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Keith Hendricks (@K4comicbook) has been playing board games since he was a boy. While he played nothing but RPGs on the tabletop from 1983 to 1997, these days the game he plays the most is Settlers of Catan and its expansions, though he freely admits that his favorite games are 7 Wonders, Splendor, Castles of Mad King Ludwig, Puerto Rico, and Broom Service. Keith also occasionally plays vintage Snoopy and DC Comics themed board and card games, to satisfy nostalgic, as opposed to strategic, thinking. When not playing board games, Keith is probably writing, reading comics, or watching the too many TV shows that he’s trying to cut down to make more room for writing, playing board games, and reading comics. You can find his other reviews and articles on NerdSpan, where he is the Comics News Editor.