Articles Posted in the " sherlock " Category

  • Sherlock 4×1 Review: “The Six Thatchers”

    Sherlock returns in “The Six Thatchers” with some surprises – but not as many as we expected, and not all of them are the good kind. Also, there is now a baby. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Sherlocked Never Promised Cumberbatch, Con Still Has Issues

    The Sherlocked convention is supposed to kick off this coming weekend, but it’s already off to a rocky start, with fans demanding their money back due to Benedict Cumberbatch not being on the guest list.  The problem is that he was never on the guest list to begin with, so it’s unlikely anyone will be getting […]


  • Comic-Con 2016: Sherlock Nerd HQ Panel Highlights

    Sadly, Admin Angel and I didn’t have decent enough cell or internet service to livetweet the Sherlock Nerd HQ panel; thankfully, you can view it for free online, and that combined with my notes allowed me to put together some of the panel’s highlights. I was definitely happy that they opened the Sherlock Nerd HQ […]


  • ‘Sherlock’ Special Review: The Abominable Bride

    In the past I’ve pretty much been the Queen of Sherlock Spoilers, knowing every little thing that’d happen in each episode and following #Setlock fiercely online.  This time around I took the opposite approach and went into this only knowing that it took place in the Victorian era.  I wasn’t sure how, if at all, […]


  • The Brits Have the Comic Con: Titan Entertainment at NYCC

    Getting larger every convention, Titan Entertainment had a massive booth at NYCC this year, complete with merchandise, books, and comics galore. If you aren’t familiar with Titan, check out my Toy Fair review from earlier this year. The exclusive swag available for con goers this year included some Sherlock (a duo pack with Watson – […]



  • Our Favorite Women in Geek Culture in 2014

    There have been a lot of women in the geek community that have inspired people in 2014, and we here at The Geekiary have compiled a list of the ones who made a special impact in our own lives. There are way too many amazing women to list them all, so if we didn’t list […]


  • A Chat with the Creator of the ‘A Finger Slip’ Project

    I recently had the chance to have a conversation with the creator of the ‘A Finger Slip’ project, Naomi Javor, about the production, motivation behind the proposed film, and fan made media’s place in the world of queer representation.  The project is a fan made film based on the extraordinarily popular AU (Alternate Universe) Sherlock […]


  • Sherlock 3×03 Review: His Last Vow

    We made it to the finale! Only 12 days ago we were on hiatus and here we are launching into another one. We ended on yet another cliffhanger, which isn’t exactly a surprise with this show. Showrunner Mark Gatiss even warned us about it in advance, but if he hadn’t it would have still been an […]


  • Sherlock 3×02 Review: The Sign of Three

    The following article may contain spoilers. The middle episode of Sherlock seasons is traditionally less connected to the general plot and framed more as a standalone episode. We had The Blind Banker and The Hound of Baskerville before this and while there were bits at the end of each that teased the seasons big bad, […]