Chicago POC Cosplayers
May 9, 2019
Brian Woodman Jr.
This week we tackle the recently-released John Carter of Mars role-laying game from Modiphius. Check it out in all of it's landscape-printed glory.
This book was reviewed in partnership with DriveThruRPG, where you can pick up your own copy of John Carter of Mars.
Check out more of our RPG-related news:
Our weekly RPG review column!
If you're not ready to pick up the full game, check out our review of the John Carter of Mars Quickstart rules!
Our interview with Modiphius CEO Chris Birch about their Star Trek Adventures RPG!
Take a look at our review of Coriolis--another great sci-fi game published by Modiphius!
For more sci-fi, check out our review of Palladium's Splicers RPG!
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