Author Archives: Alex Hamilton
This one was an unscheduled, non-streamed recording – the first of it’s kind so far from The Blogadin – to take the place of the usual streamed variety due to Mrs. Blogadin having been rudely involved in a highway accident … Continue reading
There’s about 3,000 board gamers out in Dallas right now getting ready to put the bow on Board Game Geek Con 2014. I, unfortunately, am not one of them. Instead, I got to participate in #bggcant and enjoy some Korean … Continue reading
This week’s show featured the great Brian David-Marshall – the voice of the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour and Pro Tour Historian – to talk about his freshly-launched Kickstarter campaign for his new deckbuilding game, Emergents: Genesis. The game is … Continue reading
Today’s episode wishes all our service members out there a Happy Veterans Day, and a special thanks goes out to all my Marines out there proudly sporting the eagle, globe & anchor! On your feet when you here the hymn, … Continue reading
This episode marks the passing of the first month of our show…HUZZAH! It ran much longer than normal due to the epicly long chat with Trevor McGregor, Lead Developer (I got it right!) for My Little Pony CCG. Trevor and … Continue reading
Solid show this week backed up by a Royals win in Game 6. Here’s to hoping that they replicate those results in Game 7 and take home the trophy! Also, ownership of Mesa Comics has provided further details about their … Continue reading
A funny thing happened on the way to the recording of the 10/21/2014 webcast – it broke. Badly. Click on through for the not-so-show notes and an explanation of what you heard.
October marked the first month I received my loot subscription from LootCrate, and in keeping with Halloween, the theme of the month was “Fear”. Click on through to find out what was hidden inside this ebony gem!
This one was a little rough due to the late-breaking developments on the #gamergate/Anita Sarkeesian story, but I felt like those developments needed to be included to give as compete a view as possible about just how bad things have … Continue reading