Carriers

So, what about the monsters that go unseen? No, not the Invisible Man.. but the fears and terrors that are invisible to the naked eye. Disease. Germs. Viruses. Plague. It’s rare that we ever see it coming, at least not until a member of a surviving party starts to get sick. Fever. Chills. Bruises. Then […]

She’s Back!

This June, Juliet Landau, who portrayed the fan-favorite character ‘Drusilla’ in the Buffyverse, will be reprising the role, just not in the way we all would expect! Landau will be writing a five-issue spinoff series staring the hauntingly crazy vampire that picks up after her appearance in Angel & Faith #9. For those of you […]

Fanboy Power Hour Presents: Trade Talk Volume 2!

In our continued effort to bring you all things geek, we’d like to introduce you to The Fanboy Power Hour! We here at Geekin’ Out want to roll out the red carpet and welcome this intrepid band of comic book experts! Let’s let them take over, shall we? And there came a day unlike any […]

From Bricks to Bothans Presents Bricklandia!

Within the last year I’ve become uber-obsessed with Legos. I loved them as a kid, but for most of my adult life I couldn’t justify buying the expensive bricks on my small paycheck. Now that I’m 31 years old, have a good career, and live with a boyfriend that already had a bunch of Star […]

Crap n’ Stuff (February 27th Edition)

We love stuff! Do you love stuff? Of course you do, admit it. Here are some items we’ve found in our journeys that we either own or REALLY want to own. Hopefully, we can unite you with some new-found goodies to add to your collections. Kim’s Recommendations For Gamers: Retro Gaming Leggings Retro gamer? Like […]

Episode 37: Web Comics for Breakfast? No Way!

We talk about comics a lot here on Geekin’ Out — DC’s relaunch, Marvel events, Independents — but rarely do we mention the largest of publishers, the Internet! We rectified this mistake by inviting Chris Haley and Curt Franklin of Let’s Be Friends Again to talk about their experience as web comic creators. And in […]

Let Us Waste Your Time

Bored in class? Or perhaps you’re stuck in a cubicle somewhere. Chances are, you’re looking high and low through the interwebs for something to entertain you. But where to start? We here at Geekin’ Out understand the daunting task of entertaining one’s self and are here to help. Thanks to new contributor, Mark Blancaflor, you […]

Fanboy Power Hour Episode 23: Super Bat Girl Daredevils!

In our continued effort to bring you all things geek, we’d like to introduce you to The Fanboy Power Hour! We here at Geekin’ Out want to roll out the red carpet and welcome this intrepid band of comic book experts! Let’s let them take over, shall we? And there came a day unlike any […]

Ain’t It Pretty: Sci-Fi Favourites

Ain’t It Pretty is a showcase of stellar artwork from a variety of artists with a focus on a specific subject. This week I bring you 12 beautiful fan pieces of Sci Fi films and TV shows. None of the artwork is owned by Geekin’ Out and you can find links to the artist’s blogs […]

Word Nerd in the Workplace, Part II: This is Not a MySpace Page

If you sat through my first article and decided that this one was worth a look-see, you must really be a sucker for punishment. This one will be much briefer (that’s such an odd word, ‘briefer’) than its predecessor, so it’s less likely to make you fall asleep at your desk. In this instalment, I’m […]

Playable Perplexities: FFXIII-2 Revisited.

I beat the game, I bought the first DLCs immediately and felt silly for spending 3 dollars on an outfit for Noel, but hey, he looked cool and I though it was pretty rad. Then I was pointed to what they are planning for as far as outfits for the next DLC. And I kind of wanted […]

Shultz Did It With Ink, Andertoons Does It With LEGO

Lego is kind of my jam these days, so when I saw the Tweet “LEGO line art, Charlie Brown style by @andertoons [Mark Anderson]” I didn’t hesitate to click it. At first I thought the image was just a bunch of small Lego pieces arranged on a table to look like the line art, but, […]

More Magneto? Yes, Please!

X-Men: First Class brought the series back with a vengeance and talks are already underway for the follow up film. In a recent interview with MTV, screenwriter Simon Kinberg did have this to say: While story talks are still in their earliest stages for the sequel to last year’s hit X-Men: First Class, screenwriter Simon […]

See No Evil

World Wrestling Entertainment (formerly the WWF) is a money-making empire. Not only does it have two weekly television programs, a monthly Pay Per View event, countless unaired square-circle matches across North America, but the endless stream of merchandise. From blu-rays of past performances and career highlights, to t-shirts and action figures, Slurpee cups and it […]

Community Returns!

On Thursday, March 15, Community will be returning to the NBC roster after a three-month vacation in Limbo. Fans feared that after a less than stellar third season, that it might have been cut permanently. Yay! Lets all hope that the show can redeem itself and go back to the hilarity that it once brought […]

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