“I have the poooooower!!” As a child, this is something that I would yell quite frequently while running around with my plastic Power Sword or sitting in front of my Eternia playset or Castle Grayskull with my many, many action figures. Because as a kid, He-Man was life. He-Man was the guy. The bad guy was a freakin skeleton and there were people in this … Continue reading Masters of the Universe Revelation- A Return to Eternia, Castle Grayskull, & Home
Enough is enough… where the hell is the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer?! Like, seriously. What’s going on here?! Honestly, I’m surprised that we haven’t gotten it yet and not because the movie is only five months away. No, Sony has a reputation of doing whatever they want concerning Spider-Man despite the ramifications it could have on unreleased MCU projects. Remember when they released the … Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home Trailer- Ummm, Release It Already
The Shang-Chi trailer dropped a little less than a week ago and I’ve been practicing throwing water into the air and moving through it without getting wet to no avail since. At least I’m doing the practicing here in the comforts of my air-conditioned bedroom because lawd is it disgustingly hot outside. The type of hot where you leave the air conditioner on for Hudson … Continue reading Shang-Chi Trailer- Two Surprise Guests
Waiting can often be the hardest part of anticipation. Often times we get excited about something, say, like the ninth Fast and the Furious movie, and then a pandemic hits and we are unable to live our lives a quarter-mile at a time. This type of waiting can help to further build the anticipation and excitement for something, like Vin Diesel in an array of … Continue reading Rick and Morty- The Woes of Being An Older Fan
This story starts where most of our current stories now begin… during the pandemic. It was a time of longer hair, apocalypse beards, beer deliveries, and a complete lack of seeing anyone who wasn’t the Mrs. or Hudson the Cat outside of a Zoom call. Times were bleak. Times were different. What else was there for us to do other than watch… Venom? Hey listen, … Continue reading Venom: Let There Be Carnage- A Buddy Comedy In the Making?
You can say a lot of things about the internet, and not all of it would be good, but there are days when it certainly delivers the goods. Especially on days where you’re just scrolling through your feed reading interviews with Anthony Mackie concerning the Falcon and the Winter Soldier finale. The internet is there to let us know of all the random special days … Continue reading National Superhero Day- Two Issues To Best Celebrate Spider-Man
I recently purchased a Marvel Legends Captain America Shield. That’s not a brag, although I suppose it kind of is because the shield is awesome, but it helps give context for the rest of this piece. You probably have figured it out by now, if you’ve been reading this site for the past five years or so, but I love collecting things. Always have. When … Continue reading Falcon and the Winter Soldier- Is The Shield The Show’s True Villain & Can It Be Redeemed?
Geeklings, it so good to be back. I’m sorry for the lack of content last week but work was a bit, uh, hectic. Life-consuming. Exhausting. Seven days. We’re talking about a sixty-hour workweek that left me with little or no time for anything let alone writing for your beautiful eyeholes. I was so busy and consumed with work last week that I didn’t read anything … Continue reading Week In Geek- Stunners, Snyder Cut, & Falcon and the Winter Soldier
*sigh* … … … … *siiiiiiiiiigggggghhhhh* Oh, hello. Sorry, I’m just feeling a bit bummed. Why you ask? Well, we should be at the very start of con season right about now. Geeks everywhere should be putting the finishing touches on their cosplays, mapping out arenas, finalizing photo ops or signings, finding their most comfortable shoes, and most importantly, getting ready for the best weekend … Continue reading Funko Con Exclusives- A Timeline of Madness
Finishing a book is usually one of my favorite feelings in the world. It’s right up there with whenever tacos are presented or when Hudson the Cat makes steady eye contact and then slow blinks at me. Finishing a book is a sense of victory and no matter how many books I’ve finished, and there have been a bunch, that feeling never goes away. And … Continue reading Books- The Ever Expanding To-Read Pile & How I Want To Read Something Else