The days are getting hotter, but the assortment of geekery hitting theaters and comic shops in June offers more than enough excuses to spend some time cooling off this summer. Along with a long list of high-profile comics on the way, the month is book-ended by two blockbuster films, a trio of geek-friendly releases on the home video side, and enough collectible toys, statues and other swag to… Continue reading June Geek Guide: Marvel's 75th Anniversary, 'Rabbit Hole Batman,' Superman Stories, Transformers Comics and More!
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The summer movie season is officially here, and along with an impressive lineup of films arriving in theaters this month, there’s also a heap of cool comics and collectibles hitting shelves. Basically, May is a great month to be a geek.
From Peter Parker’s big return to the screen and comics (he’s been out of commission in Marvel Comics continuity for over a year now, just in case… Continue reading May Geek Guide: 'Spider-Man,' 'Star Wars,' 'Ninja Turtles,' 'Godzilla' and More
If you’re sensing a wobble in the time continuum, that’s because this week’s column is dispensing with the normal schedule a bit. After missing a week due to some supersecret, globe-trotting adventures that may or may not involve an upcoming movie, I’m getting an early start on the monthly recommendation column in order to offer up something special for next week’s special April Fools’ Day edition of The Geek Beat.
March is shaping up to be an interesting month for movies hailing from the geekier side of Hollywood. We’re getting a pseudo sequel to a popular film based on a graphic novel (which was itself based on historical events), a big-screen adaptation of a best-selling video game franchise, a movie based on a canceled television series, and a new adventure with the Muppets – and that’s just what’s hitting theaters.