The plot thickens as the team heads to the great wall of china to investigate the remaining wonders of the world before they are lost to history forever! There they come face to face with the dastardly villain behind this plot, but is she friend or foe?
This week James and the board of the Chicago Loot Drop charity play the beta edition of Time Watch!
James discusses the art of voicing characters. This episode has improv techniques for developing character voices, advice on how to fudge certain voices you can’t do, and the secret to good voice work.
The royal hijinks continue as the princesses discover the gates to the lost castle in the kingdom of adventure. What sort of horrors await them inside? Skeltons? Litches? BOYS!?
This week James, Kat Murphy, Courtney Crary, and Justine Kruger embrace their inner ten year old girl to play Princesses and Palaces. Created by two parents to introduce role playing to their daughter P&P combines high adventure with girlish fun.
This week James invited Alex Manich, Maggie Dempsey, and special guest cartoonist Kevin Budnik over to play Gangland. This game is special to James because he designed it. As you can imagine, being a James D’Amato system, it is gloriously dumb.
The Otherworld Theater Company is back! Captain Sheniqua Andromeda, sexy Space Doctor James Ambros III, and Bio-droid companion B.E.N.N.U. 4208 must investigate a quantum tunnel in order to save the galaxy from space zombies.
This week James is Joined by members of Chicago’s Otherworld Theater company for some high melodrama space adventure run in the truly delightful, Lasers and Feelings.
Batman, Indiana Jones, James Bond, Tom Riddle, and The Doctor chase down the mysterious doctor Faust to recover the necromonicon. Their chase leads them to a conspiracy that could end up threatening the world, space time, and most importantly, AMERICA.
In order to support our boys fighting over seas Wayne Industries has organized a charity auction to raise money for war bonds. The auction will rent antiquities from the Wayne private collection, as well as a few on loan from the nearby Miskatonic University.