The Queen of Sharks: An Interview with Gail Simone Part II

Continued from Part I Kim: Is there anyone out there who you love to work with? Or anyone that you’ve always wanted to work with but have yet to get the chance? Gail: Oh my gosh! Well, any of the Kuberts would be great. I have just been so lucky to work with the people […]

Ain’t it Pretty: David Peterson

Each week Ain’t It Pretty will showcase stellar artwork from a variety of artists with a focus on a specific subject. There will also be weeks where we spotlight a single artist dedicate a gallery to their works. None of the artwork is owned by Geekin’ Out and you can find links to the artist’s […]

Nightmares on Netflix: Paranormal Activity 2

It’s strange getting to do a review of a movie that’s come out in the last couple of years. What’s stranger still is that only the -second- film of this growing franchise is up on Canadian Netflix. It’s sort of a shame, considering that I do enjoy the first so much more, it was reminiscent […]

Episode 13: OMG! They Do Exist!

This week we voted Brendon off the island and gathered 3 more lovely female geeks to join us in an Q & A session. Chill out and enjoy five mystical unicorns talk about their geek cred, stereotypes, romance and their feeling on the hubbub going on at DC Comics. Listen Now Guests Laura @lauraelyseme Shannon […]

Personality Disorder: Harley Quinn

Have you ever gotten mad because a certain writer has taken your favorite character and written them in a disagreeable way? I know I have. Personality Disorder is a case study where I take popular characters from comics, television and movies and lay them on the proverbial couch to determine what makes them tick; then […]

Figure-atively Speaking

Before comics. Before toys. Before cartoons, movies, pulps, Star Wars, and sports, there was professional wrestling. My love of the sport (yes, SPORT) has spanned 25 years and has spawned massive collections of tapes, DVDs, action figures, memorabilia, and replica titles. Since no one will listen to me babble about it, I’ve decided to force […]

Late to the Party: Dawn of the Dead

This week’s blast-from-the-past review is for George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead.  Hopefully I won’t piss Kim off too much, ‘cause she’d probably hunt me down and hurt me for saying anything bad about it.  Luckily for me, I quite enjoyed it. Click here for the live-tweeting feed and here for my exclusive Twitter feed […]

Ain’t It Pretty: The Muppets

Each week Ain’t It Pretty will showcase stellar artwork from a variety of artists with a focus on a specific subject. There will also be weeks where we spotlight a single artist dedicate a gallery to their works. None of the artwork is owned by Geekin’ Out and you can find links to the artist’s […]

Nightmares on Netflix: Devour

“Some people worship Satan for power.. money. Me? I did it for the women. There were more chicks willing to get down at a Black Mass than at a Judas Priest concert.” ~ Tattoo Artist What do you get when you mix Adam Gross (writer of the DOA movie) and David Winkler (director of A […]

Frivolous: Comic Purchases for August 3

I buy a lot of comics. Seriously. A LOT. ‘Frivolous’ will take a look at my stash and spotlight some of my picks of the week. WARNING: I’m going to try my best to not hate on any books on these lists. 15 Love #3 (of 3) Adventure Comics #529 Avengers Academy #17 Batman: Arkham […]

Episode 12: Natural Selection Be Damned!

In this week’s conversation we tackle what it means to be a geek and the evolution of geek culture. We discuss societies need to perpetuate stereotypes, social issues and the importance of geeks in media. The Whuddups also brings a brief sub-conversation about the racial controversy behind Marvel comics newest Spiderman. Also, we would like […]

Foreskin Man: Kidnapping Babies Solves Circumcision “Crisis”

This is a special political opinion piece that was submitted to Geekin’ Out about the use of comics as propaganda against circumcision.**Caution, some of the images are offensive in nature.** By Rex Irwin Recently a group in California calling themselves “intactivists has been active in the anti-circumcision movement. They believe that babies have a right […]

Late to the Party: Night of the Comet

This week’s ‘80s movie was Night of the Comet, which was one of the few suggested to me that I’d never heard of.  Only Bree of Geekin’ Out fame mentioned this particular movie to me, telling me that “Zombies + Valley girls = horror comedy gold!”, so I figured there wasn’t a whole lot to […]

Nightmares on Netflix: I Know What You Did Last Summer

“You got a letter? I got run over, Helen gets her hair chopped off, Julie gets a dead body in her trunk, and you get a letter? Oh, that’s balanced!” ~Barry The 1990s focused heavily on their teenage ‘victims’. Lots of sequels started out the decade (Child’s Play, The Leprechaun), and even while more metafictional […]

Frivolous: Comic Purchases for July 27

I buy a lot of comics. Seriously. A LOT. ‘Frivolous’ will take a look at my stash and spotlight some of my picks of the week. WARNING: I’m going to try my best to not hate on any books on these lists. Action Comics #903 Amazing Spider-Man #666 Written by Dan Slott, Penciled by Stefano […]

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