Here at Geek Watch One, we try to not repeat ourselves. But with Luke Cage hitting Netflix this week, we thought it was worth revisiting Kylan’s post from last year covering the character’s history. Enjoy!
Luke Cage is a Marvel character who has been around since the early 70’s and has mostly been a B or C tier character until Alias (with Jessica Jones) and the “Civil War” event. Now he’s up there with the big boys – Cage is even an Avenger now! As you may know, he is one of my faves and is a great study in self improvement. Ride with me in the way back machine as I give you a crash course on him from his meager beginnings to his rise to the top. Continue reading Irregular’s Intel – Why I Love Luke Cage (Revisited)
So after a few weeks of no real games coming out I realized that we are kinda in a drought for triple A games. I mean, Square was supposed to release Final Fantasy 15 tomorrow, but they pushed it back. And two weeks ago Shantae: Half-Genie Hero was supposed to arrive, but it got pushed back. Continue reading The Gamer Geek Blog – Triple A Drought
With the Luke Cage series hitting Netflix this weekend, it seems an appropriate time to give a little background on the character. Almost a year ago, right around the time Jessica Jones premiered, Kylan gave us a pretty extensive history of Luke Cage (and why he loves the character). So if you really want to delve into that history, you should go read that blog post (it’s right here). But today we’re doing the “quick and dirty” version. Continue reading Comics Cosmos – Luke Cage
A few months back (ok, it was way back in February), I wrote about delving into the history of favorite characters by reading their early stories. It’s a great way to indulge your fandom. Well I got a chance to indulge in that history in another way over the weekend at a convention. Continue reading Miss Dawn’ Musings – Appreciating the Greats
He was a small little thing, but he had a lot of heart. His name was Herbie the Love Bug.
In 1968, Disney continued its run of live-action family films about sports with The Love Bug (G), starting a new series that is still known today with its many sequels. At this time, however, there was only one Bug—a Volkswagen who was conveniently anything but one. Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – AI Gone Right: A Look Back at The Love Bug