc and company are back for more heroing!

Read more at Sidekickcast.com!