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

Week In Geek- …or How I Survived the Flu

Geeklings, I live. What a week it has been for yours truly. It started around Sunday, as most weeks do, where I wasn’t feeling so hot during the Super Bowl. No, it wasn’t just the commercials that had me feeling “meh”, my body was in full “hey, we might be coming down with something” alert. I just figured it would be a cold and was willing … Continue reading Week In Geek- …or How I Survived the Flu

Pull List- Miles Morales Returns, Various Different Batman Books, & A Fantastic Wedding

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! How are we on this most glorious Wednesday? I would imagine you’re pretty stellar considering there are new comics to read and if you’re not then please allow me to help make your day a bit better. We’re all here under the banner of comic fans and the least I can do as the … Continue reading Pull List- Miles Morales Returns, Various Different Batman Books, & A Fantastic Wedding

Week In Geek- Red Sparrow Lands, Atlanta Returns, & the Oscars

Geeklings, how is everyone? It’s Monday. I didn’t get the flu. And it’s time for a brand new Week In Geek. Let’s. Do. The. Thing. 1. Red Sparrow– For those of us who have been waiting for a Black Widow movie allow me to introduce you to Red Sparrow. The Russian spy movie, starring Jennifer Lawrence, that will hold you over until the MCU releases the inevitable Widow film. I’m … Continue reading Week In Geek- Red Sparrow Lands, Atlanta Returns, & the Oscars

Trailers, Trailers, and the Promise of A Trailer

Geeklings, I don’t feel so hot. I’m actually worried that I might have the flu. My immediate thought of the flu is always Stephen King’s The Stand and Captain Trips. It’s like, “oh cool, this will be how I die… or Randal Flagg which is somehow worse”. I don’t think I have the flu, I’m missing some key symptoms (I think), but I know my workplace has … Continue reading Trailers, Trailers, and the Promise of A Trailer