I’ve been quarantined or social distancing for close to four months at this point. Four. Months. That’s crazy. In four months, I’ve played a lot of Animal Crossing, I’ve binged a lot of television, we’re talking amounts that would be alarming to others, and I’ve read a number of books and graphic novels. In those four months, as previously discussed, I have not gone to … Continue reading I Am Geek MCU Movie Rankings (Updated)
There’s something to be said about the dramatic entrance that just gets the blood pumping. A dramatic entrance so badass that the adrenaline starts coursing through the veins making you believe that you can run through a wall… don’t try this. You can’t. A dramatic entrance so spectacular that you start to consider trying to top it the next time you’re invited out to meet … Continue reading Who Has the Best Dramatic Entrances In The MCU?
Most weeks we tend to get together on Wednesdays either here at I Am Geek, our local comic book shops (hiiiiiii Android’s Amazing Comics), Twitter, or basically any other place you can get together with friends and discuss the latest crop of comic books. I’ve often referred to New Comic Book Day as my favorite weekly holiday but that doesn’t necessarily mean that comic book related awesomeness … Continue reading Comic Book Round-Up- Catwoman’s Pregnant (?!), A Locke & Key Crossover (?!), & Dan Didio Gone (?!?!?!)
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! How does this fiiiiiiine Wednesday find you? Hopefully on the way to your local comic book shop in pursuit of purchasing new comics. If that’s the case please tell me you’re not reading this while you drive. That’s super unsafe Geeklings! I want you to get comics not crash into a tree. Unless you’re … Continue reading Pull List- Undiscovered Country, Wally West, & Iron Man of the Future…Today
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
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
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! And what a fine New Comic Book Day it is. I’m still riding the high from the surprise El Camino trailer yesterday and that has made for a most excellent transition into the excitement for new comics. Granted, none of today’s comics deal with a chemistry teacher who gets lung cancer and becomes a … Continue reading Pull List- National Comic Book Day, All the Ghost Riders, and Deadly Class Back In Session
Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. Ever since I was two years old, I’ve wanted to be Spider-Man. It’s a strange thing to say as an adult but that idea of wanting to be Spider-Man has never stopped, it’s just evolved. Because what is Spider-Man? He’s that every man. The most relatable superhero of all time. A man who is trying to balance being the best … Continue reading Spider-Man Far From Home Review- A New Phase Begins
Geeklings, what an exciting week we have ahead of us. Many of us believe that June 21st is the official start of the summer. That’s what the calendar tells us anyway. June 21st the longest day of the year kicking off the greatest season of the year, but what if I told you differently. What if I told you that summer didn’t really kick off … Continue reading Week In Geek- Spider-Man Goes on Vacation & We Return to Hawkins
It’s always interesting when a movie sees a re-release in theaters. This is something that typically happens around award season for films that want to remind the academies of their existence. It happens more times then you think. A Star Is Born did a late push last year to try and regain steam after an early release. Deadpool 2 sort of did it with a … Continue reading Is It Too Soon For An Endgame Re-Release?