The X-Files: Year Zero, Issue #2, once again delivers brilliantly, artfully merging both stories and timelines into a cohesive whole. Karl Kesel nails Mulder and Scully’s voices, and in the process, continues to make me fall in love with Agent Bing Ellison and the unfortunately named Humility Ohio. After reading this issue, I can’t wait to see what’s next for the dynamic duos and how it all leads to the creation of “The X-Files”. If you pick up just one comic series this year, I’d recommend Year Zero.
Hit the jump for the spoiler-filled review below.
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The X-Files board game still doesn’t hit stores until next month, but we have another preview for you! Check out the latest Syndicate cards from IDW Games. Now’s the time to start organizing your fellow Philes for a board game night. Until then though, stay tuned here and on Facebook for the next previews. We can’t wait to show you more!
The X-Files: Season 10, #15 is out today and with it our newest review. I found this last issue of the multi-parter very satisfying. Even though the content is cryptic at times and I could have used a couple more pages to elaborate further on the nature and consequences of the new advances of the story, Joe Harris delivered an issue that was filled to the brim with intrigue and builds upon the mythology being developed for Season 10.
As I’ve said in the past, this is not a series that is looking to wrap up story lines right away, and I’m looking forward to the next mythology issues coming up soon.
For the spoiler filled synopsis and more considerations, click on “Read More”.
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Gen Con is happening this week, and with it many treats of every kind.
One of them is a live demonstration of the new X-Files board game to come out in September. If you won’t be in attendance, you can also check out the live stream of the game by logging on BoardGameGeek. They will be running a live stream of the event. The X-Files is scheduled for Friday 15th at 3:15pm EST. You will be able to chek out the feed on their home page.
For a full schedule and to track it just in case there are any changes in the event, go to the BoardGameGeek forums for a detailed line up and further instructions. As usual, we’ll be releasing another sneak peek of the gaming cards on Friday as well. Hope you check it out!
The folks over at IDW Games are hard at work on the new X-Files board game, and we have the latest preview for you to check out. But if you’re not up to date on the game, here’s what you need to know from the IDW Games panel at San Diego Comic Con:
- Currently slated to be released in September
- Gameplay allows 2-5 players
- The Mulder and Scully players have powers that compliment each other
- Scully’s power is Skeptic, allows her to gather extra evidence
- Mulder’s power is Believer
- Skinner is more of an influencer
- CSM tries to cause problems across the board
- Alex Krycek is a (helpful) jerk
- Appearances from major villians from seasons 1-3
- The expansion pack will be released 5 months after initial release
- Flukeman will be a big part of that expansion
Below are the latest Syndicate cards. You can also check out more cards and photos in our Facebook album of the game. We will continue posting new previews of the game up to its release, so stay tuned!
I know, I know… I’m about a month late on this review… blame it on SDCC hangover. I was not shying away from reviewing this issue, believe me, I was actually very keen to do it because it provoked quite an interesting reaction from parts of the fandom since the previews came through the grapevine.
I’m excited to address some, if not all, of the talked about topics, but first, on to the basics. A spoiler-filled review and further opinions after the jump.
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