You may have heard yesterday that Andrew Lincoln would be calling season nine of The Walking Dead his last. That’s right Geeklings, Rick Grimes himself will be bidding the world of The Walking Dead adieu, and it has the fan base in a bit of an uproar. What is this show without its main character? A new showrunner and the departure of the show’s biggest star? Will they kill him off … Continue reading Can the Walking Dead Survive Without Rick Grimes?
Summer movie season is one of the most exciting aspects of summer besides the weather and the whole no school thing. The summer isn’t spent rolling out award contenders, no, the summer is saved for blockbusters. Think back to your childhood and all the massive movies that were released during summer vacations. Independence Day, Jurassic Park, Spider-Man, and Terminator 2 are some of the biggest summer movies of all time. Over … Continue reading How Disney Failed Solo
Geeklings, a very Happy Memorial Day to you all! I hope this kick start to summer served you all as we take the time to celebrate those who sacrificed their lives for this country. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ (I was going to delete this but Hudson the Cat literally just walked across my keyboard and I thought he was trying to convey some sort of message so I’m … Continue reading Week In Geek- Bendis’s Superman, The Expanse Lives, & Christopher Robin
A column I enjoyed so much that I thought I’d post it here too. You can find the original at Fan Fest News but if you’re feeling lazy you can just read it here too. Comics for everyone! ********** Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! It’s Wednesday, the week is almost over, and there are tons of comic books to be read. … Continue reading Pull List- Bendis Says Goodbye To Marvel, Wakanda In Space, & Flash Wars
Geeklings, I had one of those rare days where no matter how hard I tried I could not come up with a topic for a column allllll day. Usually, I do my best thinking in the shower but, nothing. At the gym this morning, nothing. During slow periods of work, nothing. Just a big ole heap of nothing running through my head. I would occasionally check in with … Continue reading Geeking Out- Things I Currently Love
Monday you say? Bah! Here at I Am Geek we don’t believe in Monday. Well, that’s not necessarily true. Of course, we believe in Monday it is an actual weekday, buuuuut we don’t believe in having to settle with the preconceived notion that Monday has to suck. To that we say nay! Monday can be fun. Monday can be entertaining. Monday can be whatever we want it to be. Yes, we … Continue reading Week In Geek- Solo, Bendis Says Good-Bye to Marvel, & New Stephen King
If you’ve step foot on the interwebs at all in the last twenty-four hours then you know there is a war being waged. It’s the whole dress thing again but instead of questioning your eyes the interwebs is questioning your hearing. A sound bite set to destroy your friendships and your life. Do you hear Laurel or do you hear Yanny? If you hear Yanny … Continue reading Ugh, Laurel or Yanny?!
Last night I came home from work, ate some delicious pasta meal that the Adorable Creature created, sat in my chair and watched the season finale of Barry. It was all quite lovely. The Adorable Creature is quite the cook and Barry is quite the show and it really was the perfect recipe for concluding a Monday. While I sat in my chair though, unwinding from a … Continue reading The Best TV Episodes of 2018 (so far)
Geeklings, I am not on vacation today (sadly) which means we can resume our regularly scheduled Week In Geek. I have to say, even though I was on vacation and getting some much needed R&R in last week, it did feel a tad bit strange not posting a Week In Geek. I mean, what’s a Monday without a Week In Geek? A pretty crappy Monday. What do you … Continue reading Week In Geek- Deadpool 2, Luke Cage, & Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Review originally was published on Fan Fest but thought I’d post it here too because A) I dug the column and B) I wanted to get you guys some fresh content. ***** With a hosting gig at Saturday Night Live, the release of his haunting/captivating/breathtaking/relevant “This Is America” music video, and the upcoming role in a little film called Solo: A Star Wars Story, it … Continue reading Atlanta Season Two Review