The world was a much different place in 2018. Thanos had snapped away half of the world’s population, John Krasinski showed us that being quiet could save our lives, Teddy Perkins arrived to give us all nightmares, Bill Hader’s, Barry became our favorite hitman aspiring to act, and July 25, 2018, was the last time we had a new issue of Brian K. Vaughan and … Continue reading Saga- How Maybe the Beloved Comic Could Be Returning Soon… No, Seriously!
Geeklings, a very Happy New Comic Book Day to you all! How’s it going out there? You guys living the dream? Of course, you are! It’s Wednesday and there are new comics to read and you’re here at Fan Fest News reading the latest Pull List. If there’s a better definition of “living the dream”, I don’t want to hear it. Before we jump into … Continue reading Pull List- A Response To Bill Maher, Heroes In Crisis, & New X-Men Timeline
I love reading comics. It’s honestly one of my favorite things to do. I spent a large part of the last weekend binge reading a number of different series I had fallen behind in. While I try to stay on top of my reading, I’m always on top of the must-reads, there are some books that kind of just fall through the cracks a little bit. … Continue reading Marvel Starts Over…Again
Geeklings, as you recall yesterday at the start of our “Best of 2017” list I said I would return here today to break down my favorite movies of the year. And that was the full intention. I’ve got a list that I’ve been playing and to be honest I still don’t feel like I’ve got it quite right, but that’s not the reason we’re not … Continue reading Best of 2017- Comics
Geeklings, I come to you today as a happy brother. On Sunday I went to my sister’s house to watch the first half of the abysmal Giants game, god they are all types of awful (and that’s being nice), and something happened. I was sitting on the couch playing with my niece and Jennifer comes out of nowhere to show me her iPad. And there … Continue reading My Sister Finally Starts Reading Comics
We now return you to the Week In Geek at its regularly scheduled time and location. There was much rejoicing and less confusion. Was there any confusion actually? Maybe mild disappointment? Mild of course. Geeklings, how we doing out there? Happy Monday to you all (blegh) and I hope that this week is finding you all types of okay. Me? Well, I’m currently sitting on my birthday … Continue reading Week In Geek- Stephen King News For Days and A Season Finale
I’m sure I’ve mentioned it once or twice, especially when you consider how often I talk about Stranger Things, but I absolutely love a coming of age story. I actually think it might be my favorite type of story telling, and I’m constantly on the search for good ones. Stories like IT, Stand By Me, The Sandlot, The Fort by Aric Davis (loved this book), or Paper Towns (that magical, heart … Continue reading Today In Awesome Comic Book Images Vol. 5- Delivering Papers With A Sci Fi Twist
I don’t know if you guys know this but I read a lot of comic books. Whoa that revelation must be so shocking. If I wasn’t so tired I’d give you guys a moment to process it but I’m afraid if I stop typing I’m going to pass out on my keyboard which means you’ll have to process this on your own time. My apologies. I … Continue reading 9. The Vision
Not that kind of happy ending you pervs… Think about it though, is there such a thing as the happy ending any more or have stories matured to the point where they’re not afraid to show us that life isn’t always rainbows and unicorn glitter? I know, for me any way, I’m not a big fan of the text book happy ending. I’m talking about … Continue reading Does the Happy Ending Still Exist?
Geeklings, how are we doing? Have we survived last nights Walking Dead? I’m going to be honest I’m still kind of wearing that episode which is exactly what it intended. Someone doesn’t put an episode like that out for you to forget it. I’m still looking for my hug and someone to say “it’s going to be alright”, and I know that it’s not coming. There’s … Continue reading Week In Geek- The End of Vision, A Thank You, and David S Pumpkins