Today’s column is canceled. Which I’m sure must be weird for you considering you’re currently reading a column. Today. On this site. Yet, here I am telling you that today’s column is canceled. It’s a paradox, I know, but that doesn’t stop the fact that today’s column is canceled. In fact, this isn’t even today’s column. Honestly. I’m not messing with you Geeklings. This isn’t … Continue reading “An Absolutely Remarkable Thing” Happened… Book Feelings Canceled This Column
I’m a book snob. I’m not ever going to deny that. Ever. I’m the type of person who sees the trailer or hears the rumors for a project based on a book and then reads the book before the release. It’s my own personal race against the clock. Will I finish before this comes out? Let’s find out! On top of that, I’m most certainly … Continue reading You Season 2 & The Dismissal of My Book Snobbiness
A good portion of my day is comprised of trying to figure out what I want to write for the day. Some days are easier than others. Those are the days where trailers drop, there are big topics to discuss, or something really sticks in my mind. One of those things where if I don’t talk about this I might just pass out. These topics … Continue reading I Am Geek & The Column That Could Have Been
Social media should really come with a cut off time. It can be different times depending on the person, but just imagine if you weren’t able to use social media after a certain time of day. You can even set it yourself. Suddenly we’re limiting late night posts that one my instantly regret upon waking up or friend requesting a certain someone who you shouldn’t be friend … Continue reading Alien, House Elf, or Other?
I Am Geek has been operating for about three and a half years now. We’ve published over seven hundred columns… seven. Hundred. We have tried to cover the gambit of pop culture awesomeness, and I can honestly say that this last month and a half might have been some of the most fun I’ve had with this site. Avengers Endgame and the final season of … Continue reading Week In Geek- Evil Superman, Stranger Things Promotions, & Meh Aladdin
Geeklings, it kind of feel like it’s all been leading to this doesn’t it? The culmination of everything that I Am Geek has stood for these last three years. We talked about it a couple of weeks ago how April could be the greatest pop culture month of all time, but here we are staring into the face of what could possibly be the greatest … Continue reading Best Week In Geek Ever- Endgame & The Battle of Winterfell
Fiction is a really interesting/powerful thing, he said in a generic/bland writer’s voice. Could there be a more generic opening to a column? I’m not sure, but it doesn’t negate the fact that sometimes the most obvious observations are the ones we often overlook. With that being said, fiction is a really interesting/powerful thing. Often times we read, watch, or even playthings for the hero … Continue reading Does The Night King Need To Speak?
Is there such a thing as being crushed by the need to write something yet not entirely knowing what that something is? If that’s the case then I’ve been carrying that weight since Sunday night. No exaggeration. One of the rewards of running your own website is that it gives you the platform to talk about the things you want to discuss. Sometimes it draws … Continue reading The Gift of Jordan Peele’s Us
Thus far 2018 has been a pretty good reading year for yours truly. I felt that my numbers were down last year and was disappointed with the number of novels I was able to pump out. Graphic novels, on the other hand, I read plenty of those. Hell, if it wasn’t for graphic novels I probably wouldn’t have met my Reading Challenge. This year though, … Continue reading Book Shelf- First Book Quit Of the Year
Geeklings, I saw Logan last night. I kind of want that to sound dramatic and carry weight. Not to be funny or over dramatic but because I think that statement should hold a certain amount of gravity to it. Here, let me try again. Geeklings, I (pauses and gulps)…I saw Logan last night (sighs and nods his head at nothing in particular). There, that seems a little more appropriate. … Continue reading Lighting Those Creative Fuses