“The Devils” – Issues 1 and 2Story: Matthew SpradlinArt: William Allan ReyesColoring: Archie Van BurenRok ComicsAntarctic Press Do you like War Comics? Do you like Horror Comics? Do you like comics based on true events? Well, “The Devils” checks all those boxes. “The Devils” is inspired by true events that took place during World War Read MoreNo Comments on “The Devils” – A G.I. Gary Comic Review
“I propose to consider the question, ‘Can machines think?’” – Alan Turing I love tabletop RPG’s, and as “Dungeons And Dragons” was the game that I cut my teeth on decades ago in elementary school, it more than any other, has held a special place in my heart. Creating a character that I could pour a Read MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU QUICK HIT – STATUS REPORT!!!
Recently I had the great fortune to attend Awesome Con 2019, having been told how fantastic a show it was for the past few years by my good friend and Destiny clan mate, I packed up the camera gear, and headed down to our Nations Capitol to scope it out. Housed in the Walter E. Read MoreNo Comments on THE PINT INVADES – AWESOME CON 2019
Carol Danvers (Brie Larsen) becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races; The Kree and The Skrulls. What’s the saying? The mark of a great hero is not how many times you’re knocked down but how many times you get Read MoreNo Comments on An Arguing With Myself Review: Captain Marvel
Every two months our good friend Larry Dwyer, yes Scary Larry as he is known to Pint listeners and horror fans in Connecticut, throws a party for some like minded film enthusiasts. If you love horror films, weird, no wait weird isn’t weird enough to describe these trailers, totally bizarre trailers and hanging out with Read MoreNo Comments on The Pint Invades: Connecticut Cult Classics
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 MoreNo Comments on “The Comet- Vol. 1: Combustion” – G.I. Gary Comic Reviews
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 MoreNo Comments on Rainbow Brite #3 – A Review by Lady Ganache
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 MoreNo Comments on GAMING POINT OF LOU – CHEER UP!
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 MoreNo Comments on An Arguing With Myself Review: Long Lost
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 MoreNo Comments on Review Patrol