Category Archive: Obligatory Comics Section

Best & Worst of Ultimate Marvel

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In the 2000’s, then Marvel Comics’ then president Bill Jemas and Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada were successfully pulling the publisher back from the brink of financial ruin. One the things they realized was that… Continue reading

WandaVision: Reading Essentials

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Though a few impatient viewers were not digging the first two episodes, the TV series WandaVision has become mandatory Friday night viewing for many. The Scarlett Witch, Vision and an assortment of other… Continue reading

Wandavision: Disney Just Gave Fox the Finger

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There’s a chance that you haven’t been watching the mind-bending new Marvel TV show Wandavision, in which case you should go and watch the first five episodes. Right now. Good, everyone caught up.… Continue reading

Greatest Superman Villains

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For over 80 years Superman has been the gold standard of superheroes as every other cape and spandex-wearer since owes him a debt. But you do not achieve this status without making enemies… Continue reading

Comicsgaters are Awful & Stupid

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At some point during my latter college years, I was listening to a radio show on NPR which specialized in music from emerging acts from all over the world. On this night, they… Continue reading

15 More Graphic Novels to Read This Halloween Season

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It’s Autumn which means House of Geekery presents a spooky-filled reading list for the Halloween season. We’ve been doing this for many years now but luckily, the number of talented and entertaining people… Continue reading

Greatest Justice League Stories

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If their is a superhero team reminiscent of a pantheon it is the Justice League. A team without equal they recruit the best and those who have proven themselves to battle evil. Over… Continue reading

Movies & TV Based on Comics That You Haven’t Seen Yet

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Our cinemas and TVs have become flooded with superheroes. Since Iron Man proved that a well constructed comic narrative can be reproduced as a big-budget spectacle so long as you retain the core… Continue reading

1990s: The ‘Dark Time’ of X-Men Comics

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For the past few years I’ve been reading through the X-Men comics. All of them. New Mutants, Excalibur, X-Factor…every title that existing in order of publication. This wasn’t planned. I’d read the comics… Continue reading

Captain America: Wielders of the Shield

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Ever since the creation of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby burst onto the scene, decked in a star-spangled costume and socking Hitler in the jaw he has been an icon of Marvel Comics.… Continue reading