Starting today, we will start revealing the artwork and cards for Hunt Master. Look for a new image every couple of days, leading up to our Kickstarter on Oct. 16th. Also, T-shirts featuring the artwork of Elf were available for a limited time. (Sorry, but the sale has ended.)
July 17th, 2017:
“THE PROTOTYPE ARRIVED! Last Friday, I restlessly watched the online tracking information until I saw that my package had finally arrived at my home. My wonderful wife swiftly transported the precious cargo to me at The Comic Monstore, where we marveled at the two copies of the game (one for me and one for Elf). ‘IT’S ALIVE! IT’S ALIVE!’ Yeah, I guess I felt a little like Dr. Frankenstein watching his creation come to life. Overall, I am very pleased with Game Crafter‘s work, but I realized that some of the cards printed a bit darker than I’d like. I can fix that, though.
What’s the next step? Well, I’m kinda figuring things out as I go because I’ve never published a game before. I have found the articles by James Mathe, an entrepreneur, game designer, and publisher, to be very helpful. After making some minor adjustments, I plan to print a few more copies of the game with Game Crafter. I will send those out to reviewers and visit my gaming distributors. I’m hoping that being a customer for 14 years will help me get a foot in the door with distribution. A Kickstarter campaign is also on the agenda.
I would like to give a huge “THANK YOU” to my friends that have been supportive of this project. Some of you have even mentioned wanting one of the prototypes. Sorry, there are only two of those. However, it is possible for me to order a few extra copies from Game Crafter when I place the order for the reviewers. Unfortunately, printing with Game Crafter (an American, print on demand company) is a little more pricey than printing a large print run in China. Soon, I will make an announcement about how YOU can get a very limited First Printing, American made, personalized copy of the game months before it’s official release.
– Ray Franks
Taking the “bored” out of board game. Join us on Saturday, May 27th, from 6pm until 1am (or later). We’ll have plenty of board games, card games, and video games to play, but feel free to bring your own. We encourage you to bring some snacks and drinks to share with others.
For each of our scheduled Magic: The Gathering events in January, we will keep track of Match Points. At the end of the month, the player with the most points will win a $100 gift certificate to spend at The Comic Monstore.
UPDATE – Congratulations to BRANDON TURNER for winning our January Tournament Series.
We recommend that you click on the Previews logo to see all the new comics, toys and other goodies that will be shipping from Diamond Comics. Feel free to let us know if there are any items that you would like to special order. We will do our best to help you out.
We are working on our online store through Square. It’s a work in progress. Because of our large inventory, we’ll be adding to it often throughout the year. Eventually, we’ll add shipping options, but at least it will give you an idea of the wide variety of merchandise you will find at The Comic Monstore.
Comic Monstore online store (Square)
Also, we are often adding new items to our Ebay Store. Check it out!
Comic Monstore Ebay Store
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We also host a few gaming groups. Feel free to join any that interest you.
Magic: The Gathering
Star Wars: X-wing
New comic books arrive every Wednesday. Are there certain monthly titles that you want to follow? Start a Subscription Box and we’ll hold those books as they arrive. There’s no money up front. We just ask that you stop by, at least, once per month and purchase your books. If you subscribe to 5 titles or more, you’ll receive a 10% discount on all new comics. Below are PDF files of our subscription form (front & back). Feel free to print them, fill them out and bring them to the store, or just stop by the store for a copy.
Reserve Form 2015 copy
Reserve Form Back 2015 copy
Do you have some old, dusty comics or toys stuffed away in a closet somewhere? Bring them in and you may be surprised to learn that some of those forgotten items could actually be worth something.