This adventure radiates pulp adventure horror so much you could almost whip it. Zeke told me a little about this adventure before he sent it to me to review, but I had no idea I would be diving into the literal morass and swamp that makes up Greenhouse of Nightmares. With a title to make a 1970s/80s sci-fi B-movie cringe, this adventure is absolutely fantastic and shlocky: from the medusa-lich boss, the three-stage boss fight mechanics that feel pulled from any old Super Nintendo game, and the Adventure! font all wraps it up in one beautiful package. The actual adventure itself is high risk, high reward, and all behind a sepia filter.
My only major critique would be that I think the pictures in a couple spots are really pixelly, but also I feel like it could use some more original art to really make it pop and have that B-movie flair. Otherwise, a really awesome adventure that is perfect for any group looking for a ridiculously fun time.
Comics, Clerics, & Controllers d20 Roll: 16