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This a very entertaining and enjoyable book. The author weaves together elements from the original five films, the comics, the animated and live action TV series, material that was proposed but unused in the original films, and even themes from the new movies, and creates a novel that compliments and deepens our understanding of the … Continue reading Harold W on Death of the Planet of the Apes

Harold W on Death of the Planet of the Apes

Drew Gaska has done it again! I was first introduced to Mr. Gaska’s work through his “Conspiracy of the Planet of the Apes” novella beautifully illustrated by Matt Busch and published by Archaia in 2011. That novella told the events of the first Apes movie from the point of view of different characters having “off … Continue reading Beowulf on Death of the Planet of the Apes

Beowulf on Death of the Planet of the Apes

As a POTA superFan, I really enjoyed this novel perhaps even more than Mr. Gaska’s previous work, Conspiracy on the Planet of the Apes. While both are fun reads, the lower price point and paperback format really helped this time around. The novel does a great job of filling in the gaps in the original … Continue reading Anonymous review on Death of the Planet of the Apes

Anonymous review on Death of the Planet of the Apes

A quick and interesting read that fills in many of the “missing” pieces of the classic “Apes” saga. He works in elements from the movies, the TV series, the old “Marvel” magazine/comic and even a nod to the reboot movies (Apes together strong ). The pieces manage to fit well, although the mutant – creature … Continue reading Jedibear on Death of the Planet of the Apes

Jedibear on Death of the Planet of the Apes

Dying Breath: 5.0 out of 5Who would have thought a horror nut like me would fall in love with a Sci-Fi book like you? Critical Millennium is easily in this reviewer’s top 5 OGN’s/Trades of 2011. The artwork is nothing short of GORE-Geous on every single page. I talked about the panels in previous reviews, … Continue reading Dan Royer

Dan Royer

Carl takes a detour into the mythology of The Planet of the Apes to uncover the final days of Charlton Heston’s Taylor in Andrew E. C Gaska’s novelisation… The first two Planet Of The Apes films suited each other perfectly. The classic original was followed by a 90-minute sequel. Whereas the first film is regarded as an … Continue reading Carl, Future of the Force

Carl, Future of the Force

Chariot of the Gods – Alien RPG by Free League

  • Alien RPG by Free League – Cinematic Starter: Chariot of the Gods Session 01 by Idle Red Hands
  • Alien RPG by Free League – Cinematic Starter: Chariot of the Gods Session 02 by Idle Red Hands
  • Alien RPG by Free League – Cinematic Starter: Chariot of the Gods Session 03 by Idle Red Hands
  • Alien RPG by Free League – Cinematic Starter: Chariot of the Gods 04 Final Session by Idle Red Hands
  • 086: “Crisis Pancake” [Chariot of the Gods 04] by Maximum Pew Pew
  • 084: “Do You Have a Get Paid Skill?” [Chariot of the Gods 03] by Maximum Pew Pew
  • 080: “The Start of a Good Day” [Chariot of the Gods 01] by Maximum Pew Pew
  • 094: “Don’t Pulse Assault Me” [Chariot of the Gods 08 / FINAL] by Maximum Pew Pew
  • 082: “A Hangover They Didn’t Deserve” [Chariot of the Gods 02] by Maximum Pew
  • 090: “Not How Arms Work” [Chariot of the Gods 06] by Maximum Pew Pew
  • (Alien RPG – Free League) Chariot of the Gods Episode 1: Under Contract by TalesFromTheGrim