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IDW Games, which has already announced big-box games based on 30 Days of Night and Kill Shakespeare, will expand its lineup in July with the release of The X-Files.
Designed by Kevin Wilson (Arkham Horror), with art direction and box art by menton3 (The X-Files: Season 10) the board game will draw heavily from the first three season of Chris Carter’s television series.
According to a press release, it’s designed for a playtime of between 60 and 90 minutes, with two to five players facing off against another, who will control the Smoking Man and the nefarious Syndicate.
IDW Publishing, which publishes The X-Files: Season 10, a canonical continuation of the television series “executive produced” by Carter, formed IDW Games in October through a partnership with Pandasaurus Games.
“To me, there’s no more exciting title than The X-Files,” Jerry Bennington, IDW’s director of new business, said in a statement. “Who wouldn’t want the chance to play as the wise-cracking Fox Mulder or the incredibly intelligent Dana Scully? And what show created more classic villains than The X-Files?”
A limited edition of the Artist’s Edition: Best of EC Covers Portfolio, two new Locke & Key pewter replicas and a glitter variant for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic #9 are among the highlights of IDW Publishing’s exclusive merchandise for Comic-Con International.
All of the convention-exclusive items will be available at the publisher’s booth, along with limited advance copies of the highly anticipated Superman: The Silver Age Newspaper Dailies, Vol. 1, and Berkeleyworks: The Art of Berkeley Breathed: From Bloom County and Beyond.
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Welcome to the first “Report Card,” a new feature we plan to run every weekend. If “Cheat Sheet” is your guide to the week ahead, “Report Card” is a look back at the week in review. It will include an overview of top news stories you might have missed, as well as a look at the Robot 6 team’s favorite comics that we read this week.
So read on to find out what we thought of Batwoman #21, X-Files: Season 10 #1, Becky Cloonan’s Demeter and much more.
Welcome to “Cheat Sheet,” ROBOT 6′s guide to the week ahead. Now that everyone is coming down from the high (or the low, depending upon your opinion) of Man of Steel‘s $125.1 million opening weekend, it’s time to settle back in for some actual comic books. And this week, there are plenty to recommend, from new-series debuts like Brother Lono and The X-Files Season 10 to original graphic novels like Paul Joins the Scouts and Primates.
But that’s not all, as this weekend also brings the fifth annual Kids Read Comics convention …