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Author: George Koroneos

Mai Tai T.V. #31: Iron Fist, Get Out, Lego Batman, Comic Grading, SRW

We’re back with another dose of pop culture insanity. This week, we review “Get Out,” “Lego Batman,” Iron Fist and Southpaw Regional Wrestling. George goes on a tangent about his obsession with HBO’s Girls and Hambone teaches us how to make a Big Bamboo cocktail (and we aren’t referring to his Hamboner). Also, George unboxes his first batch of graded comic books from CGC. Play along as Hambone tries to guess the grade. This is nerd level 10 right here. Big Bamboo 1/2 oz fresh lime juice 1/2 oz orange juice 1/2 oz grapefruit juice 1/2 oz passion fruit...

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Mai Tai T.V. #30: Logan, Mondo posters, Broken Hardy domination and the Road to Wrestlemania

Got nothing to do tonight? Tired of hunting down classified Wiki Leak’s documents? Tune in to Mai Tai T.V. as Hambone and I pore over the greatness that is “Logan,” wax philosophical about the cut throat world of poster collecting, whine about the bumpy road to Wrestlemania and teach you how to make a cocktail. Want more? Watch as we unbox the latest Marvel Collector Corps and Slam Crate boxes. This episode has it all. We even show you how Hambone gets his hair so FABULOUS and we have exciting new for Brine + Bastards fans. X-15 or Saturn...

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Comic book grading 101 for lapsed Marvel collectors (updated 2/28/17)

TL;DR: This is a primer for anyone that collected comics in the late ’80s/early ’90s and amassed a large amount of comics that they don’t know what to do with. I explain why I started collecting and stopped collecting comics, why I finally pulled my collection out of my parents attic and the process I went through to get key issues graded by CGC. This article will be updated as I go through the comic book grading process.  George and comic books: an abridged history I’ve been collecting comic books, in one form or another, ever since I was 10 years old....

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The King of New York: an interview with Turbo A.C.’s frontman Kevin Cole

The Turbo A.C.s, like Electric Frankenstein and Degeneration, are one of those bands that just personifies New York City. Their sound defined the NYC scene in the late ’90s and frontman Kevin Cole is considered the modern day king of the New York punk. Go to a show anywhere in Manhattan and you’re bound to see him. He has his fingers on the pulse of rock and roll and his cool, calm demeanor just screams punk rock.   This interview originally appeared in Life in a Bungalo on March 16, 2006 If kicking ass had a soundtrack it would feature more than a...

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ALL (Descendents) Live at Maxwell’s | 8/19/2002 (full video)

Say what you will about the legendary Descendents — I will never argue their awesomeness — but ALL is the version of the Descendents I grew up with. From the moment I first heard “Original Me” on Breaking Things, I knew ALL was going to be one of my favorite bands and Chad Price was going to be one of my heroes. I was very lucky to catch ALL on a number of tours starting with their Irving Plaza show on May 25, 1995 supporting Pummel and I never saw them play a weak set. While I was stoked...

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