I Am Geek Best of 2019 Part 1 (#10-6)

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,/and never brought to mind?/Should auld acquaintance be forgot,/and auld lang syne? Geeklings, we did it! We’re here. The end of the year is upon us. As I sit here reflecting on the year that was, I can’t help but think of Jason Mendoza when I say “my year started about a year ago…” Doesn’t’ that kind of perfectly sum up … Continue reading I Am Geek Best of 2019 Part 1 (#10-6)

Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker- Your Feelings Are the Only Ones That Matter

Why is it so difficult to write about the new Star Wars films?! In a perfect world, I would come here and start breaking down my thoughts of the movie discussing what worked, what didn’t work, and what has me excited for the future of the franchise. Yet, life within the Star Wars fandom is less than perfect. In fact, the levels of toxicity are … Continue reading Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker- Your Feelings Are the Only Ones That Matter

Week In Geek- Last Episode of Baby Yoda/The Mandalorian & More of You

Geeklings, it’s Monday which can only mean one thing. Brand new Week In Geek! The one thing you’ve clearly been looking forward to all day. I can see you now, sitting at your desks at work slowly fading as the time moves sloth-like. You’re contemplating pouring your coffee all over your keyboard to see what happens when suddenly a thought comes to your brain. Your … Continue reading Week In Geek- Last Episode of Baby Yoda/The Mandalorian & More of You

Pull List- Endings For Batman, Doomsday Clock, & Thor Make For Bittersweet NCBD

Here we are Geeklings, at the end of all things or Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! Either one will suffice honestly. This is the last New Comic Book Day before Christmas which means all major publishers apparently wanted to release ALL the books. At once.  It wasn’t my alarm clock that woke me up this morning but the screaming of my wallet. … Continue reading Pull List- Endings For Batman, Doomsday Clock, & Thor Make For Bittersweet NCBD

Can the Answers to Rise of Skywalker Be Found In Star Wars Rebels?

If you haven’t watched any of the trailers for Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker or read any of the press tours or anything really, you might want to stay away from this column. You have been warned. There are no legit spoilers just theories based on what we’ve seen through trailers and press. I know nothing and you should know by now that I … Continue reading Can the Answers to Rise of Skywalker Be Found In Star Wars Rebels?

Week In Geek- Star Wars (!!), The Witcher Arrives, & Goodbye Friend w/ Mr. Robot

Geeklings, you would think with the end of the year only two weeks away that things would start to slow down on the pop culture landscape. You know, give us some time to finish some things and prepare for the awesome that is surely coming in 2020. That’s logical thinking and if 2019 has taught us anything it’s that logical thinking needs to get thrown … Continue reading Week In Geek- Star Wars (!!), The Witcher Arrives, & Goodbye Friend w/ Mr. Robot

Pull List- Superman’s Identity, Breaking Into America, & Assassin High School

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! What better day to curl up in your favorite chair, sip some soup like the Baby Yoda that you are, and read this week’s batch of comics. Of course, you’ll have to get them first which means either leaving your Cave of Comfort for the local comic book shop or just be a heathen … Continue reading Pull List- Superman’s Identity, Breaking Into America, & Assassin High School

The Institute: Book Review

In a career that spans over five decades, Stephen King has been terrifying his readers. He has created some of the most nefarious characters in literature, from the demonic clown of It to the psychotic nurse in Misery. He has been described by many as the “King of Horror”, but to his most loyal readers (Constant Readers) that name is a gross misconception. The Institute, … Continue reading The Institute: Book Review

Crisis On Infinite Earths- Was [SPOILER’S] Death… Kinda Lame?

After a year of waiting, the CW’s Crisis On Infinite Earths has finally arrived and things have started off with a bang. In the opening minutes of the first episode, of five, we caught glimpses to Tim Burton’s Batman, DC Universe’s Titans (big surprise here), and a hysterical run-in with Robin from the Adam West Batman days. It was clear that Crisis is here not … Continue reading Crisis On Infinite Earths- Was [SPOILER’S] Death… Kinda Lame?