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Would I Actually Visit Jurassic Park?

After five movies and two books these are the things I know about dinosaur parks… A T-Rex could eat you while you’re in the bathroom Some dinosaurs will sneak into your car, spit in your face causing blindness, make you try and appreciate their neckwear, and then eat you when you don’t compliment them. If you’re in a tree you risk being sneezed on by … Continue reading Would I Actually Visit Jurassic Park?

Week In Geek- High Scool Apocalypse, Dinosaurs, & A Netflix Cornacopua of Announcements

Geeklings, how we doing on this mostly fine Monday in mid-September? That’s right, we’re halfway through the month of September meaning we’re closer to my birthday (only ten days away) in case you wanted to send gifts my way. I don’t want you guys to ever feel like you can’t even send me gifts. Ever. Speaking of birthday gifts, my soon to be wife gave … Continue reading Week In Geek- High Scool Apocalypse, Dinosaurs, & A Netflix Cornacopua of Announcements

Stranger Things Trailer Breakdown- This Is A Code Red

Today had already been a pretty solid day. Marvel announced that JJ Abrams would be writing a Spider-Man mini-series with his son this September. Image announced that Matt Fraction (Hawkeye, Sex Criminals) had signed an exclusive original graphic novel deal with them. People have been speculating what the perfect Marvel character would be for Keanu Reeves to portray. All and all it had been a … Continue reading Stranger Things Trailer Breakdown- This Is A Code Red

Week In Geek- Dinosaurs, Power Man, & Upside Down Comics

Geeklings, what is going on?! Welcome back to I Am Geek and after a couple of lackluster writing weeks, I’ve got this feeling that this week… this week is going to be much better. You see Geeklings, my work schedule has not been the best as of late considering I’ve been putting in late hours and just not having the time I’d like to sit in … Continue reading Week In Geek- Dinosaurs, Power Man, & Upside Down Comics

How Disney Failed Solo

Summer movie season is one of the most exciting aspects of summer besides the weather and the whole no school thing. The summer isn’t spent rolling out award contenders, no, the summer is saved for blockbusters. Think back to your childhood and all the massive movies that were released during summer vacations. Independence Day, Jurassic Park, Spider-Man, and Terminator 2 are some of the biggest summer movies of all time. Over … Continue reading How Disney Failed Solo

Book Shelf- Reading Before The Movie Comes Out

Geeklings, I am up against the clock. I’ve got about three days to read 150 pages. I know that doesn’t sound that stressful, or difficult, and it really isn’t but I’m up against the clock here. Granted, it’s completely a self-inflicted clock that has no real pressure outside of self-inflicted pressure, but it’s a clock none the less. If you recall in yesterdays super lame Week In Geek I mentioned … Continue reading Book Shelf- Reading Before The Movie Comes Out