I woke up this morning with a bit of premonition. Something I was feeling in my bones or the tent poles to your skin. Now premonitions can be tricky things. Sometimes you wake up with the premonition that today is going to be one of those days. You get that feeling like there’s this invisible fog wall of doom you’re walking through until something goes … Continue reading The Mandalorian- The Trailer That Wasn’t But The Cover Story That Was
Reviews are one of those things that are incredibly important while also not mattering at all. I know that’s a weird thing to say considering I take a lot of time out of my life to write reviews on various subjects. In part, my reviews are for me to get my thoughts of something out into the world and to let you know if something … Continue reading Review Bombing- Why Is This A Thing?
We’ve been living in a world with a serious lack of The Mandalorian season two information. We’ve heard that the show wrapped production before COVID hit shutting everything down. We’ve heard rumors that Ahsoka Tano would be appearing with Sabine Wren from Rebels to kickstart a new spinoff series. We know there have been rumors that Boba Fett could be returning or his armor could … Continue reading The Mandalorian Season 2 Release Date and What It Means For Other Disney+ Shows
I always get a little nervous when I put something out in the universe that depends on the involvement of others to get off the ground. When I came to you last week looking to create the first ever I Am Geek Mailbag, I had already written two columns in my head. The first column where there was actual participation and I answered all your … Continue reading I Am Geek Mailbag Vol. 1
After five movies and two books these are the things I know about dinosaur parks… A T-Rex could eat you while you’re in the bathroom Some dinosaurs will sneak into your car, spit in your face causing blindness, make you try and appreciate their neckwear, and then eat you when you don’t compliment them. If you’re in a tree you risk being sneezed on by … Continue reading Would I Actually Visit Jurassic Park?
Geeklings, it’s hot out. The type of hot where when I leave my air-conditioned room, I am instantly filled with regret. Maybe even a little shame. The type of regret that feels like sweat. It’s like walking directly into a wet hot blanket that just wants to hug all of you. Yeah, that’s pretty gross. Oddly enough Hudson the Cat seems to love it. He’s … Continue reading The First Ever I Am Geek Mailbag Is Coming Soon
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
Before the pandemic hit it seemed like we were well on our way to more Stranger Things awesomeness sooner rather than later. A short teaser showed us that Hopper was indeed The American, and here I thought that was George Clooney, and was apart of a Russian chain gang. The scripts had been written and ready to roll. Production had begun aaaannnnd then #pandemic. Much … Continue reading Stranger Things- Season Four Is Not the End
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!
No year would be complete without me coming here and gracing your eyeholes with a post about my reading struggles. Now, before we get into the “meat and potatoes” of this column, I do want to preface that I am killing it with my yearly reading challenge. Like Michael Myers style… get it? Because he’s a killer? No? Whatever guys, whatever. Weird horror movie analogies … Continue reading Annual Reading Dilemma