My only goal when starting GeekyFaucet was to have a somewhat steady stream of content for the site. After all, what good is a creative outlet if you don’t use it? My focus as of late, though, has been given to our recently launched podcast.
Haters gonna hate. That would have been an appropriate assessment of my feelings towards this film as soon as it was announced. read more
It wasn’t that long ago that someone first mentioned to me the comic title Invincible. If I recall correctly, It was maybe 2 to 3 years ago. During that time I was pretty much in and out of comic reading hibernation, and it wasn’t till just a few months ago that I finally got around to this amazing book. I don’t think I have ever been hooked like I am with Invincible.
WARNING – THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS
One of the more high-profile creator-owned comic offerings that hit the stands recently was Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s Lazarus #1, published by Image Comics. read more
Far too often in this day and age, the demand to consume newly released pop culture goodness swallows up most of the modern geek’s time. I have decided to buck this trend as of late, by going back and discovering comics, obscure films and television shows from days of yore. read more
I started this site as a creative outlet, but I got more than I bargained for. On top of getting to write about the things I love, I’ve also learned a great deal. This column is about creating GeekyFaucet, and about keeping it going.
Welcome to the very first edition of Before and After. The premise is simple… I’ll take a look at some of the biggest films, television shows, comics, music, and books available. I’ll give you my take from before I dive in to them, and my thoughts about them once I’m through.
With Man of Steel opening this weekend, I figured that there is no better subject for the first edition. So lets get on with it…
This past weekend I had the chance to attend the Philadelphia Wizard World Comic Con. Unfortunately, I didn’t get to go on multiple days. However, I made the most of the day on saturday, and I took in all I could.