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Midwest City’s Warlord Games Con hopes to introduce new players to the tabletop gaming world

Midwest City’s Warlord Games Con hopes to introduce new players to the tabletop gaming world

English company Warlord Games makes miniatures based on historic and fictitious battles and wars.

A boy stands with magic wand in the library by the bookshelves with many old books. Fairy tales. Vintage style.

Pottermania comes alive at Aug. 21 celebration in OKC

“We’re working on our butterbeer recipe, and since our shop used to be a house with a backyard, we’re working on hosting some Quidditch there.”

Doctor Who: The Robots of Death

Then portrayed by Tom Baker and his giant, 1977-friendly ’fro, the good Doctor and his pretty yet primitive companion, Leela (Louise Jameson), are stuck in a “metal world” in outer space until they can find their beloved TARDIS, which has gone missing. (For show virgins — or near-virgins like me — that’s the iconic time-traveling

The Feathered Serpent: Complete Series

Something about their video-shot look felt alien; I even found that damned Thames logo animation unnerving. This may explain my lifelong allergy to Benny Hill. But there’s no explaining “The Feathered Serpent,” a 1976 series that was over and done with in a dozen half hours. Whether you saw it then or are experiencing it

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