Archive for December, 2012
The zombie genre of movies has long become a rather stale and dying collection of tropes that just seems to get dusted off and repeated every other year or so. Warm Bodies, Jonathan Levine’s lively new take on the zombie genre, looks to change that by breathing new life into the undead genus of films. Based on the brilliant novel of the same name, by author Isaac Marion, Warm Bodies is a zombie romance starring Nicholas Hoult and Teresa Palmer. The film is set to release on February 1st of 2013, but thanks to Fandango Movies, we have an early More >
Posted by Michael Rodriguez
We hope you all had an amazing Christmas yesterday, and have some great plans for the upcoming New Years. We know much of the staff here at Speak Geeky To Me are looking forward to the holiday vacation time that sits nicely between the two days. So we all hope you don’t mind if we disappear for a little rest and relaxation over the next few days. In other words, Speak Geeky To Me is going on vacation until January 1st, 2013. If any big news or videos pop up, we’ll make sure to come back and share them here More >
While many of you are awaiting the Doctor Who Christmas Special, The Snowmen (or just finished watching it if you’re round about London Town), we have a preview of what’s to come in the second half of series 7 for Doctor Who.
So just who is Clara Oswald? You’ll just have to wait until April of next year for that answer. But do check back here regularly for more news on the Doctor and his upcoming exploits!
Christmas can often be a very…interesting time of year for many people. While others are having simple, jolly fun around the fireplace, drinking egg nog and opening presents, others are out having crazy adventures or worse. But as often is the case in the world of comics, everything seems to only be more exacerbated in sequential art. So here are some of the greatest, out there Christmas moments in comics.
Let’s start off with that wonderful story from Maximum Comics about Santa…when he was a Barbarian. People often forget that.
Or that horrible time a department store Santa tried to rob from More >
It’s that special time of year once again, where Santa comes to deliver good tidings to all the Geeky boys and girls out there!
So whether you are sitting down to watch the Doctor Who Christmas special or one of today’s 5 NBA games, we hope you all are surrounded by family, good friends, great food, and jolly times! From all of us at Speak Geeky To Me, Merry Christmas everyone!
Posted by KC Katastrophe
So I have been a comic book fan for quite some time and being that I am also somewhat of a girly girl who loves fashion, I thought why not marry the two together; Comics + Fashion= <3. With the help of Polyvore Fashionable Looks from Comic Books was born. Each month I will showcase a particular look or series of looks based on your favorite comic book characters. Girls take note! These fashions make you want to jump up and go shopping right now! I know a few of them have inspired me to do a little wardrobe reorganizing! Click More >
Courtesy of A Site Called Fred, we share with you a rather Geeky and comic themed way to celebrate this night before Christmas. Enjoy Stan Lee reading Clement Clarke Moore’s classic yuletide poem, The Night Before Christmas (also known as A Visit From St. Nicholas) in a fashion only Stan The Man could provide:
Yes, boys and girls, this week sees the tragic final issue of Amazing Spider-Man. Even though the series has been rebooted before back in the 90’s, fans never really went long without an issue of Marvel’s classic web-slinger in an Amazing form. Yet next month we will see Amazing Spider-Man be replaced with a Superior Spider-Man in a new series with a new #1 and…perhaps a new Spider-Man. You’ll have to read this final anniversary issue to know for sure, and I can honestly say the ending will surprise and possibly even upset many of you. Amazing Spider-Man #700 runs More >
It’s certainly not much, but NBC hasn’t been known for giving us much when it comes to Community. Never-the-less, NBC has posted a new clip from season 4 of Community just in time for Christmas. Even better? While this clip features much of the cast, it also has a fun little intro by Joel McHale. Remember, season 4 of Community premieres Thursday, February 7th at 8PM on NBC!