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  • Fan Artist Friday: BurntPixels

    Imagine that you’re planning a geeky wedding, and want something unique for centerpieces at the reception instead of the typical flowers and candles. How about some nerdy light boxes? Or how about the soft glow of the TARDIS to help you fall asleep at night? Christina Fidalgo of BurntPixels creates just those things, and I […]

  • ‘Outcast’ Is Dark and Gritty – And Not For Everyone

    Cinemax’s Outcast has quickly become one of my must-see shows. It is so scary and gritty and dark that it feels like one of those shows that I suggest to everyone, and yet, I write this recommendation with one huge caveat: it is not for everyone. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our […]

  • Lucifer at San Diego Comic-Con 2016

    Lucifer is such a fun show. Before it gets started on its sophomore season, I was able to sit down at the press roundtable with the cast and a couple of the executive producers to talk about what is ahead for our favorite prince of darkness turned nightclub owner. - **Read our policies before commenting.** […]

  • The Expanse at San Diego Comic-Con 2016

    The Expanse is one of our favorite shows at The Geekiary–almost all of our staff watch it–so I was excited to be a part of the press room at San Diego Comic-Con this year, and I also attended the panel. Let’s just say that by the end,  I am even more excited for season two […]

  • Stranger Things Is 80s Horror Nostalgia At Its Best

    Every now and then there comes a show where everything just fits: the nostalgia factor, music, characters, acting, story, and art direction. I found that Netflix’s new series Stranger Things had the perfect blend of all of those variables and resulted in one fun series to watch. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do […]

  • Wynonna Earp at San Diego Comic-Con 2016

    Syfy’s Wynonna Earp has quickly taken off into near “cult” status since its debut in April 2016. Fans recognize that the series has a strong, progressive message but also doesn’t take itself too seriously. While participating in the press roundtable at San Diego Comic-Con 2016, I found the cast to be incredibly intelligent and passionate […]

  • iZombie at San Diego Comic-Con 2016

    iZombie had one of the best season finales ever, so it is no surprise that it is one of our favorite shows at The Geekiary. I was lucky enough to be in the press room during San Diego Comic-Con this year and got some scoop on what is ahead for season three. - **Read our […]

  • An Intro to Syfy’s ‘Van Helsing’ from SDCC

    I love it when new shows debut, especially when they happen on one of my favorite networks, Syfy. Yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con, I was able to attend the official first panel and press roundtable event for Van Helsing, a new show set to premiere on September 23 on Syfy. Read on to learn about […]

  • Fan Artist Friday: 221Broderie

    I love finding art to hang on the walls–they just look better with something on them. Aside from the traditional paintings, I was excited to find a unique approach to fandom–embroidery–when I discovered artist Laureen of 221Broderie. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]

  • Fan Artist Friday: Paula Sancheztein

    Geeky accessories don’t always get categorized as glamorous or sophisticated, but who wouldn’t want small geek touches to highlight your every day? When I first stumbled upon Paula Sancheztein’s work, I was taken with the craftsmanship and quality of the jewelry and other metal pieces. These items are stunning, and I knew that I wanted […]