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Aliens

Pint Insider Paul asked us to review Aliens. We reviewed Aliens. We love our Insiders, join them for $2.50 a month and shape our content.   Check out this episode!

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“The Comet- Vol. 1: Combustion” – G.I. Gary Comic Reviews

The CometVol 1: CombustionPublisher: Insight ComicsWritten by: Arianna IrwinIllustrated by: Francine DelgadoColored by: Alba Cardona and Federico Blee The story of “The Comet” follows Kenzie, a 17 year old high school gymnast, whose sister Rae is dying of cancer. Kenzie is struggling to make peace with her sister’s fate, and refuses to accept defeat. In Read More

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Rainbow Brite #3 – A Review by Lady Ganache

Welp – I typically like to start my reviews with stories of the Normie watching the Jo(h)ns in their natural habitat.  Sadly, I didn’t acquire any new information or data for the month of January. (yeah… I realize it is now the end of March – eh-hem middle of April.  I’m terrible at finishing things) Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – CHEER UP!

I have a love / hate relationship with the entire “Party Game Genre”, I can most certainly understand the appeal of easy to learn games that cater to the masses (many times the inebriated masses), but I also bemoan their lack of depth and strategy. Not to say they are BAD games, I just don’t Read More

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An Arguing With Myself Review: Long Lost

Seth (Adam Weppler) is a young man invited to spend a weekend at the Connecticut mansion of his long lost millionaire half-brother Richard (Nicholas Tucci). With the help of his enigmatic live-in girlfriend, Abby (Catherine Corcoran), Richard keeps Seth questioning as to why he was brought there in the first place and where their relationship Read More

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Review Patrol

Let’s start here. I know just about nothing of the comic version of The Doom Patrol. I own the Grant Morrison omnibus which has been on my read list for years, I read the first (incomprehensible to me) issue of the recent Gerard Way reboot and know the name from being a comic reader. I Read More

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THE PINT INVADES – CT GAMER CON 2019

The Con Season officially kicked off for The Pint this past weekend at the third annual CT Gamer Con. Hosted by none other than the prolific Mitch Hallock, who also spearheads the equally amazing Terrificon, which also resides at Mohegan Sun. It’s always a good time getting to see folks we don’t always get to Read More

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

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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GAMING POINT OF LOU – CRACKDOWN 3

Perhaps Crackdown 3’s most endearing trait, is also it’s largest flaw and that is similarity. What the promise of what Crackdown 3 was SUPPOSED to be, versus what we ended up getting is well documented. I could spend a thousand words recounting the myriad of issues this game had during development, but that dead horse Read More

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GAMING POINT OF LOU – THE FAIREST ANTHEM REVIEW OF THEM ALL

Alright here we go: no bias, no agenda. I’ve spent the last couple of weeks putting some serious time into Anthem (after all, a game of this type cannot fairly be reviewed until you have spent a significant amount of time leveling up, hitting the endgame, and seeing how that core loop will function) I Read More

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

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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