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  • ‘Killing Stalking’ Is Not a Replacement for ‘Yuri on Ice’

    There’s been a recent trend lately by some Yuri on Ice fans to steer others towards the Korean webtoon Killing Stalking.  I find this recommendation misguided. I’m not one who can really judge people who enjoy violent and graphic entertainment.  I’m first and foremost a fan of Hannibal and that’s literally about a guy that eats other people. […]


  • Despite a Bad First Episode ‘Spirit Pact’ Is Pretty Good

    The Chinese donghua/anime Spirit Pact has been released on the online streaming service Crunchyroll and the reviews aren’t pretty.  But please stick with it longer. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • What Are the Odds for Yuri on Ice Season Two?

    The chances for Yuri on Ice season two are very high, but not yet guaranteed.  Here’s what we know so far. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • San Diego Comic Con “Hotelpocalypse” Announced

    Attention San Diego Comic-Con Attendees! The Hotelpocalypse is upon us! UPDATE: OnPeak has made a statement on their Facebook page stating this date is incorrect.  Our source comes from the SDCC Unofficial Blog and we are unclear where their information came from, but they are typically a trustworthy source. The “Hotelpocalypse,” also known as “Hotel Hell” […]


  • The Geekiary’s Favorite Women in Geek Culture 2016

    It’s a tradition here at The Geekiary to highlight our favorite women in geek culture at the end of every year, and doing so feels even more important now as we head into a frightening political climate. Attacks against women online and in real life are spiking as certain groups feel empowered by recent political […]


  • Our Favorite 2016 LGBTQ+ Moments in Geek Culture

    The world is sort of scary right now for members of our community, but there were many wonderful 2016 LGBTQ+ moments for us in geek media this year. We’ve got a tradition here at the Geekiary of chronicling our favorite moments throughout the year as a celebration.  Our 2016 LGBTQ+ Moments in Geek Culture is not […]


  • ‘The OA’ Is Really Weird and Triggery As Hell

    Netflix’s new show The OA is the strangest thing I’ve ever watched. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram, and YouTube. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Unanswered Questions from the Yuri on Ice Finale

    A lot happened in the Yuri on Ice finale and we’ve got to talk about it. First and foremost, the Yuri on Ice finale pair skate was utter perfection, and I don’t know if I’ll be able to recover. It has thoroughly killed me dead. The fact that Yuuri got silver, while somewhat disappointing, is still a satisfying […]


  • Yuri On Ice New Year’s Eve Gala

    Yuri on Ice may have concluded on December 21st, but we here at the Geekiary aren’t quite done celebrating it.  Please join us for the Yuri On Ice New Year’s Eve Gala! The Yuri On Ice New Year’s Eve Gala is a global event scheduled to take place over the New Year’s weekend. No matter where in the […]


  • An Interview with Johnny Weir: His Thoughts on ‘Yuri on Ice’

    Yuri on Ice has become the unexpected smash hit online; a sports anime that delves into the high-pressure world of competitive figure skating, offers multifaceted characters with believable motivations and flaws, and delicately wove throughout the first season a respectfully handled, beautifully portrayed LGBTQ+ love story.  While the show has all the right elements to […]