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Geek vs Geek: Best Transformer

TotL – Geek vs Geek: Best Transformer

From time to time Outright Geekery brings you a slanted and biased opinion on some piece of trivially specific geek topic, we call it Outright Geekery’s Top o’ the Lot. This week on The Lot (that’s what the kids are...

Top o’ The Lot: Worst Comic Book Movies

From time to time Outright Geekery brings you a slanted and biased opinion on some trivially specific topic of geekery. We call it Outright Geekery’s Top o’ the Lot. With all the buzz around Superhero movies over the last decade...

Review: Civil War #3

This is not your parent’s Civil War. Heck this ain’t my Civil War. Picking up right where we left She-Hulk in the middle of trying to get into the Blue. Still trying to track down the assassin who ruined the...

Review: East of West #20

War is on the rise. The Union is desperate to get in the ear of the Endless Nation. Mass amounts of Ambassadors have been sent to the Endless Nation only to return in pieces back to the Union. Elsewhere we...

Review: Low #9

Going back to the time where the daugthers Tajo and Della were first taken back in issue one. We see now there first moments of life after being ripped away from their seemingly dying parents. We finally get to know...

Review Star Wars #8

The opening of this issue is spectacular, a brief moment with a Tie Fighter letting us glimpse a little of their banter was great. Thankfully picking up from issue #6 we find Han and Leia being held at gun point...

Review: House of M #1

House of M is maybe one of my favorite Marvel events of all time. There was a Top o the lot about which ones were my favorite. Also long ago when I reviewed and recommended trades to you guys, I...

Review: Archie #2

Archie needs to get a job to fix up his car. Only problem is he’s terrible at every job he has. Jughead and the gang know how dangerous Archie is when it comes to jobs. They work even harder then...

Review: Batman #43

I’ve not done a DC review in a long time. It has taken a moment for me to adjust the Post Convergence DC universe. One thing has been consistent at DC the last few years and its been Snyder and...

Review: Secret Wars #5

Picking up after the extremely climatic end of the last issue we found doom pondering the world he has created and the cost of it all, after stopping the man who was there at the beginning with him Sheriff Doctor...

Review: Injection #1

Writer: Warren Ellis Artist: Declan Shalvey Injection’s premise is that five crazy people poisoned the earth and now have to deal with the mistakes they made. Now if you read Injection #1 without having read the preview its hard to...

Review: Ant-Man #5

Writer: Nick Spencer Artist: Ramon Rosanas Cover: Mark Brooks The sorta conclusion to the first art of Nick Spencer’s Ant-Man is here. Let me adjust by spouting that Ant-Man has been my favorite superhero since I was 4 living in...

Review: Dead Drop #1

Writer: Ales Kot Artist: Adam Gorham Color Artist: Michael Spicer Letters: Dave Sharpe Design: Jared K. Fletcher Cover Artists: Raul Allen, Adam Gorham, Tamra Bonvillain, Juan José Ryp, Pete Pantazis, Brian Level, Jordan Boyd This was a refreshing story. We...

Comics That Should be TV Shows

Top O’ the Lot: Daredevil Runs

From time to time Outright Geekery brings you a slanted and biased opinion on some trivially specific topic of geekery. We call it Outright Geekery’s Top o’ the Lot. I’m sure by now you’ve all binged Netflix/Marvel’s Daredevil, and thought,...

Preview: Deathlok #1

Written by NATHAN EDMONDSON Art & Cover by MIKE PERKINS Variant Covers by CLAYTON CRAIN And SKOTTIE YOUNG Design Variant by MIKE PERKINS Hasbro Variant Also Available FOC – 10/06/14, On-Sale – 10/29/14 He is the perfect killing machine. The...

Review: Deadly Class #7

Review: Deadly Class #7 Written by Rick Remender Art by Wes Craig and Lee Loughridge Remender is writing a ton of books these days. He has two ongoing titles and a major event over at Marvel and three separate ongoing...

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy #18

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #18 Brian Michael Bendis (WRITER) • Ed McGuinness (ARTIST) 75th Anniversary Variant by ALEX ROSS 75th Anniversary Sketch Variant by ALEX ROSS Original Sin Tie-In! • You know you want to know how Star-Lord got back...

Review: Low #2

Review: Low #2 Written by Rick Remender Art by Greg Tocchini Last month’s Low #1 from Remender and Tocchini was spectacular. It introduced us to a wonderful new world filled with some complex, interesting characters. So with such a great...

Review: The Superior Spider-man #32

Review: The Superior Spider-man #32 Written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli, John Dell, and Antonio Fabela Spider-Ock is back in action and goes on another adventure, this time hopping through space and time in hopes...