As a casual video game player, I was willing to wait out the Playstation 5 for a little bit. Kind like the super popular girl in high school waits out invitations to the prom. She’ll listen to all of them but she’s really waiting for that one specific invite to say yes to while also providing false hope into those who clearly do not stand … Continue reading Sooooo, Looks Like I Need A PS5
It was at 8:45 this morning when I discovered that I was over this Monday. I’m not usually like that either. Monday tends not to bother me. I’m not Garfield. Sure, waking up early, saying goodbye to the weekend, and going to work kind of bites but it’s not soul-crushing for me. By no means is this me bragging. If you guys hate Mondays, I … Continue reading Week In Geek- Locke & Key Coming Soon, Morbius Trailer Is “Okay”, & Boring Oscars
by Jerrold Reber “We all have our secrets. We just didn’t get to yours yet.” And with that, just a scant few seconds into the first trailer for the latest James Bond installment No Time To Die, we discover just how quickly Bond springs back into action. The franchise will release a record 25th film as part of the long-lasting franchise, first introduced to audiences … Continue reading James Bond: No Time To Die Trailer Breakdown
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
Another Monday, another jam-packed Week In Geek. How we doing out there Geeklings? There have been tons of comings and goings over the last few days. I celebrated a birthday (thank you, thank you), Spider-Man rejoined the MCU (happiest of happy days), I got a Switch, The Institute by Stephen King is demanding all of my free time, but so is my Breaking Bad re-watch … Continue reading Week In Geek- NYCC Is Here, Goodbye Friend, & The Joker Arrives
A month ago a large majority of us lost our mind when Sony announced that Spider-Man would be leaving the MCU. It was the type of betrayal that was on par with Zack Morris dating Lisa Turtle. Not only was that a shitty thing to do to Screech but what about your audience? Presenting us with a relationship that would so obviously work so late … Continue reading Could Spider-Man End Up Back In the MCU?
Do you know what relief is, Geeklings? It’s coming here on a Monday for a brand new edition of the Week In Geek and actually having content to discuss with you guys. I’ll be honest, these last few weeks over summer have been kind of rough. There hasn’t been a whole lot going on and I’ve spent most of my time acting like Fry’s dog hoping that … Continue reading Week In Geek- Dave Chappelle Returns, Darth Rey (?!), & SNL Welcomes Back A Major Cast Member
Oh, these dog days of summer. While we still have a week left in August we are rapidly heading into fall. Pumpkin themed everything has already made itself known and the summer box office has all but closed down for the season. We’re now left to shift gears. From jeans to shorts. From iced tea to pumpkin spice. From baseball to football. This back half … Continue reading Did Breaking Bad Steal Disney’s Thunder?
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! What a twenty-four hours it has been, huh? I know that most of us are kind of thrown into a bit of tizzy with Sony and Marvel seemingly parting ways leaving us with a Spider-Man sized void in the MCU. I’m not going to lie, I’m stressed. And not to re-hash a column I … Continue reading Pull List- A Batman Shocker, X-Men Reveals, & Rocket Raccoon Brings the Feels
“Mr. Feige… I don’t feel so good” We should have known that this was going to happen. The writing has been on the wall for quite some time and yet we ignored it. Call it true believer optimism or just the logical thought process of continuing a smart business plan that brings in billions of dollars. We allowed ourselves to get comfortable even though we should … Continue reading This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things- Sony Takes Back Spider-Man