The Best Toys of the Week Need Guns, Lots of Guns

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Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular roundup of all things good and merchandisable, as seen on the internet lately. This week: some adorable Dungeons & Dragons figures; John Wick, his alarmingly robust arsenal, and (of course) his dog; Captain America with some spoiler-ific Endgame accessories; and more!

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The Riverdale Finale Spoiler Q&A: What The Hell Just Happened?

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Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, anyone and everyone: Let me officially welcome you to the great town of Riverdale, where we just got the exposition-dumping, poison-wielding mother of all season finales. Death cults, serial killers, organ harvesting, Archiebowl! If you’re still struggling to figure out what the…

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OK, But Do Dragons Ever Run Out of Fire?

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Game of Thrones has clearly lost its own thread, and I can’t help but feel held captive by the eight years I’ve already sunk into this series as I begrudgingly plod through its mercifully short final season. And yet, something wonderful happened in the midst of last week’s episode—“The Bells”—that I’ve been unable to…

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This Exclusive Clip From the Dungeons & Dragons Art Documentary Features Jeff Easley’s Dragon Skills

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Dungeons & Dragons may be a tabletop roleplaying game where much of the story and its world take place in your mind, but the series wouldn’t be what it is today without the artwork. There’s why there’s Eye of the Beholder: The Art of Dungeons & Dragons, a documentary dedicated to the artists who helped bring the game…

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How to Play an RPG Anywhere, Any Time

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I used to play in the same Dungeons & Dragons campaign every week. Now my friends and I struggle to arrange a play session every few months. At one point I tried to make it work with another group. We made a six-month Doodle calendar to find one date we could meet. We got together, discussed character creation, and…

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