When you write over one thousand columns, #notsohumblebrag, there are going to be times where you get things wrong. Sometimes the theory that you devised is so awesome, so incredible that it doesn’t exist on this plane of the multiverse. Some other universe gets to experience your awesome theory come to life while you just sit here like, “shit, maybe I shouldn’t have published that”. … Continue reading Loki- How The Season Finale Primes Up Phase Four of the MCU
Waiting can often be the hardest part of anticipation. Often times we get excited about something, say, like the ninth Fast and the Furious movie, and then a pandemic hits and we are unable to live our lives a quarter-mile at a time. This type of waiting can help to further build the anticipation and excitement for something, like Vin Diesel in an array of … Continue reading Rick and Morty- The Woes of Being An Older Fan
After six looooong weeks, the MCU finally returned last week with the first episode of the much-anticipated Loki or Marvel’s attempt to dip their toe in Doctor Who like storytelling. Sure, for some six weeks isn’t really a long time, but going from zero Marvel content for a year to ten weeks’ worth of content back to none is a bit trying. I’m pretty sure … Continue reading Loki- Yes, The Infinity Stones Mattered
Geeklings, I’m really starting to enjoy these mailbag columns. Yes, I know it’s only the second one we’ve ever done buuuuuut it really helps in a week where work has my brain looking like mashed potatoes that were in the microwave for far too long. How does it help you ask? Well, my mush brain doesn’t have to come up with new content to write. … Continue reading I Am Geek Mailbag Vol. 2- MCU Phase Four
Geeklings, your boy is fully vaccinated! That’s right, shots one and two are in the books which means today… I’m feeling like poop. Is there a more articulate way to phrase that? Sure, there is. Do I have the energy to think of said articulate way? No, I don’t. I will say this though, this overall poopy feeling hanging over my body like some kind … Continue reading I Am Geek Mailbag- Submit MCU Phase 4 Questions Now!
Monday’s the day of the week that needs the most assistance not to be a bag of suck. Tuesday is great because of tacos and because it’s not Monday. Wednesday gives us comic books and is the halfway mark of the week. Thursday is for getting thirsty, or was when I was in college, and also good for tacos. Friday is the end of the … Continue reading Loki- New Trailer & A Possible Bonkers WandaVision Theory
Geeklings, I’m tired and more than a little worn out (#thankswork). I’ve been on the phone so much this week that I’m starting to lose my voice which is giving me this pre-pubescent/Kathleen Turner-like vibe which no one asked for. All I want to do is sit on my couch with the Mrs., Hudson the Cat, and spark up Godzilla vs Kong. That’s literally all … Continue reading The Young Avengers Are Coming To the MCU, Right?!
It’s finally happening. After a global pandemic and some further delays due to, checks notes, a global pandemic, it appears that Black Widow finally has a release date set in stone. Disney is Michael Scott running out of his office in a panic yelling, “it’s happening” much to the relief of the fandom. With the releases of WandaVision and now Falcon and the Winter Soldier, … Continue reading Black Widow- Coming To A Theater and Your Home?
Geeklings, it looks like Black Widow is going to be delayed…again. As far as soft column openings go, I am fully aware that this is the equivalent of someone ripping a band-aid off without telling you they’re going to rip a band-aid off, but I just thought the best course of action here was to be direct. Why mess around? We know the game. It’s … Continue reading Black Widow- Possible Delay Could Force Disney’s Hand
“Vision, is this really happening?” Near the end of the second episode of Wandavision, Wanda poses this question to Vision as she suddenly goes from being without child to very pregnant in a blink of an eye. Yes, the start of the episode sees the couple pull up the covers so they can “get down” in a classic sitcom trope, but the mathematics of the … Continue reading Wandavision- An Exploration Of Loss, Grief, & and How We Cope