Star Wars- How Hayden Christensen’s Ahsoka Return Brings Everything Full Circle

Friday night, I had a plan. It was a great plan as far as plans go. We’re talking the perfect recipe for relaxation. Was going to start the night watching a couple of episodes of Cowboy Bebop, which you can now find on Netflix, while eating some Chinese food. Beef and broccoli with an egg roll, just living my best life. Right off the bat, … Continue reading Star Wars- How Hayden Christensen’s Ahsoka Return Brings Everything Full Circle

This Year the Best Star Wars Can Be Found On Your Shelves

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

The Bad Batch- It’s Time To Learn About Omega

Seven episodes in, almost at the halfway point if you can believe it, Star Wars: The Bad Batch has given Star Wars fans plenty to digest. Us fans are like Sarlacc Pits in this way, give us a bunch of lore expansion nuggets and we’ll digest them for years. Unless these nuggets are Boba Fett in which case we spit him out so he can … Continue reading The Bad Batch- It’s Time To Learn About Omega

Could Kenobi Give Us A Live-Action Clone Wars Reunion?!

The other day I was driving home from a very long day of work, honestly, most workdays at this point are long and it would probably be easier just to say “driving home from work” but you all know I have a flair for the dramatic so, I was driving home from a very long day of work. I was relistening to the Binge Mode: … Continue reading Could Kenobi Give Us A Live-Action Clone Wars Reunion?!

The Bad Batch- Five Things We’d Love To See Out of the New Series

Happy Star Wars Day Eve Geeklings or as Mark Hamill refers to it, “May the Third Be Absurd”. I don’t know about you, but I am lakes of Mustafar levels of fired up for Star Wars Day tomorrow. I know it’s not a real holiday like Thanksgiving or Christmas. Chewie isn’t going to help tear apart a turkey and Jabba the Hutt isn’t going to … Continue reading The Bad Batch- Five Things We’d Love To See Out of the New Series

Ghostbusters: Afterlife- I Ain’t Afraid Of No… Mini Stay Puft Marshmallow Men?!

Sometimes you don’t know how badly you wanted something until it randomly shows up in your Twitter timeline. For example, I didn’t know how badly I needed a shark who wears board shorts until I saw King Shark in the Suicide Squad trailer. Now I can’t imagine a world without that guy. We all didn’t know how much we needed a Baby Yoda until that … Continue reading Ghostbusters: Afterlife- I Ain’t Afraid Of No… Mini Stay Puft Marshmallow Men?!

The Suicide Squad- My Undying Love For King Shark

Over the years, I Am Geek has begun a long-standing tradition of finding things in pop culture that are worthy of life sacrifice. That may sound a bit dramatic but if you’ve been reading over the years then you know that we celebrate being dramatic here at I Am Geek. How else are you supposed to properly convey your emotions towards the things you love? … Continue reading The Suicide Squad- My Undying Love For King Shark

Trailer Dump- Saw, Rick and Morty, & The Bad Batch

Trailers are secretly the best gift to get randomly during the week. Think back to last week when James Gunn Tweeted on Thursday, we’d be getting a trailer for The Suicide Squad. Suddenly not only were we excited for new episodes of Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the premiere of Invincible but we had a big-budget comic book movie trailer to get excited about … Continue reading Trailer Dump- Saw, Rick and Morty, & The Bad Batch

Why Don’t Books Come With Soundtracks?!

I wish books came with soundtracks. Honestly, I don’t understand how we live in a world where books don’t have soundtracks. Think about it, movies, tv shows, and video games all have soundtracks to accompany the stories they tell. How is it that books haven’t adopted this same philosophy? This seems like something that could further boost sales in the book community, not to mention … Continue reading Why Don’t Books Come With Soundtracks?!