This week, we try to figure out why a first grader knows how to lie about heroin, why Spider-Man should never drink, and which painting a robber jumped out of. Not only that, but we try out a new game, Philip sees how good he is at naming comic book mothers, and the Douchebag Editor returns to shine some truth. If you'd like to comment or contribute to the show, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also talk to us online, I'm @ChrisTheProf on twitter and Philip is @Philip_OCD. You can also follow us on facebook at facebook.com/obsessivecomicsdisorder. The background music in this episode was composed by Andrew Allen and can be found on his CD's "Free Play" and "Smooth Federation" - thanks for letting us play them on the show! Check out ocdcast.com for other great stuff, including my tabletop gaming podcast "Boards & Swords".
I'm back to a regular episode, and I have LOTS to talk about! New board games, a new RPG, and I finish off the episode by walking you through my attempt at creating a standard Magic the Gathering deck. Not to mention, we break down one of the classics of Board gaming: Cosmic Encounter!
Run for your life Candyman
Zombies!!! the card game
Board Game Breakdown
Cosmic Encounter by Fantasy Flight Games
Tried out Edge of the Empire beginner's box
Magic The Gathering
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As a big D&D fan, I've been curious as to the new Star Wars RPG system by Fantasy Flight Games and how it works. Well I finally purchased the Beginner Game box and can't wait to open it for you guys!