As I’ve gotten older, I want to believe that my birthday celebrations have gotten a bit tamer… kind of like the progression of Eddie Murphy’s movie choices. Gone are the long weekend celebrations filled with bar jukeboxes and more alcohol than one should decide to consume. Here is the one-day celebration filled with family/friends, good eats, a bitching party theme, and relaxation. I have zero … Continue reading I Am Geek The Birthday Gift Request
On my last day of vacation, I decided to watch Return of the Jedi on Disney+. Normally, I refrain from watching this version of the film because it makes my inner Rancor rage for several reasons that aren’t limited to the concert at Jabba’s palace and ending with the lack of Ewok cartwheels to the tune of “Ewok Celebration”. The thing is, I’m also lazy … Continue reading This Year the Best Star Wars Can Be Found On Your Shelves
Is that Mephisto?! Dude, it has to be Reed Richards, right?! Who is the Power Broker?! Where are the mutants?! Wait, is Kang coming to the party?! When is the No Way Home trailer dropping?! If you haven’t asked any of these questions at least once over the last year, are you even paying attention to Phase Four of the MCU?! I say this in … Continue reading Spider-Man No Way Home Trailer- Variants, The Eye of Agamotto, & Pumpkin Bombs
You know, whenever I take one of these prolonged breaks from writing there is always the fear that when it comes time to get back in the groove that I’ll have forgotten how to write entirely. Of course, this would imply that I know how to write in the first place and sometimes I think the jury is still out on that. That’s not me … Continue reading My Mind Is Like A Starfish or How I Needed A Vacation
In a year without Comic-Cons, DC Fandome was a must-see event for those of us who were thirsting for a glimpse of any new comic book-related content coming to our, hopefully, post-pandemic lives. And while the event is remembered for it’s first look at Matt Reeve’s The Batman and Wonder Woman ’84, it was the behind-the-scenes feature on James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad that hooked … Continue reading The Suicide Squad- An I Am Geek Award Celebration
The world was a much different place in 2018. Thanos had snapped away half of the world’s population, John Krasinski showed us that being quiet could save our lives, Teddy Perkins arrived to give us all nightmares, Bill Hader’s, Barry became our favorite hitman aspiring to act, and July 25, 2018, was the last time we had a new issue of Brian K. Vaughan and … Continue reading Saga- How Maybe the Beloved Comic Could Be Returning Soon… No, Seriously!
It’s been about a week and a half since Loki melted all our minds and fractured the MCU in levels we didn’t think possible. Suddenly Thanos snapping half of existence out of the picture doesn’t seem like the worst thing in the world when compared to the potential of a multiversal collapse, does it? While we have a few weeks to digest what was discussed … Continue reading Wandavision & Loki Finales Sync Up- What Does This Mean For the Multiverse?!
“I have the poooooower!!” As a child, this is something that I would yell quite frequently while running around with my plastic Power Sword or sitting in front of my Eternia playset or Castle Grayskull with my many, many action figures. Because as a kid, He-Man was life. He-Man was the guy. The bad guy was a freakin skeleton and there were people in this … Continue reading Masters of the Universe Revelation- A Return to Eternia, Castle Grayskull, & Home
As someone who writes quite frequently, it sometimes seems that the act of planning out what to write can be more enjoyable than the act of writing itself. We’ve discussed in the past how in the mornings I like to start planning my writing agenda for the day, which usually gets derailed by a massive trailer dropping or some crazy bonkers news that needs to … Continue reading Why the Fear Street Trilogy Deserves Your Attention
Enough is enough… where the hell is the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer?! Like, seriously. What’s going on here?! Honestly, I’m surprised that we haven’t gotten it yet and not because the movie is only five months away. No, Sony has a reputation of doing whatever they want concerning Spider-Man despite the ramifications it could have on unreleased MCU projects. Remember when they released the … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer- Ummm, Release It Already