The world was a much different place in 2018. Thanos had snapped away half of the world’s population, John Krasinski showed us that being quiet could save our lives, Teddy Perkins arrived to give us all nightmares, Bill Hader’s, Barry became our favorite hitman aspiring to act, and July 25, 2018, was the last time we had a new issue of Brian K. Vaughan and … Continue reading Saga- How Maybe the Beloved Comic Could Be Returning Soon… No, Seriously!
I woke up this morning anxious. Maybe more giddiness. Or maybe it was actually anxious. Not anxious in that “I know my boss has totally been reading my messages between my co-workers and I” but more the first day of school anxious/giddy. You know, where you’re so excited so you sleep in the clothes you’re going to wear the following day because you think they … Continue reading Community Table Read- A Celebration of Greendale
This whole quarantine thing has been a bit surreal, he said as quite the understatement. As we speak, I’ve just completed my second month working from home. My beard is full. My hair is long and unruly. I’ve fallen in love with headbands. And I’m more or less swearing off real pants going forward. Who needs them? There’s no question that quarantine has been quite … Continue reading Why The Community Table Read Should Leave You Cautiously Optimistic
Being stuck inside has it’s ups and downs. Ups, you don’t have to wear pants with buttons on them and I haven’t for six straight weeks now. Some would call that living the dream. On the flip side of that, downs would be not getting to see friends and family without the use of technological marvels like Zoom or FaceTime. Ups though, dance parties. Constant … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy- James Gunn’s Mega Awesome Mix
With the world more or less on the pause button, I Am Geek has had to shift directions in what we present to you the reader. There hasn’t been a ton of new content to discuss which makes sense considering there’s a virus sweeping the globe preventing us from doing pretty much anything. You know it’s bad when Disney pushes back their film slate completely. … Continue reading I Am Geek Current Quarantine Obsessions
Typically April 1st is best known as the national day of fooling which is just a confusing way of phrasing April Fool’s Day. A Day when you have that one family member or friend who always takes it just a little too far thus leaving a tension in the air that would make the Rock and Vin Diesel take notice. But for those of us … Continue reading I Am Geek Top Ten Community Episodes
Depending on when you officially started, we’re either on day nine, eleven, or day eight hundred forty-nine of social distancing/quarantine. I know I’m not reinventing the wheel here when I say, it feels a lot longer than all the aforementioned day totals. Which on a mathematical scale doesn’t seem like it should be possible yet here we are living in a world where it feels … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine- Life Thus Far…
I don’t think anyone could truly be blamed if they spent the majority of their time on social media falling deeper and deeper into a coronavirus like wormhole. Picture that part in Alice In Wonderland where Alice is falling down the hole but instead of it being dirt and mushrooms picture icky coronavirus like vibes falling past her while also sticking to her soul. Good … Continue reading Community- Six Seasons and Netflix
Geeklings, a happy Monday to you all! Before we get started on today’s brand new Week In Geek, I just wanted to give you a heads up that there might be some changes in the writing schedule as soon as this week. I started a new job today (yay me!) that has a bit of a further commute which kind of eats into my after work … Continue reading Week In Geek- Prime Sales, A King Returns, & Geek Mecca
Geeklings, I was having one of those great lazy days yesterday. I had taken myself a three day weekend, worked out (which admittedly is not that lazy), continued my Stranger Things re-watch (only two episodes left!), hung out poolside with my family, and was really just enjoying the nothing of it all. Not that these things didn’t matter, they mattered a great deal towards strong mental health, … Continue reading … and A Movie?