We are only two days removed from our Quarantine Booklist and already the landscape has changed. Depending on where you live, most states are going on full lockdowns starting Sunday night which means if you have a non-essential job you’re stuck in home doing your non-essential work. Which basically means, you’re going to have a great deal of time to kill. Those eight hours that … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Binge-Watching
One of the problems with owning a website is a very public written record of times where you were wrong. I suppose you can open up a wing in the I Am Geek archives covering the few (more than a few?) times where I just didn’t get it right. Now, I don’t mind being wrong. It happens quite frequently if I’m being honest but when your … Continue reading Stranger Things Season 4- We Know Who the American Is
Disney+ was a pretty easy sell for me. Out of all the streaming services that are on the horizon, the HBO Max, the Peacock (worst name?), and Apple+, Disney was my clear favorite. The only reason I would get the Peacock is to continue streaming The Office but I’m leaning toward downloading the entire series so I just have it forever. HBO Max has my … Continue reading Disney’s Obi-Wan Kenobi Series- How Concerned Should We Be?
I find that there isn’t enough time in the day to discuss the things that I’m enjoying. Granted here at I Am Geek we try to cover all the important things. I’m talking the Avenger Endgames, Stranger Things, Star Wars, or any other big-ticket item that is all the rave on social media or water cooler discussions. I Am Geek is here to cover these … Continue reading I Am Geek Spotlight- Servant
As a thirty-eight-year-old, playing video games has become a bit of a luxury. There just isn’t enough time in the day for yours truly. From working a nine to five, reading comics/books, watching shows/movies, maintaining a social life, writing here on the site… time just moves more rapidly than I’d like. I don’t know how many of you have read Matt Fraction’s Sex Criminals but … Continue reading Playing Video Games As An Adult & A Possible Gaming Sin
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
Should auld acquaintance be forgot,/and never brought to mind?/Should auld acquaintance be forgot,/and auld lang syne? Geeklings, we did it! We’re here. The end of the year is upon us. As I sit here reflecting on the year that was, I can’t help but think of Jason Mendoza when I say “my year started about a year ago…” Doesn’t’ that kind of perfectly sum up … Continue reading I Am Geek Best of 2019 Part 1 (#10-6)
Geeklings, you would think with the end of the year only two weeks away that things would start to slow down on the pop culture landscape. You know, give us some time to finish some things and prepare for the awesome that is surely coming in 2020. That’s logical thinking and if 2019 has taught us anything it’s that logical thinking needs to get thrown … Continue reading Week In Geek- Star Wars (!!), The Witcher Arrives, & Goodbye Friend w/ Mr. Robot
When you take a moment to think about it, 2019 has kind of been the year of endings. Such a large number of things that I love have been calling it quits this year. Whether it was Game of Thrones, The Good Place/BoJack Horseman (really ending in 2020 but 2019 started the ball rolling), Endgame is ushering a new era for the MCU, the final chapter in Breaking Bad … Continue reading Have We Seen The Mr. Robot Ending?
Geeklings, it’s been just about three weeks. Three weeks. The days have most likely felt longer. A bit colder. Perhaps at times all was lost. What does the world even mean if there is no new content on I Am Geek, but whatever it is it’s not an ideal world. I know for a fact that it’s not one I want to live in. But I’m here today … Continue reading The Return