GWWE REVISITED: April 2010.

One thing that becomes clear in the Aftermath of WrestleMania is that this company is in urgent need of some top babyfaces. It makes sense the company as a whole…

GWWE Revisited: March 2010.

GWWE REVISITED: March 2010. We are firmly on the Road to WrestleMania 26 in Phoenix, Arizona. And using the road analogy they loved to utilize so much on WWE television,…

GWWE Revised: February 2010.

With Royal Rumble 2010 in the books we are on the Road to WrestleMania. But first we must stop at the roadside attraction known as Elimination Chamber. While both Chamber…

GWWE Revisited: January 2010

While participating in the initial Greatest WWE Wrestler of All Time project, I would say my opinions on the history of WWE from WrestleMania I through WrestleMania XX was fairly…

PTBN’s Tribute to 1994: The Final Year for the NES.

1994 was a big year for video games. Titles released that year on the SNES and Sega Genesis would be all time classics that are beloved to this very day.…

30 Years Ago Today: Buster Douglas Knocks Out Mike Tyson

Spoiler alert for those of you who taped this fight and still haven’t gotten around to watching it yet. On February 11th, 1990, in Toyko, Japan, James “Buster” Douglas as…

A PTBN Tribute to 1994: The Blockbusters.

In my last article, we discussed the Academy Award winning films from 1994. Those were supposed to be the best movies of the year but what about the movies that…

PTBN’s Tribute to 1994: The Stand TV Miniseries

The Stand is one of my all time favorite novels. It is hard to get me to sit down and read a book quickly unless it was written by a…

PTBN’s Tribute to 1994: A Commentary on the Best Picture Nominees for the 66th Academy Awards

A commentary on the Best Picture Nominees for 1994. 1994 was a great year for movies. Through the coarse of this retrospective on the year 1994 in movies the most…

Closing the Book on Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps (2016-2018)

Having ended it’s run in August, Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps closed the book not just on the fifty issues of this particular series or Robert Venditti’s six-year…