Sunday morning I woke up feeling like my face had been melted. Now sure, some of that probably had to do with the amount of vodka I drank the night before. At one point I turned to my wife and asked why don’t we drink more vodka only to discover why the following morning. But underneath that hangover was a man who was all types … Continue reading DC Fandome- An Absolute Success
Geeklings, we are only a few short days away from DC Fandome and let me tell you, I’m getting antsy in my pantsy. Perhaps it’s the yearning for a collection of new content that has me hyped considering COVID has sucked up all that is awesome this year. Perhaps it’s the need to see more of Matt Reeve’s Batman or James Gunn’s Suicide Squad that … Continue reading DC Fandome Schedule Is HERE!
In a year without comic cons we’ve had to turn our attention to the internet. Even years with cons we turn our attention to the internet but this year more than ever. We can’t go to convention centers because #pandemic so we need to get our fixes somewhere and the internet seems to be the safest place. Well, the safest place not to contract a … Continue reading Does Disney Have An Online “Con” Planned For 2020?
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
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?
It would seem that the future of the DC Cinematic Universe is emerging out of the darkness into something a little more bright and promising, a theme that has been missing from just about every DC movie that isn’t Wonder Woman or Aquaman. There is a sense of optimism that surrounds the DCEU currently, almost a Rebrith of its own, with Shazam! getting glowing reviews, … Continue reading DC Doesn’t Need Zack Snyder or The Snyder Cut
This year’s CW Arrowverse crossover gave us a lot to get excited about. For starters, we finally got our first look at Ruby Rose’s Batwoman, and she kicked alllllll types of butt. Not only was Gotham City mentioned but also visited as the gang battled the crazies over in Arkham Asylum which was full of Batman easter eggs including Bane’s mask, Scarecrow’s terror serum, and … Continue reading What Crisis On Infinite Earths Means For the Arrowverse
Last year was not a good year for the Arrowverse. Outside of Black Lightning and Legends of Tomorrow (which I heard was stellar), it was kind of a down year for everyone’s favorite CW superheroes. The Flash focused too hard on being light and funny that it kind of lost track of what made the show great. The introduction of Elastic Man didn’t help either as he single-handedly became the worst part of … Continue reading Is the Arrowverse Jumping the Shark With Batwoman?
I had grown a little frustrated with Marvel comics as of late. That’s not easy for me to admit, being an unabashed Marvel kid, but it was true. It started with the botching of Secret Empire, a series that started off as something daring and refreshing but ended with a generic Marvel crossover ending lacking any substance or consequence. The disappointment I felt was pretty real … Continue reading A Tale of Two Movies
Hey Geeklings! Our good friend Eric Landro has returned to I Am Geek with a brand new post, and I must say, this is some of his best work yet. There’s a lot of passion here and one of the best things about Eric writing for us is watching him grow with a writer. Looking forward to posting more of his stuff. This is exactly … Continue reading Superman: The Movie vs. Man of Steel