Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. #44 Heavy Is The Head

The @LegendsOfShield (Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D.) Agents Lauren, Haley and Stargate Pioneer are back in the grove with Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. and all of its twists and turns and they discuss the second season two episodes Heavy Is The Head! They also run down the weekly Marvel news and run down all the awesome Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. feedback..

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@MrParacletes  Sep 25

@LegendsofSHIELD @sithwitch @AwsmEngrGrl @StargatePioneer @AgentsofSHIELD XFT-5200 may be Civil War Quinjet model reference #IfFriendIsRight


@andiminga  Sep 26

@LegendsofSHIELD Finally watched the season premiere and recognized the Nazi officer from #Dollhouse. But only at the end. #AgentsofSHIELD


@The_Operator01  Sep 29

A lot of people DVR #AgentsofSHIELD apparently … @LegendsofSHIELD @gonnageek


@andiminga  Sep 29

@LegendsofSHIELD “something to secure”, “do you understand”, “haven’t you heard”, “schnell”, “Idioten”, “or shoot you [gibberisch]”~


@andiminga  Sep 29

 @LegendsofSHIELD “do it fast”,…wasn’t that clear to understand it in the opening scene. Couldn’t that had done a zoom in a la Red October?


@sithwitch  2d2 days ago

FYI @LegendsofSHIELD listeners (& cohosts): I have a cold or something and may still sound like Dr. Mrs. The Monarch this week.


@StephenJondrew  1d1 day ago

Listening to the latest @LegendsofSHIELD while mowing my lawn. Life is good. #AgentsOfShield #Marvel #Geek #podcast


@LilTooClinical  10h10 hours ago

Name dropped on @LegendsofSHIELD! I love you guys!


@LilTooClinical  10h10 hours ago

My son saw Creel become wood on #AgentsofSHIELD the other night and yelled, “Groot!!” @LegendsofSHIELD.


@LilTooClinical  6h6 hours ago

.@LegendsofSHIELD I read once that Marvel was dealing with a lawsuit from Disney over Howard’s appearance when “HtD” was in dev too.


@LilTooClinical  6h6 hours ago

.@LegendsofSHIELD Which I heard was also responsible for some of the issues with the film. #HowardTheDuck





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Wednesday’s Webcomic: Servants of the Imperium


Things take a personal turn today, as I bring to you the webcomic Servants of the ImperiumThe comic, I believe, is heavily reminiscent in humor and art to the epic The Order of the Stick, but distinguishes itself by being set in the Warhammer 40K universe created by Games Workshop. I will confess right here, to not originally having little love of the 40K universe. I had always found it a depressing, heinously violent, and overly testosterone-driven setting with overpriced miniatures and an antisocial, unpleasant fandom. Not very open-minded of me, I realize, but nothing about the single minded Space Marines of the miniature game really caught my interest. Then I fell in love with a man who was not only obsessed with tabletop gaming of all kinds but had many boxes of  lovingly assembled Space Marines, volumes of the “Black Library,” played the RPGs with his friends, and thanked/blamed-it-on the Pestilence God Nurgle when he got sick.  Since this man also tried knitting, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and Jane Austen for me I made an effort to see the good side of life in the 41st Millenium. This story really helped me get there.

I will stress I wasn’t  a complete novice in 40K terminology when I started reading the comic, but I feel a novice with familiarity of science fiction can enjoy and embrace the setting. It starts out with a few one-shot gags in black-and-white but quickly becomes a longer story in full color. The art style is in simple but expressive stick figures. The story follows Lord Severus Hunt, an Inquisitor devoted to hunting down the heretics against the God-Emperor in the Imperium of Mankind 39 millenia into the future.  His (mis)adventures protecting the galaxy from the forces of evil are accompanied by a growing roster of acolytes, including the trigger happy, oddly chipper bounty hunter Krin, the socially backward and deadly assassin Brianna, and a sarcastic Psyker with a penchant for exploding heads named Lyle. As the plot develops, it is not only darkly humorous, but takes a few nods from the grand adventure stories such as Treasure Island. There’s action, treasure, treachery, intrigue, monsters, romance, and lots of comedy! The comic really showed me what is human about the grim and dark setting that is the 40K universe.

The author, Rob Leigh, pulls a lot from his experience as a GM from the 40K series of Roleplaying books from Fantasy Flight,  especially the Dark Heresy series. There was a longer hiatus earlier this year while he was a bit burned out by his surprising success, but I am happy to say that the comic is once again in full swing. He also reviews 40K roleplaying books in the website’s blog section, but does not seem to have any other projects online.

Stumbling on this comic really showed me coolness and charm of the 40K universe; the hard scrabble for survival, the strangeness and similarities of the culture, and the glimmers of humanity in the vast, cold horrors of space. I was able to go from here to the Roleplaying books, then to fluff of the actual miniatures game. I can finally wrap my head around the motivations of the Space Marines, and even recently latched onto a chapter to call my own, the Blood Ravens. Maybe my sweetheart will even talk me into painting some miniatures….

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This is a comedy set in the grimmest setting western literature has ever created. I don’t know how he pulls it off.