Avengers Endgame Trailer Breakdown (It Actually Happened!)

It finally happened. I was starting to doubt its existence. I was really becoming comfortable with the idea that Infinity War was actually the trailer for Avengers 4. It was crazy enough that it might actually work, and to be honest with you guys I had become slightly exhausted and jaded with the waiting. You saw as the week went on as my sanity started to waver with the whole thing. … Continue reading Avengers Endgame Trailer Breakdown (It Actually Happened!)

Pull List- Shuri Shines, JL Drowns, & Marvel Zombies Rise Again

Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! On this Wednesday, October 17th, we give thanks to the Comic Gods for bestowing another fantastic bounty of new books upon us. Cause what would Wednesday be without new comics? I’ll tell you Geeklings, it would be any other weekday and we’ve already got plenty of those. With the week now at the halfway … Continue reading Pull List- Shuri Shines, JL Drowns, & Marvel Zombies Rise Again

Is Secret Invasion On the Horizon for the MCU?

There was a lot to get excited about yesterday. For starters, it was New Comic Book Day and that automatically makes for one of the better days of the week (this is a fact proven by science), it was football season eve, and maybe more importantly, we got our very first look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel. While one could argue that a trailer for … Continue reading Is Secret Invasion On the Horizon for the MCU?

Week In Geek- Infinity War, Episode IX, & Venom Trailer

Geeklings, they said it couldn’t be done but I survived my first day of work after my two-week vacation. Well, no one actually said it couldn’t be done but after two long glorious weeks off I wasn’t sure if I remembered how to work. Good news, I do. Not so good news, vacation is over and I’m once again a working stiff. You take the good with … Continue reading Week In Geek- Infinity War, Episode IX, & Venom Trailer

Is Ant-Man About To Save the MCU?

This post will contain spoilers to both Ant-Man and the Wasp and Avengers Infinity War. Read at your own risk please and thank you.  I’m the type of person who literally stops everything in life for a new Marvel Studios film. This is not an exaggeration. Well, it sort of is. I still go to work, eat food, and talk to loved ones but I’m distracted the whole time. … Continue reading Is Ant-Man About To Save the MCU?

Pull List- New Marvel No. 1’s, Saga, & Superman

Geeklings, pressed for time today so I thought that I’d share my latest Pull List from over at Fan Fest over here. Gives you something to read and it allows me to tell you about comics. It’s kind of the best of both worlds. I’ll be back tomorrow with newer content. In the meantime, read comics enjoy your Wednesday properly.  ***** Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic … Continue reading Pull List- New Marvel No. 1’s, Saga, & Superman

Pull List- Bendis Says Goodbye To Marvel, Wakanda In Space, & Flash Wars

A column I enjoyed so much that I thought I’d post it here too. You can find the original at Fan Fest News but if you’re feeling lazy you can just read it here too. Comics for everyone! ********** Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! It’s Wednesday, the week is almost over, and there are tons of comic books to be read. … Continue reading Pull List- Bendis Says Goodbye To Marvel, Wakanda In Space, & Flash Wars

MCU Pre-Infinity War Power Rankings

I was talking with frequent I Am Geek collaborator Eric Landro yesterday and we started talking about doing a Power Rankings system for the characters of the MCU. I instantly fell in love with the idea mostly because I love lists and it allows me to think about the Marvel movies a bit more. It’s like the best of both worlds. We both decided though that if … Continue reading MCU Pre-Infinity War Power Rankings

Avengers Infinity War Review

Sitting here in 2018 it’s hard to believe that the release of Iron Man was considered a gigantic risk for Marvel ten years ago. We live in a world where heroes like Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, and Thor have all become household names, but it wasn’t always this way. In 2008, when the original Iron Man was released kick-starting the MCU, Iron Man wasn’t the massively popular … Continue reading Avengers Infinity War Review