For the past year I’ve been working on designing board games, about 5 in total or more now, but still NONE of them are complete. One of my first projects was to create custom cards for the DC Deck Building Game, which I also ended up creating whole new mechanics to make it more of a dueling game, and an expanded version that changes almost everything making it into more of a board game. To make sure that track record continues, I’m going to start another game project ha ha. This one is to create a Disney version of Legendary by Upper Deck (Marvel Legendary specifically). This one will more likely be completed since it’s a cooperative effort with my partner Jaysen Headley who is super passionate about this, board games and all things Disney. I love collaborating. Also, Jaysen will be using his blog to keep us accountable. Here’s Jaysen’s blog post explaining a lot of it.
Hello all and welcome back!
The time has finally come to unveil a new project that I will be working on with my partner Carl Li. I’m sure that this is nowhere near what any of you thought it would be, and that is my favorite thing about it. I’m going to start off with a little bit of a story and then I’ll explain the project itself and how it will fit into the contents of this blog. But first, a disclaimer.
This Project will not be sold or distributed.
While the ideas and experiences are mine, the characters and properties involved in this project are owned by Disney and Marvel and I do not claim to own them in any way shape or form.
It’s important to me that we get that out of the way right off the bat, because in telling my friends about this project…
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UPDATE: [January 19, 2016]
One of our first reviews for ‘A Home For Wizards’ is up now by Whatchareading.com’s Steven Biscotti!
Wow, 5 out of 5!!!
Click HERE to read.
UPDATE: [January23, 2016]
OFFICIAL LAUNCH EVENT SNOW UPDATE:
POSTPONED 1 DAY! SUNDAY, JANUARY 24th, 2016!
SAME TIME, SAME PLACE! *see below
This week I’m talking out of my ass about Lady and the Tramp. I saw this when I was really little. I think I actually saw it projected from a projector.
Vault Disney #15: Lady and the Tramp
The following are notes as I barely watched the film, and now adding in some annotations. Missing the of whole point watching it YAY! This in a way is an exercise in writing. Bad writing, or just writing for the sake of writing for yourself without being judgmental. If you actually want a post about this film that’s constructed with thought and provides a review of value (here’s that self-judgement), you should read Jaysen Headley’s post on Lady and the Tramp! Continue reading Lady and the Tramp [Jaysen Headley’s Vault Disney #15 Companion]