Sometimes you don’t know how badly you wanted something until it randomly shows up in your Twitter timeline. For example, I didn’t know how badly I needed a shark who wears board shorts until I saw King Shark in the Suicide Squad trailer. Now I can’t imagine a world without that guy. We all didn’t know how much we needed a Baby Yoda until that … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife- I Ain’t Afraid Of No… Mini Stay Puft Marshmallow Men?!
Over the years, I Am Geek has begun a long-standing tradition of finding things in pop culture that are worthy of life sacrifice. That may sound a bit dramatic but if you’ve been reading over the years then you know that we celebrate being dramatic here at I Am Geek. How else are you supposed to properly convey your emotions towards the things you love? … Continue reading The Suicide Squad- My Undying Love For King Shark
Trailers are secretly the best gift to get randomly during the week. Think back to last week when James Gunn Tweeted on Thursday, we’d be getting a trailer for The Suicide Squad. Suddenly not only were we excited for new episodes of Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the premiere of Invincible but we had a big-budget comic book movie trailer to get excited about … Continue reading Trailer Dump- Saw, Rick and Morty, & The Bad Batch
Once upon a time, I came on this very website and proclaimed my undying love for the DC movie, Suicide Squad… before it was released that is. But that trailer though, it looked incredible. It looked like DC was trying to slap together a team that could rival the MCU’s Guardians of the Galaxy and they used Bohemian Rhapsody to do it. There’s no easier … Continue reading Suicide Squad Trailer- Let’s Give It A… Hand
When I was younger March 18th was assumed to be National Hangover Day. As a good Irish boy, I love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day; green beer, green bagels, green clothes, “Kiss Me I’m Irish”, the works! And sure, when I was younger I might have overindulged a wee bit which usually resulted in waking up on the 18th with a shamrock painted on my cheek … Continue reading The Snyder Cut- A Reward For Toxic Fandom
Sunday morning I woke up feeling like my face had been melted. Now sure, some of that probably had to do with the amount of vodka I drank the night before. At one point I turned to my wife and asked why don’t we drink more vodka only to discover why the following morning. But underneath that hangover was a man who was all types … Continue reading DC Fandome- An Absolute Success
Geeklings, we are only a few short days away from DC Fandome and let me tell you, I’m getting antsy in my pantsy. Perhaps it’s the yearning for a collection of new content that has me hyped considering COVID has sucked up all that is awesome this year. Perhaps it’s the need to see more of Matt Reeve’s Batman or James Gunn’s Suicide Squad that … Continue reading DC Fandome Schedule Is HERE!
In a year without comic cons we’ve had to turn our attention to the internet. Even years with cons we turn our attention to the internet but this year more than ever. We can’t go to convention centers because #pandemic so we need to get our fixes somewhere and the internet seems to be the safest place. Well, the safest place not to contract a … Continue reading Does Disney Have An Online “Con” Planned For 2020?
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)
San Diego Comic-Con has always been a bucket list item for yours truly. Kind of like the Mecca of Geekdom for me. A great pilgrimage where I would travel across the country in an attempt to make it into the fabled Hall H so I can geek out with thousands of friends I’ve never met. Geeklings, this is the dream and I like to believe … Continue reading The Year We Comic-Con From Home