For those of you who haven’t been following the Pint O’ Comics Facebook page this last week, I was doing my best to cover this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). While not being one of the lucky ones to actually be in attendance, with the judicious use of the internet I was able to Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – E3 WRAP UP
Amazon pre orders are a funny thing. You see something cool, click the little link to preorder, and then forget all about it for the next four months until one day you come home and have a mystery box sitting on your doorstep. This was the case with WoTC’s (Wizards of the Coast) newest Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – MULTIVERSE MAYHEM
While it’s a basic tenant of the Pint that we deal in everything pop culture, there are areas that we are a bit remiss in. We know we’re a little lax in manga and anime coverage, and we know that we could do more in particular genres or interests that some of the readers or Read MoreNo Comments on Pint O’ Comics Visits Brooklyn and the Five Points Festival 2018
Scary things, creatures, critters, creepy-crawlies and monsters of all walks frequently invade the studios of Pint O’ Comics, partly because we enjoy them, but also because the people we are entertained by are just as fascinated by the freakish fiends as we are. It’s a cyclical fandom, as the fondly recalled creations are shared with Read MoreNo Comments on Cryptid Cinema: A Quickie Review
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 ???
Ahhhh the summer doldrums, where the anticipation for E3 builds, and the new game releases slow to a crawl. After an April with one notable release (God Of War) May rolls in with a somewhat larger list of offerings, albeit many of them are remasters. Towards the end of the month though, we get Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – MAY 2018 NEW VIDEO GAMES
I have little idea where the intersection point of the Venn diagram that is “Takeout” came from. Perhaps the designers were sitting in their living room with friends and dozens of takeout containers of their favorite Asian style food strewn about the coffee table, watching the latest episode of Orange is the New Black Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – FAMILY STYLE DINING FUN
I grew up a gamer, I got my original NES back in 1986 and never looked back. Video games have always been in my life and I love them dearly, but there was a time when the idea of a “Gamer Con” was a pipe dream. Many of the younger readers may not know Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – THE CT GAMER CON WRAP UP
As of midnight, April 4, 2018, Haslab’s first project, Jabba’s Sail Barge, a.k.a. the Khetanna, had succeeded reaching 8,810 orders of 5,000 needed to begin production. This is Hasbro’s first foray into the crowdsourcing environment, and being that the IP represented was Star Wars, the most well known project of this type so far. At Read MoreNo Comments on G.I. Gary’s Toy Tales: Raise The Khetanna!
Welcome back everyone, I had a bit of a hiatus due to personal reasons, but I’m back with a vengeance and ready to tear into my latest game review. Designed by Michael and Lisa Eskue, and published by Red Rook Games, (www.redrookgames.blogspot.com) “Trash Pandas” is a clever hybrid of dice rolling, card hoarding, and Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – AN ENTERTAINING HYBRID