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The Road to 125 is heating up! The 100 Proof Book Project resumes and we take on a DC modern classic. The first 8 issues of Suicide Squad are looked at and discussed. From plot elements that would not fly today, to Ganache’s awful confusion over which female character is which, this one has it Read More

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Book Buy Book – Episode 4

It’s been a minute but “Book Buy Book” is BACK!!!!. For those of you new to The Pint, “Book Buy Book” is basically Ganache, Diamond Dan of Boom Tube Comics (http://www.boomtubecomics.com) and whomever happens to be there at the time, walking the racks and highlighting books that they are enjoying, or selling well, or have Read More

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Four Color Spotlight: Episode 1 January 2020

New Year, new feature on our YouTube Channel!!! The Diamond Previews catalog is one of the most important books in the comics industry but very often gets overlooked, this is the book that advertises (solicits) the upcoming comic books, graphic novels, statues, and merch that will be available for sale at your LCBS. So along Read More

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1/05/2020 Radio Program With Very Special Guest Tom Ryan

This past Sunday we had longtime friend of The Pint, and talented local artist Tom Ryan http://www.tomryansstudio.com on the radio program. Co Hosted by yours truly (filling in for an ailing Sir Jon) the hour was spent deep diving not only into his creative process but also the life of a working artist and the Read More

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12/29/19 Radio Show With Michael Kelleher

Well I’m back from my holiday shenanigans, and with that come the return of a couple of features. First off is my weekly rebroadcasting of the WESU radio program on our YouTube Channel, for the final show of 2019, the Jo(h)n’s were joined by multiple time guest, and longtime friend of The Pint, Michael Kelleher, Read More

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AN ARGUING WITH MYSELF REVIEW: JOKER

There’s the saying; “To really know someone, walk a mile in their shoes”. Joker centers around an origin, of sorts, of the Clown Prince of Crime. Todd Phillips’ exploration of Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix), a man disregarded by society, is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale. What happens when Read More

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12/8/19 Radio Show With Mitch Hallock and Paul Kupperberg

12/8/19 was most certainly a notable show as “King Of The Nerds” Mitch Hallock from Terrificon (http://www.terrificon.com) and CT Gamer Con co-hosted with Sir Jon, as they interviewed longtime industry veteran Paul Kupperberg. Kupperberg has certainly had a storied (pun intended) carrer not only as former Editor of DC Comics, but also as Executive editor Read More

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12/1/19 Radio Program (Audio Only) – With Steve Roth of Quarto Publishing Group

I finally returned to work this week from my surgery, so my Pint Work has been a little behind, nevertheless I still wanted to get the audio of last weeks radio show uploaded to YouTube as it was an extremely entertaining hour of radio. Steve Roth Of Quarto Publishing group (http://www.quartoknows.com) joined the Jo(h)n’s to Read More

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11/24/19 Radio Program – With Special Guest John Ostrander (Audio Only)

This past week on our radio program, we were honored to be joined for an hour by comics legend John Ostrander, writer of innumerable titles, but most notably for The Suicide Squad and Firestorm. (spoiler) There may also be some discussion of the new Grimjack series!!! Listen in to find out!!!!! It was an enlightening 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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Manster’s Journey Into the World of Comics (Part 3)

Guess who’s back… Back again… Manster’s back… Tell a friend… I’ve already told you how to get better at fantasy football (try harder!), so it must be time to get back to that which I’ve neglected far too long and bore you once more with this “Manster’s Journey” thing… Let’s bring you up to date Read More

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