Articles Posted in the " Interviews " Category

  • Clare Kramer talks Comic-Con, Buffy, and Joyrider

    San Diego Comic-con is an excellent opportunity to catch up on projects from our favorite creators, both past and present.  This year I had the opportunity to sit down with Clare Kramer from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and talk about her new project, Joyrider, and Buffy’s enduring legacy. Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a cornerstone […]


  • Supergirl at SDCC 2017: Controversy Mars the Weekend

    Controversy followed the cast of Supergirl at SDCC 2017. Despite a drama-free press room and a fairly charming panel, a now infamous video soured fans on the show and its cast (except Katie). - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • The 100 at SDCC 2017: Time Jumps, Boo

    Last year, The 100 was one of my favorite panels at San Diego Comic-Con. This year, I had to miss it because of press obligations. But don’t worry! I found a panel recap so I can bring you guys all the news from The 100 at SDCC 2017. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not […]


  • Freeform at SDCC 2017: Shadowhunters and Stitchers Make Comic-Con Debuts

    Freeform (formerly ABC Family, formerly the Family Channel) made its Comic-Con debut with beloved fan favorites Shadowhunters and Stitchers. Each show held a panel chock-full of stars and sneak peeks as well as a cast signing. Here’s hoping they make the trip again next year! - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content […]


  • SDCC 2017: Teen Wolf Says Goodbye

    Teen Wolf said goodbye to its fans by returning for a seventh and final appearance at San Diego Comic-Con. With a panel in SDCC’s prestigious Hall H – including surprise guests – and an award at MTV’s annual Fandom Fest – held in nearby Petco Park – Teen Wolf was given one last hurrah. - **Read […]



  • Nidhi Chanani’s Pashmina: A Girl’s Search for Her True Self

    When considering books to review for The Geekiary, I try to focus on what we represent as a site, so I look for some diversity – books about women, LGBTQ+ characters, or people of color. As I was scrolling through the list of titles offered at this years BookExpo, one such title jumped out at me: Pashmina […]



  • Tillie Walden on Her Process, Coming Out, and Yuri on Ice

    Unless you’ve just stumbled across The Geekiary, you’ll know that we love ourselves a little Yuri on Ice. That’s why, when I read over the list of ARCs that would be available at this year’s BookExpo America, I paused on the description of Spinning by Tillie Walden, a graphic memoir about ice skating with a queer narrative. When […]


  • Interview with Lord Mesa at HVFF London

    If you are in the DCTV fandom, you have for sure seen Lord Mesa’s “illos” [illustrations] inspired by Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, The Avengers, Once Upon A Time, etc., as his art has become quite well known over the past few years. I got the chance to discuss his art and upcoming projects with him […]