Last week was the 2018 NFL draft. Most normal people don’t care about the draft, nor should they. After all, why care about a bunch of dudes fresh out of college about to make more money in the next few years than you or I will ever make in our lifetime ? Even if you Read MoreNo Comments on Manster’s Journey Into the World of…Fantasy Football ???
*UPDATE* I’ll put the update right up front here…The Edge Off was fully funded within 4 hours of going live. There are some great offerings including variant covers by Garry Brown and Frank Quitely as well as commissions and original pages of art from Iain Laurie. The commission offerings were sold out almost immediately Read MoreNo Comments on ! UPDATE ! THE EDGE OFF ****A Kickstarter Comic Preview by Manster****
I admit it – I tend to procrastinate. I’ll set out to do something important and then think of something much less important that needs doing and what happens ? I’ll spend ridiculous amounts of time on that less important thing until – you guessed it – something even more insignificant pops into my Read MoreNo Comments on Mansters’ Journey Into the World of Comics (Part 2)
Hi Pint-o-holics, Lloyd Green here. You may also know me as “Manster”, as Johnny Ganache likes to call me. As nicknames go, I like it. And the shot of Malort I drank to earn that name, well, I liked that too. So much so that before the night was over I was swigging it straight Read MoreNo Comments on Mansters’ Journey Into the World of Comics (Part 1)
“Gideon Falls” Image Comics Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Andrea Sorrentino Colors: Dave Stewart Jeff Lemire has reteamed with Andrea Sorrentino, and recruited Dave Stewart, to bring us “Gideon Falls,” a religous themed horror/thriller comic. If anything is implied in the name, its that there is a fight looming. The title reminds of the Prophet Gideon, Read MoreNo Comments on Gideon Falls #1 – A G.I. Gary Advance Comic Review!
“Mother Russia” FUBAR Press Alterna Comics Art & Written by: Jeff McComsey ”The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” That statement in a nutshell describes the zombie themed World War II tale of Mother Russia. Taking place in Stalingrad in the winter of 1942/1943, the dead have essentially taken everyone out, except Svetlana Gorshkov, aka: “Mother Read MoreNo Comments on G.I. Gary Reviews: Mother Russia
The market of comic books has always been volatile. One month may show a massive increase in sales across the board, another might show a huge drop. August sales were one of those drops, with a reported 20% fall from July. What is causing such a stunning fluctuation, so soon after great strides from DC’s Read MoreNo Comments on The State of the Industry, August 2017
From Helios Comics (formerly of Headshrinkers Press) Sons of Yellowstone #1 & #2 Writer: Jeff Nelson Art: Peter Cacho Letters: Nichi Scribbles Colors: Matt James While roaming the aisles of Terrificon with Mr. Ganache, we came across the Helios Comics table and John talked to them a little bit for the podcast. After the interview, Read MoreNo Comments on G.I. Gary Reviews: Sons of Yellowstone Issues 1 and 2
Albatross Funnybooks, Eric Powell’s (of The Goon fame, for those unaware) venture into comic book publishing, has risen to the attention of the Pint O’ Comics team, with brief reviews of some of their titles on the podcast. As such, when a new title with impressive cover art was solicited in June, I had to Read MoreNo Comments on Sir Jon Reviews: (Brendon Small’s) Galaktikon #1
Before I go into this review I want to remind readers that IDW is publishing two continuities of G.I. Joe. There is “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero,” still written by Larry Hama and that is still in its own original universe. This book that I’m about to review, has no connections to it. “G.I. Joe” Read MoreNo Comments on G.I. Gary’s Pull List Pick of the Week – 8/31/17 *Spoilers*