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 a rainy Tuesday out in my neck of the woods. The humidity is at that gross level where when it’s not raining you wish it was to purge the air off your skin. You want to not sleep with the air conditioner but you also don’t want your bedding to get damp because of the air coming in through the window you have to … Continue reading Suicide Squad Trailer- Important Questions About Starfish
You can say a lot of things about the internet, and not all of it would be good, but there are days when it certainly delivers the goods. Especially on days where you’re just scrolling through your feed reading interviews with Anthony Mackie concerning the Falcon and the Winter Soldier finale. The internet is there to let us know of all the random special days … Continue reading National Superhero Day- Two Issues To Best Celebrate Spider-Man
I was talking with my wife the other day about homework. Neither one of us have been in school for quite some time but the subject came up and I couldn’t help but feel that I miss homework. Not in a crippling way. It’s not like the “one who got away” and I sit here pining for hours of studies to do after work, but … Continue reading Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach
The pandemic has really put quite the damper of the 2020 Marvel year, hasn’t it? Think about it, we were prime for sooooo much Marvel goodness this year. There was going to be Black Widow kicking off Phase Four and probably giving Nat the sendoff she deserves while introducing what is to come next for the MCU following Thanos and all things Infinity Stone related. … Continue reading Did The MCU Just Find Its Kang the Conqueror?!
What?! Double the trailer goodness today?! That’s right, not only did we get a brand new trailer for season two of The Umbrella Academy but Amazon decided that today would make a most terrific day to drop the trailer for season two of The Boys. And Geeklings, they weren’t wrong. It’s odd, I’ve always kind of associated these shows together. They don’t have much in … Continue reading The Boys Season Two Trailer- Violence, Mayhem, and Billy Joel
I’ve been quarantined or social distancing for close to four months at this point. Four. Months. That’s crazy. In four months, I’ve played a lot of Animal Crossing, I’ve binged a lot of television, we’re talking amounts that would be alarming to others, and I’ve read a number of books and graphic novels. In those four months, as previously discussed, I have not gone to … Continue reading I Am Geek MCU Movie Rankings (Updated)
Wednesday has always been a favorite day of the week for us here at I Am Geek. Not only does it symbolize that the current week is halfway done, “hummmmp daaaaaaay”, but it’s also the celebration of the greatest weekly tradition. New. Comic. Book. Day. I live for Wednesday. I Am Geek lives for Wednesday. There is just something so pure about knowing that there … Continue reading New Comic Tuesday?- How DC Is Making Things A Bit Difficult For LCBS
Geeklings, it’s been months since I’ve had the opportunity to say this so please give me a minute to give this moment the grandeur it deserves. HAPPY NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! That’s right, after two looooooong months we finally have new comics to read as Wednesday starts to make sense again. Granted, this isn’t a traditional New Comic Book Day, I’m aware that not all of your local comic … Continue reading New Comics AND The Snyder Cut