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Pint Movie Invitational Series: Part 9   Invitee: Chris Beaudette   Film: Escape From New York   Chris Beaudette, multi instrumentalist and vocalist in many, many bands joins us to talk all about 1981’s Escape From New York. Who is Chris’ celeb man crush? Can his girlfriend Kyera name all the bands he is in? Read More

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Sir Jon’s Comic Book Review

Yang #8 Some months ago, I traded a handful of comics I’d had in my possession for far too long for a selection of old Charlton comics. Charlton comics have been a passion of mine since I was a kid, long before I knew that the company was based in my home state of Connecticut. Read More

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The Great Game, Harvester 9 through 11, 596CY

Grewhawk

The group of 15 left the city of Veluna, headed east towards the hills known as the Lorridges. Choosing to go directly into the hills, the group has an uneventful trek until the 10th, where they locate the first village. Investigations of the tiny settlement of gnome-sized homes have them finding the lone remaining villager, Read More

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Sites I Like

Roughly ten years ago, I was eliminating lots of excess in my reading. Magazines took the brunt of that elimination as they were unwieldy, expensive and in most cases, uneven on a month-to-month basis. Just as I was cutting great swaths through these and other insidious collectibles, I discovered a very specific publication from England Read More

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FTH Comics Corner: Superman: American Alien #1

Max Landis, writer of the found footage superhero film Chronicle, and son of Hollywood director John Landis, gives writing comics a go, and sets his sights on penning a good Superman story. This should be easy, as Supes has 75 plus years of history to mine from, and is one of the most recognized figures Read More

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Historical Note

As the resident Armchair Historian of this page, I find myself digging into old tomes, encyclopedias and websites that follow current archaeological investigations. Sometimes though, I discover historical items of interest through the strangest of means. In the most recent case, while watching an episode of the inane USA Network program WHITE COLLAR, I learned Read More

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The Great Game

To mix it up here at the FtH page, every Tuesday or Wednesday I’ll be posting recaps from the weekly role-playing game sessions that I run for a group of people typically every Monday night. This game has been a concurrently running series of adventures using the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons first edition rule set, Read More

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FTH Comics Corner: Back To The Future

IDW, just in time to coincide with Back To The Future Day, celebrated on October 21st of this year, has begun releasing a miniseries based on the hit trilogy of films. Bob Gale, writer and producer of the films, lends his talents to creating a series of new short stories, featuring the characters fans have Read More

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FTH Film Review: Spectre

James Bond returns for his 24th big screen adventure, Spectre. Given the high number of installments in the franchise, the odds would dictate that the quality of these films would have to fluctuate. This is true, for every Goldfinger, there has been a Moonraker. The good news for Bond fans across the globe is that Read More

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Chatting with Dave Dorman

Dave Dorman is widely known for his iconic images of Star Wars characters, Indiana Jones and even high-profile superheroes. Many fans are likely unaware that Dave has been working on a personal project for the better part of the last two decades under the overall title of THE WASTED LANDS. The Wasted Lands are a Read More

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Tony DiTerlizzi and Art

As an avid role gamer, you tend to get introduced to a plethora of artists of all types, styles and variety. I knew the name of Bill Willingham long before his ages-ago days at Comico, when his art overshadowed writing. Many other artists got their early starts working for table top role playing game publishers, Read More

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