Watching Taken the Miniseries (part 3)

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Unlike the first two episodes, there isn’t a huge time gap between the end of Jacob and Jesse and the start of High Hopes. We continue to watch Jacob and Jesse grow up… Continue reading

Watching Taken the Miniseries (part 3)

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Unlike the first two episodes, there isn’t a huge time gap between the end of Jacob and Jesse and the start of High Hopes. We continue to watch Jacob and Jesse grow up… Continue reading

Cosplay is not Consent: The Dragon Con Edition

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I feel the need to begin this article with the caveat that I had an amazing time at Dragon Con this year – the problem is that I have to also say that… Continue reading

Watching Taken the TV Miniseries (part 2)

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The second episode of the series is titled Jacob and Jesse and, indeed, we get introduced to the two character that propel most of the early episodes of the series forward. If you… Continue reading

Agent Carter One-Shot and Captain Marvel Movie: Yes Please!

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Agent Carter’s one-shot is available as an added extra on the upcoming “Iron Man 3” DVD/Blu-ray. The short takes place one year after “Captain America: the First Avenger,” and Hayley Atwell reprising the… Continue reading

Free! Episode 7 and 8 Review

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We at The Geekiary would like to apologize for the incredible delay in Free! reviews. Unfortunately, that pesky thing called real life has gotten in the way. Hopefully we can catch up before… Continue reading

Watching Taken the TV Miniseries (part 1)

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I was recently reminded of a TV miniseries that I was absolutely obsessed with for a while and decided to look it up and give it a rewatch after not really thinking about… Continue reading

DC Angers Fans Twice In One Week

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Trigger Warning: This article discusses suicide. DC Comics is hosting a contest called “Break Into Comics,” where people can submit a four panel comic that’s outlined by DC.  The panels are to be… Continue reading

What Is This “Alphas” Thing?

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I recently got access to Netflix and decided to give the whole “recommendations” thing a shot.  All my shows (no joke, every single one) is on hiatus right now and it’s either try… Continue reading

Web Comic Recommendation: Gronk A Monster’s Story

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  Gronk is webcomic created by Katie Cook. For any My Little Pony fans, she’s written a couple of arcs of the IDW comic. Gronk is a monster who’s picked on by her… Continue reading

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