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With Brian Sherman
Brian Sherman is a moderator (gweempose) on Pinside, the largest and most active online pinball community.

Around the Playfield with Brian Sherman
The Start Button: How did you first get into pinball?
I played a lot of pinball in the arcades growing up in the 70’s and 80’s. I was also fortunate enough to have a few friends who had machines in their basements. I vividly remember the day when my friend’s dad brought home a new in box Paragon. We thought we had died and gone to heaven!
The Plunge: What was the first pinball machine you bought?
Twilight Zone. If I had known the addiction that it would ignite, I would have bought one sooner!
The Skill Shot: What is your best pinball achievement or favorite pinball moment?
Convincing my wife to let me start collecting them.
Good Shots, Bad Bounces: What is your favorite and least favorite pinball machine?
My favorite game is definitely the premium/LE version of The Walking Dead. I love everything about the game. The theme is awesome. It has great artwork and sound. The dots are some of the best (and bloodiest) out there. It’s fun to shoot, and Lyman’s code is simply brilliant. 
My least favorite game is a harder question to answer, since I tend to like every game, at least on some level. If I had to pick one, I guess I’d say Wrestlemania. I appreciate that Stern tried to do something different, but the ring, which is the main playfield toy, just isn’t that much fun. That being said, I still kind of like the game.
The Wizard Mode: What is your dream theme you’d like to see made into a pinball machine?