Articles Posted in the " Traditional Press " Category

  • Seek Your Vengeance in “Scavenge the Stars”

    A quest for vengeance unravels further than ever thought possible in Scavenge the Stars, the first book in Tara Sim’s fantasy duology based on The Count of Monte Cristo. Journey to the city-state of Moray, where everyone has a secret and no one can be trusted. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in […]


  • Set the World on Fire: “Riot Baby” Book Review

    It’s difficult to adequately describe Riot Baby, Tochi Onyebuchi’s adult debut. It’s a unique mix of fantasy, science fiction, and dystopia that is utterly unlike anything I’ve ever read. It’s 173 pages of gut punches that will challenge the preconceptions of people like me, who grew up in the same country but a totally different world […]






  • I Did Not Like “Cursed” As Much As I Thought I Would

    There have been many reimaginings of Arthurian legends over the years (we at The Geekiary are rather big fans of BBC’s Merlin), but none of them quite take the stance that Tom Wheeler and Frank Miller’s Cursed does. Optioned as a Netflix series (currently in production) before even being published, Cursed tells the story of Arthur from Nimue’s […]


  • Bow at the Feet of the “Angel Mage” – Review

    It has been over a hundred years since Ystara fell and Liliath, the angel mage, disappeared. Now, she has returned, looking not a day over the age of 19 and still able to wield the power of angels without suffering the consequences the way others do. She is ready to manipulate everyone to her purposes […]


  • Fight Back with “The Good Luck Girls” – Review

    In this time of political uncertainty, it feels like women – particularly women of color – are being attacked just for their very existence. Join the fight with a group of girls who are ready to take back their future – The Good Luck Girls. -Read our before commenting. Do not copy our content in […]


  • Journey to Xadia with Dark Horse and Wonderstorm

    Dark Horse and Wonderstorm are partnering to reveal the world behind Netflix’s hit animated series The Dragon Prince with The Art of The Dragon Prince, a hardcover art book to be released next summer. Soon you will be able to journey to Xadia just like Rayla, Callum, and Ezran. -Read our before commenting. Do not […]