Right. So I was starting another intense post, and then decided I needed a break from all the angry. So you’re going to get something else that makes me happy. I fucking love conspiracy and paranormal podcasts. I grew up surrounded by books filled with real ghost stories, UFOs, Bigfoot sightings, past lives, and other… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #422 – Brief Happiness Break.
Let’s get the disclaimer out of the way: I’ve been running Blue Rose demos at local conventions and comic shops since October. I agreed to run the demos never having played the game before, and spent a week or so studying the book and rules to get myself up to speed. I like it a… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #416 – Review: Blue Rose RPG
Ok. I was wrong. Utterly, completely and wonderfully wrong. Gal Gadot was absolutely wonderful as Wonder Woman. See, I can admit when I was wrong. I finally got to see Wonder Woman today, and it was everything I have been looking for in a female led superhero film since I was five. My tattooed, pierced,… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #378 – Review: Wonder Woman
Ok, so my exception to my refusal to see movies opening weekend is my birthday weekend, because Marvel nearly always releases on my birthday, and I have awesome friends. We saw Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 last night and it was AMAZING!!!! Seriously, I had read some mixed reviews of it, and… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #367 – Review: Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2
Ok, instead of ranting about Nick Spencer and Marvel’s boneheaded, tone-deaf marketing decisions, I’m going to talk about some awesome things. I recently received a new Clairefontaine My Essential notebook to review, and I love it. I’m a big fan of Clairefontaine anyway, they are one of my top three paper brands. Come on, who… Read More Geek Girls Rule! – #363 Things that are Good
Masterminds by Gordon Korman is a young adult book about children raised in an idyllic small town in the American Southwest, who discover that they are clones of some of the worst criminal masterminds in contemporary America. The book switches POV from chapter to chapter between the kids (Eli, Tori, Malik, Hector and Amber) as… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #355 – Review: Masterminds by Gordon Korman
I did not want to like Gotham. I went into it already looking sideways at it, pretty convinced that I was going to be mildly interested in it if at all. I mean, how much “gritty realism” can the superhero genre take in general, the DC Universe in particular? Saturday night the Geek Husband What… Read More Geek Girls Rule! #309 – Review: Gotham