Hall H Tips & FAQ Hotels and badges aren’t the only competitive aspects of San Diego Comic-Con. Sometimes getting into a panel can be a challenge. But, like with all other things SDCC, it’s not impossible. With some time and understanding of how things work, you too can conquer Hall H, the biggest and […]
Legion Chapter Eleven felt like a punch to the gut. It started off by bringing many of the characters that have been separated for a good portion of the season back together, but by the end I was literally shouting at my computer over what the show was doing to them. Read our before commenting. […]
During the weekend of April 20-22nd, the sixth annual San Diego Comic Fest will be taking place at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center. This year they’ll be celebrating Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
How is it possible that Legion gets weirder each and every week? “Chapter Ten” threw us some curve balls and has really made us question the nature of our reality. But I guess that’s kind of the point. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are […]
While I am an avid consumer of media, it’s rare that a story captures me so quickly and makes it so that I can think of almost nothing else from the moment I start exploring it. That’s precisely what happened with King’s Maker, though. The story is gripping, the art is gorgeous, and the characters […]
I saw someone ask for a one word description of “Chapter Nine” without spoilers. It was described as ‘trippy.’ ‘So just like season one?’ the person replied. ‘Pretty much, yeah.’ Season two is starting off with the same stylistic trippy storytelling we’ve come to expect from Legion, but pushed to an even more extreme level. Read […]
I’m not one of the usual book reviewers here at the Geekiary, but I couldn’t pass up A Day In The Life of Marlon Bundo. I’m a big fan of children’s books that promote diversity, and this one is donating their proceeds to The Trevor Project and AIDS United. It also has the added bonus […]
Hello Geekiary Readers & Supporters, Five years ago I started this website with some friends. We mainly wanted a place to channel our ideas and thoughts into one centralized place because, at the time, much of what we did was scattered across social media on Tumblr, Twitter, Livejournal, Facebook, and beyond. At the same time, […]
The Avengers release date has been moved up a week and with that the late Spring/early Summer movie battle has intensified even more than before. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
The Cloverfield Paradox essentially dropped out of nowhere. And it worked. Many fans of the franchise knew another film was in the works and were aware it was scheduled for some time in February, but with no trailers or promotion of any kind my assumption was that it might get pushed back. I didn’t expect […]