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?
As I was driving into work this morning listening to the Bill Simmons Podcast talk about what quarterbacks would be going where during the offseason it dawned on me, I miss football. I miss the Sunday get-togethers. I miss bitching about how bad the New York Football Giants are. I miss the food, my god the food. But most of all, I missed the fantasy … Continue reading Fantasy Sports Are Cool But How About Fantasy Pop Culture?
I haven’t been sleeping well the last couple of nights. That really has nothing to do with today’s column but it’s been weighing on me. Sometimes I get indigestion/heartburn, like the thirty-eight-year-old man that I am, and laying down makes it worse so I fall asleep sitting up in the living room starting my slow transition to my bedroom. This wouldn’t be a problem if … Continue reading Week In Geek- Goodbye To BoJack Horseman & The Good Place, Fast 9 Trailer, & More
Geeklings, welcome to another installment of the Week In Geek and let me tell you something. I. Am. Fired. Up. I don’t know what it is exactly. Perhaps it was watching the Giants come from behind win last night. I’ve been hyper-critical about the Giants drafting Daniel Jones at the sixth spot, and stand by that judgment. Jones wasn’t going anywhere and they probably could … Continue reading Week In Geek- Last of Us II (finally), An Old Friend On the Run, & the Good Place
Geeklings, Happy Labor Day! While the calendar says we still have a few weeks left of actual summer, Labor Day tends to say otherwise. It’s time for the kids to head back to school. The weather begins to shift. Football has returned. All surefire signs that the seasons are changing. I will still adhere to my very strick, no jeans until October rule but there’s … Continue reading Week In Geek- A Trip Back To Derry, Titans Return, & The Joker
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! And let me tell you something, I really needed this pick me up. Yesterday I was still basking in the glow of Captain Marvel goodness wanting to watch all things MCU… at once. Then as I was working on a column I got a text informing me that the New York Football Giants traded … Continue reading Pull List- A New Chapter For Ms. Marvel, Grim Batman, & More Than Meets the Eye
You would think as a fan of the New York Football Giants that this time of year would be a bit of a bummer for yours truly. That I would have zero interest in football and would rather spend most of my time either reading comics, binge-watching television, or any. Other. Thing. Than. Watching. Football. And while that seems sort of logical it isn’t the … Continue reading Bold Super Bowl Pop Culture Predictions
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! I hope it finds you not only well but with a butt ton of comics to read. I myself am pretty much caught up on my back pile, which comes as a relief, but also opens the door to creating a new back pile. I can’t stop buying comics and my to-read pile is quickly growing to comical … Continue reading Pull List- Harley Gets Old, All The Spider-People, & Superman and Lois
Geeklings, it’s Monday. I’m not entirely sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. The weekend went entirely too fast and I didn’t get to watch nearly as much Daredevil as I wanted to. In fact, it was only two episodes. I might try and get another one in before the Giants game tonight but not sure if that’s going to happen. One can hope … Continue reading Week In Geek- Spider-Man DLC, Sabrina’s Chilling Adventures, & Something Else (?)
Geeklings, ’tis the season of spooky movies and I feel like I’m in desperate need of some suggestions. I mean, we’re already halfway through October, give or take, and I am really behind on my horror game. Usually, I’m watching horror movies to the point where I’m equal parts immune to them and never want to sleep again. I think part of my problem is … Continue reading In Need Of Horror Movies