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Punk Taco (Vol. 1) – An Arguing With Myself Review

March 21, 2019 Author: Chris Frodel

It’s been quite some time since I’ve picked up a comic book. I use to love it. Reading the adventures of my favorite heroes, page by page, in all their four-color glory. I was well into my twenties when I decided to stop collecting. No, not because I was interested in girls. That’s a tired Read More

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Breakneck and Hard Case Crime comics- A Manster comic book review

February 24, 2019 Author: Lloyd Green

Joe Hayward is a simple man with a simple plan…To deliver a righteous beating (via brick and bat) to the man who is screwing his wife. But he quickly finds out (to misquote Robert Burns), “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” Breakneck is a Titan Comics book published under the Read More

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

February 11, 2019 Author: Gary Viola

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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Ganache Recommends…The Immortal Hulk

January 23, 2019 Author: John Amenta

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

January 20, 2019 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

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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Rainbow Brite #2 – A Guest Review

January 4, 2019 Author: Lady Ganache PoC Guest Columnist

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

January 1, 2019 Author: Gary Viola

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

December 18, 2018 Author: Lady Ganache PoC Guest Columnist

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

December 17, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

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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LITERARY POINT OF LOU – DC COMICS HEROINES: 100 GREATEST MOMENTS

November 19, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  Well hello there everyone!!! It’s your intrepid game reviewer Lou stepping away from his regularly scheduled programming for this very special review of a brand new offering from Chartwell books. Now book reviews are something that I’m not exceptionally proficient with, so this article will probably be about as well written as a mediocre Goodreads review, nevertheless I shall Read More

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