Jabba ruled with fear. I intend to rule with respect. I don’t know, maybe it was watching The Many Saints of Newark or the upcoming release of Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of the Sopranos or maybe it’s the fifteen-year anniversary of The Departed but I have been craving some mob-like, shady underground stories. The type where Al Pacino is complaining about … Continue reading The Book of Boba Fett Teaser- I Intend To Rule With Respect
On my last day of vacation, I decided to watch Return of the Jedi on Disney+. Normally, I refrain from watching this version of the film because it makes my inner Rancor rage for several reasons that aren’t limited to the concert at Jabba’s palace and ending with the lack of Ewok cartwheels to the tune of “Ewok Celebration”. The thing is, I’m also lazy … Continue reading This Year the Best Star Wars Can Be Found On Your Shelves
Normally Star Wars Day is a day we spend saying “May the 4th be with you” to anyone who we think will tolerate the pun without giving us the finger or dislocating an eyeball from severe eye-rolling. Star Wars Day tends to be the day we get excited for May 5th so we can say things like “Revenge of the 5th” to people who have even less tolerance … Continue reading Could This Be The Best Star Wars Day Ever?
Geeklings, I hope most of you are enjoying a three day weekend and for those of you who aren’t then, I hope you enjoyed your regular sized weekend. I’ve been on both ends of the spectrum so I appreciate those of you who woke up this morning and slothed yourself to work while I slowly transitioned from my bed to my favorite chair. I salute … Continue reading Week In Geek- Return of the Clone Wars & Saul Goodman, & Al Pacino Hunts Nazis
Disney+ was a pretty easy sell for me. Out of all the streaming services that are on the horizon, the HBO Max, the Peacock (worst name?), and Apple+, Disney was my clear favorite. The only reason I would get the Peacock is to continue streaming The Office but I’m leaning toward downloading the entire series so I just have it forever. HBO Max has my … Continue reading Disney’s Obi-Wan Kenobi Series- How Concerned Should We Be?
If you haven’t watched any of the trailers for Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker or read any of the press tours or anything really, you might want to stay away from this column. You have been warned. There are no legit spoilers just theories based on what we’ve seen through trailers and press. I know nothing and you should know by now that I … Continue reading Can the Answers to Rise of Skywalker Be Found In Star Wars Rebels?
Geeklings, it’s hard to believe that in a little over a week 2018 will be leaving us. As I’m getting older I can’t help but notice the frightening speed in which time is passing me by. That’s why I think I ran into the problem of remembering what things came out this year. I mentioned yesterday that I had totally forgotten Black Panther was a 2018 release … Continue reading Best of 2018- Honorable Mentions
There I was today, mostly thinking about what comics I was going to write about for New Comic Book Day over at Fan Fest, when I stole a minute to pop on Facebook. It was there that I saw a fellow Fan Fest writer had posted that the Fox/Disney deal was all but done. You guys remember this, right? I mentioned it awhile back here … Continue reading A Conflict of Emotions- A Fox, Disney, Lucasfilm Story
Happy Sunday everyone! I hope this weekend allowed you all to get a bit of relaxation in, I for one certainly needed it. This last week of work kicked. My. Ass. It was nice to take the weekend and kind of shut everything down for a bit and get ready for what I’m sure is going to be another “classic” week of work. Because of … Continue reading Geeklings Corner
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