I Am Geek MCU Movie Rankings (Updated)

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)

Who Has the Best Dramatic Entrances In The MCU?

There’s something to be said about the dramatic entrance that just gets the blood pumping. A dramatic entrance so badass that the adrenaline starts coursing through the veins making you believe that you can run through a wall… don’t try this. You can’t. A dramatic entrance so spectacular that you start to consider trying to top it the next time you’re invited out to meet … Continue reading Who Has the Best Dramatic Entrances In The MCU?

Black Widow- Taskmaster & the Multiverse

When Marvel Studios announced that their first film in the much-hyped Phase Four, the post Endgame era, would be a Black Widow movie it raised a few eyebrows. For some, it seemed a little late, even before we take the events of Endgame into consideration, and that doing a Black Widow movie now seemed to miss the window of a prime release. Now once you … Continue reading Black Widow- Taskmaster & the Multiverse

Week In Geek- MCU Mega TV Trailer, Netflix’s Locke & Key, & Fast 9 (!!!)

Geeklings, it’s the Monday after the Super Bowl, I didn’t win any of my pools, I had to work, and I’m in the process of getting sick. Yay February 3rd! I’m more concerned about the sickness part than anything else honestly. Nose is stuffy. Throat is sore. Body is tired. I’m in a general state of “meh”. I could most certainly use a nap… and … Continue reading Week In Geek- MCU Mega TV Trailer, Netflix’s Locke & Key, & Fast 9 (!!!)

Black Widow Trailer- Celebrating the Legacy Of Natasha Romanoff

Waking up at five o’clock in the morning blows. There’s no way around it, it just sucks. I would love to sleep until six, seven, eight o’clock but there is too much to be done and no time to waste. I can hear you now, “what could you possibly have to do at five o’clock in the morning” and the answer is mostly work out … Continue reading Black Widow Trailer- Celebrating the Legacy Of Natasha Romanoff

Week In Geek-Scorsese To Netflix, Knives Everywhere, & Star Wars Hype

Geeklings, a very Happy Monday to you all! How was everyone’s weekend? Did you get to see Frozen 2 and all its glory? Cause man, let me tell you Geeklings, I loved it. Like sincerely. I absolutely loved it. It was so charming and sweet and emotional and just… the power of Disney animation, am I right? If you didn’t get to see it hopefully … Continue reading Week In Geek-Scorsese To Netflix, Knives Everywhere, & Star Wars Hype

Stranger Things Season 4- …and What Does It Mean

I like to liken my fandoms to the Chappelle character, Tyrone Biggums. Now I know there is a whole generation who might not know what the Chappelle Show is, and it hurts my heart something fiercely, but I like to believe that Chappelle’s resurfacing in standup has pointed a lot of new fans toward this classic sketch comedy show. I refuse to believe that there … Continue reading Stranger Things Season 4- …and What Does It Mean

Pull List- National Comic Book Day, All the Ghost Riders, and Deadly Class Back In Session

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! And what a fine New Comic Book Day it is. I’m still riding the high from the surprise El Camino trailer yesterday and that has made for a most excellent transition into the excitement for new comics. Granted, none of today’s comics deal with a chemistry teacher who gets lung cancer and becomes a … Continue reading Pull List- National Comic Book Day, All the Ghost Riders, and Deadly Class Back In Session

I Have the Power… Of Nostalgia

When I was a kid there were few things that mattered more than He-Man. If I’m speaking honestly it was probably superheroes, Spider-Man (a class all of his own), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and He-Man. I think He-Man might be the first action figure I can remember playing with… that and Star Wars. But man, I was obsessed. I had all of them from Prince … Continue reading I Have the Power… Of Nostalgia

Spider-Man Far From Home Review- A New Phase Begins

Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. Ever since I was two years old, I’ve wanted to be Spider-Man. It’s a strange thing to say as an adult but that idea of wanting to be Spider-Man has never stopped, it’s just evolved. Because what is Spider-Man? He’s that every man. The most relatable superhero of all time. A man who is trying to balance being the best … Continue reading Spider-Man Far From Home Review- A New Phase Begins