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The Road To 80 Begins Here! Mike Fullam, old friend of Ganache’s and Co Host of the new podcast J&M: Something Nothing Show returns to talk his passion…Nintendo. All 7 North American consoles are discussed, and Mike and our very own Lou Skywalker take the reins and pick their fave games for each iteration. What 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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An Arguing With Myself Review: Aquaman

Arthur Curry (Jason Mamoa) learns that he is the heir to the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. His mother (Nicole Kidman) is an Atlantean Queen and his father (Temuera Morrison), a mortal man. Hesitant on wearing the crown, his journey of self discovery will show Atlantis he can be the leader they need or die trying.  Read More

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Ganache Recommends…

Sheep Skin is not a new film, released in 2013, but it can certainly be categorized as new to me. That said, after checking local (Connecticut, home to The Pint) filmmaker Kurtis Spieler’s first outing, I felt the need to share my opinion with you. The odds are you may have not seen this small budgeted revenge thriller/maybe, possibly werewolf Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – ESCAPE THE DARK CASTLE

Welcome back everyone!!! I hope you all had a great new year. And since Yours Truly has started off his new year by getting all caught up with his official Pint assignments, I finally have some time to write about a game I’ve had sitting on my desk for quite some time. So without further Read More

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Ganache Mish Mosh

Once again I bring you an article replete with mini reviews of the pop culture I have been checking out, places of interest I have visited and more. It’s time for your semi regular dose of Mish Mosh, open wide. Seth McFarlane does the impossible and returns for a second season of a show that Read More

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Rainbow Brite #2 – A Guest Review

Lady Ganache here! Yep, I’m back again to review Rainbow Brite Issue #2 and because in the lyrics of the Flight of the Conchords, there are “too many dicks on the dance floor… Five to One is a brodeo…” and I’m going to Star Sprinkle all over this sausage-fest. Boy, that escalated quickly… I mean, that really Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU QUICK HIT – SPANK THE YETI

Introductions are the hardest part of these articles, I always want to sound witty, intelligent, and informed, but the truth is I’m usually neither, I just play some games and hurl my thoughts about them on a screen and hope that whomever is reading the articles agrees with my opinion, and hopefully is motivated to Read More

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G.I. Gary Reviews – Shooter: The 14th Original G.I. Joe

June 1982: General Flagg takes roster of the G.I. Joe team for their first mission against Cobra, a ruthless terrorist organization that had kidnapped Dr. Adele Burkhart, a nuclear physicist turned government watchdog and peace advocate. In this mission, 13 Joes, consisting of 12 men and Scarlett, storm an island to rescue the imprisoned doctor. Read More

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Rainbow Brite #1 – A Guest Review

Rainbow Brite #1 Dynamite EntertainmentWriter: Jeremy WhitleyArtist: Brittney WilliamsColorist: Valentina PintoLetterer: Taylor EspositoEditor: Kevin Ketner Lady Ganache here! I’m about to write a review for a comic book.  So if you know me at all, you are probably wondering if Mugatu slipped you some crazy pills…  I know, right? Welp – here is my comic book Read More

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Atomic Robo: The Greatest

I’ve extolled the wonders and magnitude of the varied Atomic Robo series, as well as the character the series is named after on the Pint O’ Comics podcast. I’ve mentioned how similar the overall arcing narrative is to Mike Mignola’s Hellboy, only wrapped in much more science fiction than paranormal and occult. It’s a similarity Read More

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