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Steamforged Games, leading UK tabletop games developer and publisher (Monster Hunter World: The Board Game, DARK SOULS: The Board Game , Horizon Zero Dawn: The Board Game , Bardsung , Epic Encounters , and more) announce acquisition of the Euthia IP and a partnership with Czech studio, Diea Games, to resurrect the Euthia board game crowdfunding campaign that was cancelled in May  this year after raising over half a million dollars in just two days.  Euthia, rated 8.8 on BoardGameGeek and currently out-of-print, is an open-world fantasy sandbox RPG board game that initially ran on Kickstarter in 2020 and was well-received by the public. Described as Diablo-esque by reviewers, the game can be played competitively, solo, or cooperatively. News of the cancellation of the second crowdfunding campaign was felt throughout the tabletop community. With Steamforged's support, Diea Games are now able to realise their dream of becoming a full-time development studio and can continue their w

The Indigo Tribe Reviews @DCComics Larfleeze #4


Here is today's Guest Review by LiquidCross from The Indigo Tribe for DC's Larfleeze #4. I have also added my rating after each review. If you have any questions about my rating or want to discuss anything just leave me a comment.


See the Review Rating Overview page for more information on how I rate each comic.


Larfleeze #4 - Revolt of the Orange Lanterns


No longer an army of one, the Orange Lantern Corps declares war on Larfleeze! But the greedy Agent Orange won’t let his possessions go easily! “Revolt of The Orange Lanterns” begins here!


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Orange Lanterns


While the Wanderer brings Stargrave to visit her morbid sister Dyrge of All Sorrows, Larfleeze has his hands full fighting off his resurrected Orange Lantern Corps. He’s furious, and still can’t understand why he can’t control them. His former Corps are understandably more furious, since he killed and enslaved them in the first place. Larfleeze proves just how powerful he truly is with impressive constructs and blasts of energy, but at the end of the day, he is only one and the Corps are many. He’s knocked out of commission, and the Corps argue over who gets to strike the final blow. They soon realize that Larfleeze is a living power battery, and they need him alive in order to stay recharged themselves. So, they tie Larfleeze up with chain constructs, and plan to start their new lives with their captive power source in tow.

Surprisingly enough, we got another decent issue of Larfleeze! The battle amongst the Orange Lanterns was well-choreographed, and I liked that it was structured in such a way that at any given moment, either side could triumph. The tension was kept up through the entire issue, making it a fun read. There was far less comedy than in previous issues, and that’s actually to the book’s credit.

That Tyler Kirkham cover looks badass. Perhaps the powers-that-be could convince him to pencil a fill-in issue or two? No offense meant to Scott Kolins, of course; his interiors still look great, and the beatdown between Larfleeze and his Corps looked intense in every panel.

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Cover & Solicit - 4/5
Art, Colors & Inking - 3/5
Layout & Flow - 3/5
Story - 4/5
Verdict - 3.6 (7/10) - 
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