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World Press Freedom Day and Blog March 2017

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One thing that is very important to us here at Biff Bam Pop! is freedom of the press, the ability to say what we want when we want to say it the way we want to say it. Today on World Press Freedom Day, I want to say a few words about a very important project that some of us here at BBP are involved in – Blog March 2017.

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Camden Comic Con 2017

After several rainy, gloomy days in South Jersey, the clouds parted and the sun beamed brightly, just in time for Camden Comic Con 2017. It was a day filled with comics, cosplay, and fandom camaraderie.

Camden Comic Con 2017

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Holiday Gift Guide 2016: The Gift of Reading

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One of the things we love here at Biff Bam Pop! is books, probably because we’re all writers as well as readers. Therefore I’d like to suggest some books here that folks who regularly read our website might also enjoy reading, perhaps because some are by us, and some by friends, and some we just really dig. Meet me after the jump for the Gift of Reading.
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Holiday Gift Ideas 2016: Have You Tried Parkour?

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I have nine grandchildren, but three of the boys are fully invested in the sport of Parkour. The older boys used what they learned from the sport to excel in the military, while the youngest brother has to wait a few years to join the Marines. When our fearless leader, Andy Burns, asked for some cool Holiday gift ideas, I immediately thought of a membership to Pinnacle Parkour Academy as one hell of a cool gift for the family. What is Parkour and is it for everyone? Let’s take a running leap to find out. Read the rest of this entry

31 Days of Horror 2016: The Walking Dead – Who Lives, Who Dies?

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For those not versed in The Walking Dead universe, one might assume the monsters are the zombies, but that’s just not true. Like in Bambi, the monster is man, the true villain is always man. In a world gone mad, man must fear himself most. One of the most dangerous villain from the Walking Dead comics is a man called Negan, and in the last episode of The Walking Dead, some six months ago in the most frustrating and tense cliffhanger of the year, the monster was about to kill one, or some, of our heroes from the show. Finally tonight, we find out what kind of monster Negan truly is, and who will be joining the read dead on the series… Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on what happened… warning, there will be spoilers…

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The “Grotesque” Cost of Survival on Fear The Walking Dead

 

nick-ep-8On the last episode of Fear the Walking Dead our team was split up in the melee of Daniel’s death and the burning down of Thomas’s home. While Travis tries to keep Chris from hurting himself and others, Nick is more comfortable living among the infected. Read the rest of this entry

“This Little Light” Shines on the Season 1 Finale of Outcast

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On last week’s episode of Outcast we watched in horror as the darkness spread throughout the town of Rome. A beloved character is dead and another one is possessed. The only thing to stop the encroaching darkness is to shine some light on it. Will Kyle get to his daughter before Megan hurts her? Read the rest of this entry

“The Dark Stranger” Blurs the Lines Between Art and Reality

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A new Canadian film, The Dark Stranger, focuses on the connection between depression and art. Written and directed by Chris Trebilcock, The Dark Stranger is a psychological thriller that drags you into a young girl’s troubled mind. Who is the stranger and what does he want with Leah? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry

Everybody Wants to Know about “The Secret Life of Pets” This Weekend

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Glenn Walker here with the Weekend Box Office Wrap-Up Report to see how Biff Bam Pop! Founder and Box Office Guru Andy Burns did with his Predictions from Thursday evening.

Whether it was the clever and early marketing of the film, or the voice talents of Louis CK and Kevin Hart (to name just a couple), or simply the concept of finding out what our pets may be up to while we’re out – The Secret Life of Pets ruled the box office this weekend with over a whopping $100 million in ticket sales. With Tarzan and Dory pulling a distant but respectable second place, this was certainly a pet weekend. Meet me after the jump for a closer look at the box office numbers.

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The GAR! Podcast: The South Jersey Writers at the 2016 Camden Comic Con

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The Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world, coming to you from across the vastness of suburban New Jersey via Skype. This week, we’re once again recorded live at the Camden Comic Con, and have recorded several interviews with members of the South Jersey Writers’ Group, along with all the usual stuff. See and hear more after the jump.

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