Getting Back On Task & Tom King’s Rorschach

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

I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Binge-Watching

We are only two days removed from our Quarantine Booklist and already the landscape has changed. Depending on where you live, most states are going on full lockdowns starting Sunday night which means if you have a non-essential job you’re stuck in home doing your non-essential work. Which basically means, you’re going to have a great deal of time to kill. Those eight hours that … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Binge-Watching

I Am Geek Best of 2019 Part 2 (#5-1)

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 2 (#5-1)

Week In Geek- Trailer Extravaganza

Geeklings, I know that this is the part where I swoop in all full of energy and wish you a happy Monday. You know the intro, it borderlines almost over-enthusiastic that might bring a response like  “yeah, I guess I’m hyped too but take it down a notch, will ya”. But instead of that intro I just wanted to take a moment and say thank … Continue reading Week In Geek- Trailer Extravaganza

SDCC Day 3- The Watchmen, Picard Returns, & Marvel’s Big Night

That’s not just the heat that has you short of breath, sweating in weird areas, and thinking that you were a victim of The Snap when you walk outside (sorry, I’m not calling it The Blip). No, a lot of that fire that you’re feeling is coming from San Diego as Day Three of SDCC brought the fire, the heat, and any other hot analogies … Continue reading SDCC Day 3- The Watchmen, Picard Returns, & Marvel’s Big Night

DC Doesn’t Need Zack Snyder or The Snyder Cut

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

Week In Geek- Doomsday Clock Strikes, Crisis On Earth X, & Deadpool Teaches Us To Paint

Geeklings, what is going on?! A very happy Monday to you all and hopefully the majority of you have a short week ahead of you. I am one of those lucky ones having off Thanksgiving and Black Friday and for that, I am very, very thankful. I plan on doing some laundry, maybe trying to finish Sleeping Beauties which has been the bane of my reading … Continue reading Week In Geek- Doomsday Clock Strikes, Crisis On Earth X, & Deadpool Teaches Us To Paint

“Everything is preordained. Even my responses”

This week was a pretty spectacular “Kevin Love All Things Comic & Super Hero Related” week as I alluded to in my Pull List column. Those episodes of The Flash and Arrow had me all types of excited as did the newest issues of Secret Empire and The Flash (“The Button” conclusion) and I found myself finally catching up on my comics and wanting to dive into older episodes of Arrow and The Flash. Needless to say, … Continue reading “Everything is preordained. Even my responses”