Steve: So wait a second, maybe I had my science fiction movies all wrong. This is like Avatar, only the humans are Nightlords and the Navi are humans.
Zack: Whatever comparison you want to make, it's all just a bunch of stick-figure war and skull doodles in the margins of Kevin Siembieda's math homework.
Steve: This isn't even written by Kevin Siembieda.
Zack: Senior Editor: Kevin Siembieda. Do I need to remind you how he "collaborates" with other writers by wearing them like a pair of mittens? The last 50 pages of this book are straight out of Heroes Unlimited. Word-for-word.
Steve: That's all the modern equipment stuff, they don't need to come up with a new one for every book.
Zack: You're falling into his trap, Steve! You're accepting that this giant catalog of guns and radios and police uniforms should be in the book at all. They might as well include a dictionary and a road atlas. Nobody needs five different assault rifles that each have identical statistics.Steve: Tell that to the NRA.
He has unlocked the secrets of the universe and seen beyond the mortal plane, yet Doctor Strange can't believe how easy it is to eat an olive.
You can realize that you’ve wasted the last few moments of youth at an occupation you hate or fool yourself into a numb compliance with one of these great excuses.
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.