What a long, bumpy, anxiety-filled road it has been but it finally seems like The Last of Us Part II is actually going to happen. I know, I know, we have a “firm” release date of June 19th but I’ve reached a point where I won’t believe it until the game is sitting firmly in my hands like a melee weapon Joel has put together … Continue reading The Last of Us Part II Trailer- Stunning In Its Bleakness
I do a lot of reading. If you’ve been a fan of the site for a while this shouldn’t come as much as a surprise for you. I feel like I’m frequently here talking about what books I’m reading, have read, or thinking about reading and relaying them to my Good Reads account which I might have a slight obsession with. Seriously, life before Good … Continue reading An Ambitious Reading Journey… and Its Crushing Weight
Geeklings, welcome to the first ever Game of Thrones Week here at I Am Geek. In the three years of I Am Geek, I don’t think I’ve ever dedicated an entire week to one specific subject matter and I can’t quite figure out why. These are the types of weeks where I know exactly what I’m writing about. One would think that I would do … Continue reading Week In Geek- Game of Thrones Week!!
Last week Netflix finally graced us with the release of the long-awaited Stranger Things season three trailer. It couldn’t have come at a better time as the world needed a reminding that this show still existed. That’s the problem with these long layoffs between seasons. In a pop culture scene that has such a short attention span, thanks binge-watching, it’s a “what have you done … Continue reading Does Someone Need To Die In Stranger Things?
It’s funny, the last couple of weeks, maybe even months, there has been a lot to be excited about. Like more than I’ve been able to deal with. Shows like BoJack Horseman, Haunting of Hill House, and Daredevil took over my life individually, there was New York Comic Con that dominated a weekend, Stephen King’s latest book, Elevation, which I’m currently loving, Spider-Man PS4 and … Continue reading I Want MORE!
Geeklings, you know I love you guys. From the moment I wake up, before I put on my makeup… sorry, I listened to The Ringer’s Rewatchables podcast recently that covered My Best Friend’s Wedding, that song has been stuck in my head ever since. As I was saying, from the moment I wake up, I’m already starting to plan out my day here at I Am Geek. I make … Continue reading Week In Geek- True Detective Redemption, GoT First Look, & Jack Ryan Returns
If you recall, a couple of weeks ago I came here and talked about my reading dilemma. I wanted to read both A Feast for Crows and A Dance With Dragons at the same time because I’ve been currently obsessed with all things Game of Thrones and I hoped that it would improve book four a bit. While little has changed in that department, I have yet to start either one of … Continue reading The Quiet Winds of Winter
Geeklings, I want to talk to you about books. I’m sure you’re thinking that this is going to be the reading list for July and sadly that column probably isn’t happening until next week. I’m sorry. There are so many other things I want to discuss with you guys, and I’ve written two other columns today and don’t have the energy to take a deep … Continue reading Book Shelf: AFfC & ADwD Conundrum
You know, we’ve spent the last week and a half (maybe two weeks?) talking about all the things that made 2016 awesome. Obviously we omitted the very George RR Martin nature of the year (there may not have been a Red Wedding but that didn’t stop everyone from dying) and focused more on the things that were worth celebrating. As I’ve stated before it was … Continue reading 2017, What To Expect
“Heroes are quickly fashioned from the basest materials. Quickly fashioned, and quickly replaced. If I qualify, they are worthless.” If you’re like me, you have been waiting… And waiting… And waiting for George R.R. Martin’s “The Winds of Winter”. Now that the show has overtaken the books, it doesn’t seem as bad (unless you’re one of those sorts that avoids the TV show in favor … Continue reading No Winds Of Winter, No Problem