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Ganache Mish-Mosh

July 9, 2018 Author: John Amenta

Hello again, let’s go thru some of the stuff I watched, read or otherwise took in in the last week or so. Ant Man and The Wasp- Sequel to 2015’s Ant Man and the 20th Marvel Cinematic Universe film. After the epic volley of Black Panther and Avengers:Infinity War to start the year, this film Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – JULY 2018 NEW RELEASES

June 27, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  What’s up everyone!! I took a slight break from this in June due to personal reasons, that and it was a pretty dead month, but July has some pretty cool stuff releasing that I wanted to call attention to. I also want to make it clear, that I have MADE SURE to include plenty Read More

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Ganache Mish-Mosh

June 25, 2018 Author: John Amenta

    Here we go again, my weekly adventures in what I consumed in entertainment. Halloween- No, not the 1978 classic, but the 2007…not classic. I had seen this in theaters and had apparently liked it enough to buy the DVD at some point, yet had never watched it. This is something I did heavily Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – BIGFOOT VS. YETI

June 24, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  Bigfoot Vs. Yeti – Battle of the Cryptids, I’ve had this game sitting in my office for at least two months staring me in the face practically begging for some playtesting, and now that my other assignments are completed and E3 is in the rearview, it was high time I took a solid look Read More

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Once Upon a Time Machine in June

June 14, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

In April of 2018, Dark Horse released Once Upon a Time Machine Volume 2, a 224 page collection of futuristic interpretations of Greek Myths. It follows on the 2013 success of the first volume, which did similarly modernistic retellings of mythological tales. Chris Stevens, one of the editors, willingly allowed me to ask him a Read More

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Ganache Mish-Mosh

June 14, 2018 Author: John Amenta

A new column where I give you quick rundowns on some of the books, movies, shows and other pop culture nuggets I ingested over the course of the previous week. Justice League #1- DC has rebooted their premiere team book and with that comes writer Scott Snyder and artist Jim Cheung. Cheung has been a Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – E3 WRAP UP

June 13, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  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 More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – MULTIVERSE MAYHEM

June 6, 2018 Author: Lou Federico

  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 More

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Pint O’ Comics Visits Brooklyn and the Five Points Festival 2018

June 5, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

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 More

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Cryptid Cinema: A Quickie Review

May 30, 2018 Author: Jon Johnson (Sir)

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 More

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