Rob Liefeld’s MAUS

Anyone play Betrayal at House on the Hill? Well, the game is full of little cardboard chits and tokens for a nermuous amout of creatures and characters. I recently accuired a 500 piece collection of HorrorClix and I’ve decided to chop them off their bases and glue them to standard bases to use in Betrayal at House on the Hill

in place of the cardboard tokens. Pimpin it up!

Epic set up

New dice for Runebound.


Tales from the Crypt, 1964.


The Devil’s Generation.

Minas Morgul

(via evil-cunt-eater)