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  • Dominion: Sins of the Fathers

    It’s easy, as a television critic, to become jaded: having to critique shows for the same things over and over again can make you leery of new shows, and what should be a time period of excitement and anticipation becomes wariness. And with good reason: in just the past few months we have seen new […]


  • Dominion: SyFy’s Newest Post-Apocalyptic Show Takes Wing

    Take Supernatural, Battlestar Galactica, Terminator, and blend well with Judeo-Christian iconography, and you’ve got the makings of SyFy’s new show, Dominion. Based 25 years after the near-destruction of humanity at the hands of the lower-ranking angels of Heaven and the Archangel Gabriel, Dominion has hefty mythology to work through for viewers. Given it’s a continuation […]


  • Team

    ADMIN TEAM STEPHANIE “ANGEL” WILSON  Lead Admin, Author, Social Media Manager, Podcast Host Angel (aka Stephanie) has a BA in Film & Digital Media from the University of California, Santa Cruz.  She’s been a guest on various podcasts and webcasts including Genre TV for All, Free2B Radio, An Englishman in SDCC, and our own website’s FEELINGS… […]


  • STILL/MOVEMENT DVD REVIEW: The Gamers: Hands of Fate

    THIRD TIME’S THE CHARM: THE GAMERS SERIES FINALLY LIVES UP TO ITS POTENTIAL Of all the cool stuff I could talk about to kick off this column, why an obscure DVD of a web series that had a Kickstarter nearly 2 years ago? Two reasons: I love talking about stuff that deserves a wider audience; […]


  • Emerald City Comic Con 2014, Picture Parade

    Oh, Seattle and your Emerald City Comic Con.. Here downtown, it’s back for the eleventh year. This time, the grand event sold out over a month before. The news is not surprising, considering the arrivals. Throughout three large rooms and multiple panels, were many prominent comic companies including DC, Image, Boom!, and Dark Horse and a […]


  • Entertaining the Impossible: Killing off Stiles

    In The Geekiary’s first Round Table discussion, we had a question about character deaths, and my fellow writer Undie Girl made the fantastic observation, “Honestly I don’t think the problem is that Jeff kills off characters too soon so much as he doesn’t know how to make death matter.”  We, the fans, mourn the loss […]


  • RIP Harold Ramis

    The world is now a little less funny.  Harold Ramis, the man behind such classics as Caddyshack and Ghostbusters, passed away this morning from complications due to autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis.  He was 69 years old. He was a part of that legendary group of comedians from the 60’s and 70’s that supplied a lifetime of […]


  • Quinni-Con 2014: Who can say no to a FREE convention?

    As someone who enjoys going to conventions – particularly ones with smaller and therefore more intimate atmospheres – I’m always on the lookout for upcoming events. Quinni-Con caught my eye not only because it takes place in my home state of Connecticut (and on a beautiful college campus, at that), but because it’s also a […]


  • Vampire Academy: It’s Not What You Think

    We’re not supposed to judge books by their covers, but we do (or at least I do), especially when there are dozens of novels that all appear to be exactly the same. There have been A LOT of paranormal themed YA novels in the last ten years, and while I am admittedly a massive fan […]


  • SDCC – Comic-Con International: San Diego

    Members of The Geekiary staff have been attending San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) for years. Below you’ll find all of our San DIego Comic-Con coverage, including exclusive interviews, press roundtables, panel summaries, event guides, and SDCC tips/advice for how you can navigate the biggest geek culture convention in the United States. Whether you are looking for […]