Articles Posted in the " Comic Books " Category

  • For National Comic Book Day, Here’s What The Geekiary Is Reading

    Maybe you get your comics online through a platform like Comixology. Maybe you have a pull list and hit up at your local comic store every Wednesday to get new releases. However, you get your fix, finding new titles is one of the special joys of comics lovers. For National Comic Book Day, our team […]


  • Get in the Halloween Spirit with “Pumpkinheads”

    In a huge departure from the last book I read, another book to get you in the mood for Halloween is Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell and Faith Erin Hicks. Grab your pumpkin spice and caramel apples and hop in the hay wagon with me as we go on a journey of growing up and seizing the […]


  • Bisexual Comic Book Characters You Should Know About

    While there’s still a lot of progress that needs to be made when it comes to LGBTQIA+ representation in comic books, there are stories out there that feature bisexual characters. So, let’s go over them! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.



  • Death’s Head Issue 3 Review: What’s Up with Wiccan?

    Death’s Head Issue 3 ended up offering us answers to numerous questions about what’s going on with Wiccan and his relationship status with Hulkling. I’m here for what writer Tini Howard has planned to offer through this miniseries. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are […]


  • “The Heart Hunter” Announced by Legendary Comics

    Legendary Comics have announced a new graphic novel titled The Heart Hunter. The story will be “exploring immortality, love, and greed” from novelist McKelle George (Speak Easy, Speak Love) and artist V. Gagnon (Shout Out anthology). It’s currently set for release in late 2020. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in […]




  • Harley Quinn Makes a Stand in “Breaking Glass” – Review

    I haven’t been all that impressed with the offerings from DC’s new YA imprint, DC Ink. Using YA authors to reboot iconic characters as teenagers seems like a good idea in theory, but so far the titles have been hit or miss. I was not a fan of Mera: Tidebreaker or Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale, […]