Last night, after a stellar episode of Better Call Saul, I decided not to continue watching the now muted world of professional wrestling but rather continue to read my book. I don’t know, call me weird but it’s difficult to get into Monday Night Raw when there’s no audience. It really amplifies how silly it all is and I’m already highly aware of how silly it all is. … Continue reading What Happens To Lasers When They Miss A Target In Space?
Whether you call it social distancing, quarantine, or being an introvert the end result is the same, we’re spending a lot of time indoors away from people lately. It is a massive change of lifestyle for all of us, maybe not the introverts, and it’s making some of us a bit stir crazy. As things out in the world get more and more hectic we’re … Continue reading I Am Geek Quarantine What To Do List- Books
Why is it so difficult to write about the new Star Wars films?! In a perfect world, I would come here and start breaking down my thoughts of the movie discussing what worked, what didn’t work, and what has me excited for the future of the franchise. Yet, life within the Star Wars fandom is less than perfect. In fact, the levels of toxicity are … Continue reading Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker- Your Feelings Are the Only Ones That Matter
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! Oh Wednesday, my dear old friend. Welcome back. I haven’t seen you since last week. What new crop of comics do you bring with you? [ Author’s Note- you start talking to days of the week when you’re not entirely sure how you want to open your column and you hope that by writing … Continue reading Pull List- Fantastic Four & Sandman Return, Darth Vader’s Castle, & More
As many of you know I spend a great deal of time throughout the year reading pretty much anything I can get my hands on. We’re talking comics, graphic novels, novels, online articles, instruction manuals it doesn’t matter. If it has words associated with it then there is a pretty good chance that I’m going to attach my eyeholes to it. About two years ago … Continue reading 2017 Reading List- January