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Dildo: The Movie

Rando talk time! Batman 1989 30th Anniversary marches on with some new products, we talk Watchmen, Titans and a bit about Disney Plus too. A few comic recommendations and some video releases through November. A good old fashioned Pint, all over the damned place, you know what to do. Listen In!!!! Check out this episode!

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Shelf Gratification: Batman 100 Greatest Moments

Robert Greenberger, former editor at DC Comics, Starlog, and Comics Scene has been spending the last few years working on some fantastic retrospective books for Quarto Publishing. Under the “100 Greatest Moments” banner he has already tackled The Justice League, DC Comics Heroines (which I reviewed for this very website, give it a look), and 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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Sir Jon’s Comic Book Review – Ogre #1-3

As listeners of the radio show and podcast are aware, I am an avid fan of the fantasy genre, as can be seen in the many retellings of my gaming group in the various Great Game columns published here at the Pint website. Unaware of the Great Game? There’s a search function just off to Read More

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Rainbow Brite #2 – A Guest Review

Lady Ganache here! Yep, I’m back again to review Rainbow Brite Issue #2 and because in the lyrics of the Flight of the Conchords, there are “too many dicks on the dance floor… Five to One is a brodeo…” and I’m going to Star Sprinkle all over this sausage-fest. Boy, that escalated quickly… I mean, that really Read More

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Rainbow Brite #1 – A Guest Review

Rainbow Brite #1 Dynamite EntertainmentWriter: Jeremy WhitleyArtist: Brittney WilliamsColorist: Valentina PintoLetterer: Taylor EspositoEditor: Kevin Ketner Lady Ganache here! I’m about to write a review for a comic book.  So if you know me at all, you are probably wondering if Mugatu slipped you some crazy pills…  I know, right? Welp – here is my comic book Read More

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Atomic Robo: The Greatest

I’ve extolled the wonders and magnitude of the varied Atomic Robo series, as well as the character the series is named after on the Pint O’ Comics podcast. I’ve mentioned how similar the overall arcing narrative is to Mike Mignola’s Hellboy, only wrapped in much more science fiction than paranormal and occult. It’s a similarity Read More

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G.I. Gary’s Pickups from the Northeast Toy and Collectibles Show

On October 28th I ventured to the Best Western in North Haven, CT to search for collectibles at the Northeast Toy and Collectibles Show. While I primarily collect Hasbro’s G.I. Joe, I also look for select Transformers, M.A.S.K., and other properties that I had a connection to in my youth. It’s also a good excuse Read More

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G.I. Gary Reviews – Metaphase 2

Metaphase #2 August 2018 Alterna Comics Chip Reese – Creator & Writer Kelly Williams – Pencils, Inks, Colors Peter Simeti – Letterer, Edits Chip Reese’s son has Down Syndrome, and asked his dad why there were no super heroes that were similarly afflicted. Chip’s answer was to create Metaphase. Originally conceived as a trade paperback, Read More

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The State of the State of the Industry

  Where has The State of the Industry been, all three of you readers have been asking these long, long months. Between moves, job changes and other side projects, The State of the Industry had to take a back seat, and your humble writer is not sorry about it. This column has been a bear Read More

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Major Direct Currents

“Surviving in New York Requires like 2 jobs and a little fraud on the side (sic)” ~ from the ‘I’m Still So NYC’ Facebook group, via John Ostrander. As an armchair historian and a comic book fan, I’ve always been fascinated by the intricacies of the earliest days of the comic book form, as well Read More

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