The elevator pitch for "Night’s Black Agents" is to imagine Jason Borne meets vampires.
Rage against the dying of the light
Wraith: The Oblivion is that game about ghosts. More so than other games, Wraith: The Oblivion is a game about death and dealing with death. The game did not enjoy the popularity of the other White Wolf lines. But it did enjoy enough support that a Kickstarter for a lavish 20th-anniversary edition succeeded. Exploring the Wraith: The Oblivion is like looking into Nietzsche's abyss. But among other things, I am the kind of man who will toss a lit flashlight into the abyss to get a better look.
The bitter bite of “Winter’s Teeth”
Greetings to my listeners from the Waffle House located atop Galtier Tower. After a long pause, I am back to making grumpy reviews. This time I am reviewing the comic book series titled "Winter's Teeth." "Winter's Teeth" is a comic book series about vampires. Specifically, it is about bloodsuckers in the Vampire the Masquerade setting. It hit the stands in 2020 and is from Vault Comics.