Like most fans, and all live-tweeters, I tend to suffer during the summers when my shows go on hiatus from one season to the next. However, with September well underway, all of the favorites will be returning with new plots, characters, and story arcs to keep us going until the mid-season break come December. But… Read More Jen’s Most Anticipated Fall 2017 TV Line-Up!
It’s not often that I don’t have random thoughts flitter through my head while watching a movie, or watching a television show; honestly, it’s why I live-tweet (@NerdGirlJen). But, I especially had some thoughts while I watched Captain America: Civil War: 149 (plus) to be exact. Oh.. This guy’s Hydra. Hail Hydra. Wait, no Jenna,… Read More 149 Thoughts Jenna Had While Watching “Captain America: Civil War” (And a Few to Grow On)!
Imagine you have super powers; it can be any super power you can think of: telepathy, flight, x-ray vision, super strength, a metal exoskeleton, speed… just anything you can think of, and you use that power to save the world. Sweet, right? Now, how would you feel if the government initiated an act that caused… Read More Monster Movie Reviews! Captain America: Civil War (PG-13)!
With networks weighing their options on what shows to keep and what shows to get rid of for the upcoming Fall 2016 line-up, a lot of shows are on the chopping block for not bringing in reviews like anticipated. Many comic book shows like Arrow, The Flash, and Agents of SHIELD have already been renewed… Read More Monster Six Pack! Six Reasons Agent Carter is the Best “Comic Book” Show that You’re Not Watching!
Welcome back fellow Geeks! Today we will look at #15-#11 on our list of Top 20 Comic Book Movies the list. If you missed any of our previous posts you can play catch up by clicking the links below: #20-#16 Movies that Just Missed the List The Ranking Process I hope you continue to enjoy our… Read More Monsters of Geek’s Top 20 Comic Book Movies: #15-#11
[Major SPOILERS Ahead! You have been warned!] 2013 and 2014 were pretty big years for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU): in 2013 a network television series airs that follows fan-favorite agent, Phil Coulson, and his team, and both Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World are released to theaters; and in 2014’s Captain America:… Read More The Marvel Cinematic Universe is Ripe for More Crossovers Between the Big and the Small Screen
I’ve been a Spider-Man fan for as long as I can remember. I watched the television show every Saturday morning on Fox, and one winter night trying to get my Grandparents’ ancient satellite dish to pull in the signal the night they put the season premiere in prime time. I read the comics thought out… Read More OPED: How Marvel Should Handle Spider-Man in their Cinematic Universe