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  • Wynonna Earp 3×1 Review: ‘Blood Red and Going Down’

    Last season ended on a low note as the Earp-cursing demon Bulshar rose again and Wynonna and Doc sent baby Alice away for protection. It wasn’t an easy choice for the parents, and that shows in the first episode of Season 3, ‘Blood Red and Going Down’. In line with Wynonna Earp’s usual excellent writing, […]





  • Pokémon GO’s New Update Could Bring Players Back To The Game

    After nearly two years of subtle hints, outright questions, and flat-out begging from trainers, the new Pokémon GO update finally adds an iconic feature: the trading system. Combine that with the other fun new toys now available to all players and this could be what brings trainers flooding back to the game. Read our before […]


  • After Infinity War: A Ray of Hope for Devastated MCU Fans

    Fans and critics have been calling Avengers: Infinity War the Empire Strikes Back of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That sounds dramatic, but it may actually be understating the case. MCU fans around the globe are crying into their collective beers after – well, you know what happened. Take heart, friends – the comics and past movies […]


  • So You Want to Start a Fan Convention

    The Geekiary is lucky to have two successful fan convention organizers on staff. We sat down and asked them some basic questions about starting a con, and what you should look for before you decide to support a new one. A crowdfunded fan convention can be an amazing event that brings fans together over shared […]


  • The Pokémon Go Kanto Event May Not Be Extra Shiny, But It Is Useful

    The Pokémon Go Kanto Event has been going on for two days now and reactions are… pretty mixed. Trainers had some pretty sizable expectations that weren’t exactly fulfilled, which makes what Niantic did offer feel like a disappointment. Still, trainers who are missing some Kanto region Pokémon and those who started playing after the Johto […]


  • Brooklyn Gladiator: Dan Fogler Talks About the Future of His Epic Comic

    Dan Fogler is a busy guy. Besides doing promo work for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, recording the cinema-centric “DAN FOGLER’S 4d Xperience!” podcast, and spending time with family, he’s been working to bring the fan-favorite graphic novel he Kickstarted with Andrew Harrison to a wider audience. Brooklyn Gladiator is a smart cyberpunk story in the tradition […]