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I’m Very Concerned About My Luggage

Part 1 in a 8 Part Miniseries Scary Larry’s House Of Universal Horror   The Jo(h)ns and The Manster welcome America’s Sweetheart Larry Dwyer back to the show, this time to talk all about a certain 1931 vampire classic…Dracula! A historical film gets it’s respect from the guys but also elicits plenty of laughter. Is Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – THE DIVISION 2 CLOSED BETA

When Tom Clancy’s The Division launched back in 2016, suffice it to say I was hyped, I love RPG’s and “Looter Shooters” above all else, and The Division held the promise of both. Unfortunately what I installed on launch day was a shell of what I was led to believe the game would be. While Read More

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G.I. Joe: Sierra Muerte – A G.I. Gary NEW Comic Review

G.I. Joe: Sierra Muerte #1 (of 3)IDW Publishing, February 2019 It has been almost a year since IDW last published a G.I. Joe comic book that wasn’t written by Larry Hama. The last non-Hama series pushed the limits on what traditional G.I. Joe comic fans were accepting in both story and art. As such, IDW Read More

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The Pint O’ Comics 2018 Awards Winners!

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The ballots have been counted, the votes tallied, the submissions checked for accuracy and the winners are finally in for the first Pint O’ Comics Awards! With a long gestation period, we’ll get right into it. There were 12 categories in the “Top Shelf” section of the Awards, where all listeners and voters were allowed Read More

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Hot Wheels: From 0 to 50 at 1/64 Scale – A G.I. Gary Review

Thank you to Quarto for supplying The Pint with a review copy, and see you back here soon!

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The Fridge, The G.I. Joe That Helped Win Super Bowl XX – G.I. Gary Vintage Toy Review

The Fridge was not the first (or last) football themed character. Bazooka in 1985 is wearing Steve Grogan’s Patriots jersey. Coincidentally, Grogan was one of the quarterbacks that lost Super Bowl XX to the Bears. In 1990, Hasbro released Capt. Grid Iron, who even came with football shaped grenades! Until Next Time!

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – THE ONE ABOUT ANTHEM

One could argue that coming out of this past year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, no game had more hype surrounding it than BioWare’s upcoming shared world shooter Anthem, and while the months between the show in June and this past December were relatively quiet on the information front, in the weeks leading up to their VIP Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU QUICK HIT – DUNGEON MAYHEM

Dungeons and Dragons has experienced a hefty popularity boost in the past decade, due not only to the resurgence of tabletop gaming as a whole, but also the meteoric rise of various live streaming sites such as Twitch, which have allowed shows such as: “Critical Role” to carve out rather significant viewership numbers. Couple that with Wizards of the Read More

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Ganache Recommends…The Immortal Hulk

Here’s the score sports fans. I love the Hulk. Not Red Hulk with a mustache, or Red She Hulk, or regular She Hulk, or Super Awesome Hulk, I love Bruce Banner Hulk. Banner has been dead for a few years in the Marvel continuity, murdered by Hawkeye for reasons I care not to look up, Read More

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Sir Jon’s Comic Book Review – Ogre #1-3

As listeners of the radio show and podcast are aware, I am an avid fan of the fantasy genre, as can be seen in the many retellings of my gaming group in the various Great Game columns published here at the Pint website. Unaware of the Great Game? There’s a search function just off to Read More

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Pauly D And TV Is The Place To Be- Star Trek: Discovery S2 E1 – Brother

Space may be the final frontier, but dealing with your family can be no less perilous. Star Trek: Discovery returns for season 2 on CBS All Access on a new night with a new mission. When we last left the intrepid crew of the USS Discovery, the Klingon War was over, Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) Read More

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