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Pulling Back The Curtain: Thoughts on the Future of Geek This!

Pulling Back The Curtain: Thoughts on the Future of Geek This!

David Hunt and I are having discussions on bringing the podcast back! I decided to sit down behind the microphone by myself to share my thoughts, give a glimpse of what may be coming and why it matters. I’ve also asked for your input as a listener, so please let me know by getting in …

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Brief (?) Words About New Video Game Consoles

Brief (?) Words About New Video Game Consoles

It’s been a week since I got my Xbox Series S and I thought I’d talk about it. This one’s rambly, like always, but in the near future I’m hoping to have some friends – new and old – join me in a discussion about all three of the new generation of consoles!

Finally Rolling Initiative

Finally Rolling Initiative

I’m finally playing Dungeons & Dragons. My interest in playing started several years ago, out of nowhere. Like many things I become interested in, I just stumbled onto it. While I knew it existed, it wasn’t in my wheelhouse as a kid. Then again, I was raised by parents who lived through the “Satanic Panic” …

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The Golden Age: Detective Comics #27

The Golden Age: Detective Comics #27

“The Bat-Man, a mysterious and adventurous figure, fighting for righteousness and apprehending the wrong doer, in his lone battle against the evil forces of society… his identity remains unknown.” Detective Comics #27 was published in 1939, around the same time Timely was taking their first steps into superhero comics. Like Action Comics and Marvel Comics, …

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The Cape Gauntlet (Trailer)

The Cape Gauntlet (Trailer)

Golden. Silver. Bronze. Modern. All of these are eras in comic book history that had their own stories to tell and over the course of the last 80 years, there have been hundreds of thousands of issues published between the main two publishing companies – Marvel Comics and DC Comics – alone. They have pushed …

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The Final Excelsior: Remembering Stan Lee

The Final Excelsior: Remembering Stan Lee

Stan Lee passed away on November 12, 2018, due to cardiac arrest triggered by respiratory and congestive heart failure. He was an icon in the comic book industry. He co-created some of the most popular characters alongside the likes of Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and so many other artists. Sadly, his life ended in turmoil. …

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