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Best Geeky Finds – Wonder Woman!

There was certainly a lot wrong about Batman v. Superman – the plot, introduction of characters, the climax. The one thing that was in no way wrong (okay, maybe a few tiny exceptions) though was Wonder Woman. This introduction of the character said immediately that she was badass, didn’t care about anybody’s preconceived ideas, and she had been fighting for a long time to protect those she loved. She was Diana, princess of Themyscara.  Continue reading Best Geeky Finds – Wonder Woman!

Gotham Gal West Coast – Unspoiled Panther

Our west coast correspondent managed to get tickets to an early screening of Black Panther. Here’s her non-spoilery teaser review…. with basic story taken from the trailers.

With Black Panther, Marvel delivers one of its most cohesive, plot-driven origin stories yet. Filled with an unforgettable cast, this film will have you immersed in the magical, technology-driven world of Wakanda.  Continue reading Gotham Gal West Coast – Unspoiled Panther

She Geek Critique – The Good and The Bad

I’m not into comedy television much, at least not the typical sitcoms. So when a friend suggested I might want to try The Good Place, staring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson, it took me a little while before I got to it. In fact, it wasn’t until a couple months after the first season ended that I finally gave it a try. And then I ended up binging the entire season over a weekend.  Continue reading She Geek Critique – The Good and The Bad

She Geek Critique – Story After Story

Perhaps it’s because I grew up watching Twilight Zone, Tales from the Darkside, Outer Limits and others that I enjoy watching anthology shows. You know the ones, the series that have overarching themes or ideas behind them, but every episode is a self-contained story. There are some that have loose connections, like a character that pops up a few times or a similar setting, but they are all still separate tales that can be watched in pretty much any order.  Continue reading She Geek Critique – Story After Story