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?
Geeklings, what is going on?! Hopefully, this Monday finds you indoors and warm as the first real snowy mix is heading my way here on the east coast. That gets a resounding “yuck” from yours truly. I hate snow. I hate it so much. Don’t give me any of that “but it looks so pretty” because that lasts like three seconds before all the muck. Plus, it means it’s cold out and winter is here (no longer coming) and winter is just this loooong, dark, vortex holding us hostage until the sun re-emerges with warmth and spring. But I don’t want to talk about snow. I’m like Anakin Skywalker with sand when it comes to snow. I hate it.
I’m the type of person when watching a trailer for something that looks especially tasty and I find out that there’s a book/comic attached it means nothing else can happen until I read the source material. I feel like I owe it to the author to consume the story how it was initially created. Sure, this all feeds into my OCD problems, like how my … Continue reading Difficulties In Reading Dated Source Material
Geeklings, I have returned after a very successful, very exhausting, two day New York Comic Con adventure. Much fun was had but let me tell you, those two days really take a toll on the body. Nothing but walking and geeking out mixed in with waking up early… I’m starting to believe that I need extra vacation days to recover from my NYCC vacation. I … Continue reading Week In Geek- El Camino Arrives & First Look At Rick and Morty
Geeklings, as alluded to on Monday’s Week In Geek, the most wonderful time of the year has arrived. San Diego Comic-Con is here and with it comes an avalanche of pop culture news. Prepare to be crushed under the weight of new trailers, announcements, surprise guests, and so much more. SDCC is the gift that keeps on giving and this weekend’s heat advisory has given me permission to … Continue reading San Diego Comic-Con- Days 1 & 2
There is no doubt that the relationship between Netflix and Marvel is strained at best. The announcement of Diseney+ put the writing on the wall for the majority of the Netflix owned Marvel series. If Disney/Marvel was going to introduce a competing streaming service it seemed pretty obvious that Netflix would no longer be willing to play ball, and from a business standpoint, I can’t … Continue reading Does Netflix Still Care About Jessica Jones?
Geeklings, how are we doing on this fine Monday? I have to say, I’m doing pretty swell. I’m still reeling over Captain Marvel and have switched into full MCU mode with Endgame literally right around the corner now. At this point, I just wish I could stay home from work and watch all things MCU and write about them, but nooooooo Kevin has to have … Continue reading Week In Geek- The Twilight Zone, GoT Episode Length, & End of An Era
It snowed in my neck of the woods today. There was a list of things I wanted to do as the snow fell. Including- finishing my binge reading of Deadly Class watch my screener for episode two of Doom Patrol catch up on all of The Flash and Arrow have terribly fallen behind in trying to establish a host site for podcast adventures read more of You so I can read the sequel … Continue reading The Snow Day That Never Was
Often times I sit at my desk at work and ponder what I’m going to write for the day. Honestly speaking, that list goes through an infinite amount of changes throughout the day. For a number of reasons. Sometimes it’s because something more relevant or topical shows up in my feed and there’s no way I can possibly ignore it. Other times it’s because I … Continue reading Greatest Television Characters Of All Time List… Prep
Geeklings, it appears that I have survived the move! The Fortress of Nerditude is no more after five glorious years of existence. I’ll tell you something Geeklings, you couldn’t imagine how much crap I had/have. For serious. I thought this move was going to be easy, it’s literally across the hall, and around hour two of moving on Friday I had a panic attack. I … Continue reading Week In Geek- A Mega Marvel Week & Elseworlds