Articles Posted in the " Activism and Politics " Category



  • Amazon Prime Video SDCC Content Shows That Art Is Political

    The Amazon Prime Video SDCC content this year covered three of their properties: Carnival Row, The Boys, and The Expanse.  Each of them came with their own political overtones that made some uncomfortable, including the mayor of San Diego. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]




  • Convention Culture, Vic Mignogna, and the #MeToo Era

    A couple weeks ago, anime fandom was shaken when long time whispered accusations against voice actor Vic Mignogna were published by the Anime News Network. The accusations against Vic Mignogna are nothing new.  The piece by ANN has pushed the conversation out in the open, but I recall chatter on forum boards and in private […]


  • ‘A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo’ Is a Must 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 […]


  • Disaster Strikes, Fandoms and the Entertainment Industry React

    When disaster struck after Hurricane Harvey, many celebrities and fandom spaces took it upon themselves to help others in any way that they could. Most have chosen to use their power to raise funds for aid groups, but others have used social media to create a new and unique approach to help facilitate rescue efforts. […]



  • “Haawiyat” Comic Lifts the Spirits of Syrian Refugees

    The first edition of Haawiyat, an Arabic-language comic created by the non-profit group CYRIC, has reached Turkey and is being distributed to Syrian children who were displaced by violence in their homeland. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.