Why The Community Table Read Should Leave You Cautiously Optimistic

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

Week In Geek- Return of the Clone Wars & Saul Goodman, & Al Pacino Hunts Nazis

Geeklings, I hope most of you are enjoying a three day weekend and for those of you who aren’t then, I hope you enjoyed your regular sized weekend. I’ve been on both ends of the spectrum so I appreciate those of you who woke up this morning and slothed yourself to work while I slowly transitioned from my bed to my favorite chair. I salute … Continue reading Week In Geek- Return of the Clone Wars & Saul Goodman, & Al Pacino Hunts Nazis

Pull List-A New Dawn, Venom-Hulk, & Superman Smashes

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! New Comic Book Day is always my favorite day of the week but when it’s stacked like today is it just puts things on another level. I’m talking the type of level where you wake up around six in the morning to start reading your books only to carry what’s left to lunch, and … Continue reading Pull List-A New Dawn, Venom-Hulk, & Superman Smashes

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review-A Storytelling Gift

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie opens with a flashback. Jesse and Mike standing in the very spot where Mike is soon destined to die after being shot by Walter White in one the shows biggest, “god damn it Walter” moments. There is no score and the sounds and atmosphere is all New Mexico. It’s beautiful. It’s quiet. The scene carries a weight that extends out of … Continue reading El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie Review-A Storytelling Gift

2019 and the Great Lack of Care of My Emotions

Just stop… please. I’m not sure how much more I can take. Before 2019 I used to believe I was a strong man. An emotional man? Yes, but strong within that emotion. I had resolve. I had strength. A support system. Coping mechanisms. And now… now, I’m just a puddle. An emotionally drained pile of goo that just wants to twirl down the drain so … Continue reading 2019 and the Great Lack of Care of My Emotions

Pull List- The End of PoX, The Return of Doom, & John Carpenter + The Joker

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! Believe it or not, I have been able to pull myself away from all things Breaking Bad/El Camino long enough to write up your favorite weekly comic book column. It helps that I finished my massive re-watch last night. That’s sixty-two episodes of Breaking Bad in less than a month. Yeah, that’s a brag. … Continue reading Pull List- The End of PoX, The Return of Doom, & John Carpenter + The Joker

On the Road With El Camino- Five Questions

It’s been six years since we watched Jesse Pinkman hop in that el Camino, burst through that chain link fence as if the devil was chasing him, putting Walter White in his rearview and looking for some semblance of freedom., At the very least, a life where he wouldn’t be the meth chef captive of a group of neo-Nazis. Freedom is such a tricky word … Continue reading On the Road With El Camino- Five Questions