Pull List- Endings For Batman, Doomsday Clock, & Thor Make For Bittersweet NCBD

Here we are Geeklings, at the end of all things or Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! Either one will suffice honestly. This is the last New Comic Book Day before Christmas which means all major publishers apparently wanted to release ALL the books. At once.  It wasn’t my alarm clock that woke me up this morning but the screaming of my wallet. … Continue reading Pull List- Endings For Batman, Doomsday Clock, & Thor Make For Bittersweet NCBD

Pull List- Event Leviathan Arrives, Silver Surfer Returns, & A Massive Batman Showdown

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! It’s Wednesday and the comics are falling off the shelves and into our pull lists. Seriously, this is the best day of the week… that and anytime I get to eat tacos. I try not to be regulated to Taco Tuesday only. I’m going to eat a taco any time I damn well please. … Continue reading Pull List- Event Leviathan Arrives, Silver Surfer Returns, & A Massive Batman Showdown

DC Doesn’t Need Zack Snyder or The Snyder Cut

It would seem that the future of the DC Cinematic Universe is emerging out of the darkness into something a little more bright and promising, a theme that has been missing from just about every DC movie that isn’t Wonder Woman or Aquaman. There is a sense of optimism that surrounds the DCEU currently, almost a Rebrith of its own, with Shazam! getting glowing reviews, … Continue reading DC Doesn’t Need Zack Snyder or The Snyder Cut

Week In Geek- Disney Owns the Free World, DC’s Metal Returns, & the Music of The Last Jedi

Geeklings, a very happy Monday to you all. It’s a new week and with that new week comes a new writing schedule for yours truly. I’m in one of those rare moments of life where I have no shows to review for Fan Fest. Like none. Zero. They’re all on break and I’m feeling kind of hollow. What is life if I can’t review television shows? I’m … Continue reading Week In Geek- Disney Owns the Free World, DC’s Metal Returns, & the Music of The Last Jedi

A Tale of Two Movies

I had grown a little frustrated with Marvel comics as of late. That’s not easy for me to admit, being an unabashed Marvel kid, but it was true. It started with the botching of Secret Empire, a series that started off as something daring and refreshing but ended with a generic Marvel crossover ending lacking any substance or consequence. The disappointment I felt was pretty real … Continue reading A Tale of Two Movies