Welcome back creature lovers. Being a fan of Star Wars marathons it is rare that I make it more than a year without rewatching these wonderful movies. And lucky for you all the movies are chuck full of incredible creatures, giving me more and more ideas of aliens to write about for Your Weekend Creature Comforts. This weekend I want to spotlight The Dianoga, a creature that scares the hell out of everyone watching A New Hope for the first time but also one that most people do not know what it really looks like…
Hey there, Evil Geeks! If you’re anything at all like us, then you’ve probably spent quite a bit of time watching cartoons over the years. Whether you’re a Looney Tunes fanatic or an Anime maniac, you’ve probably wondered what it’s like to be the voice behind your favorite characters. Maybe you’ve even grown to become a fan of certain voice actors or maybe even wanted to be a voice actor yourself? Well if that’s the case then today is your lucky day! If you’re going to be in the Albany, NY area on October 11th & 12th, you can sign up for a voice acting workshop with none other than Erica Schroeder, the voice behind dozens and dozens of characters from shows like Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh!, GI Joe: Sigma 6, Sonic the Hedgehog, and even the animated version of Astonishing X-Men. It gets better though Evil Geeks, because we’ve got a special offer for you! If you’re one of the first 10 people to sign up for the workshop, you’ll get $50 off the price! Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to learn directly from one of the voice acting greats! Space is limited, so don’t wait too long or you’ll miss out. Remember to tell ‘em the Evil Geeks sent ya!
Oh hello, Internet, I didn’t see you come in. How does this morning find you? That’s good to hear… oh, I’m doing quite well, thanks for asking. I recently acquired a new piece of art. No, I didn’t visit that gallery exhibition downtown, although I hear they had some delightful pieces; This was a work I commissioned from two of our generation’s greatest masters: Biff Tannen and Arthur Harkness. You may recall that in the past I have tasked them with recreating some of my favorite nerd culture images, yes? This one is almost undeniably the finest of those works. Here is the classis, (if amateurishly illustrated) original.
Greetings time-travelling Evil Geeks! We’ve got a special bonus podcast for you this week as Gisella Bustillos and Wanda Bertram, the director and producer of the new documentary A Brief History of Time Travel stop by the Evil Lair to talk about their latest project and who their favorite time hopping heroes are as Biff Tannen, C-Mart, Lilith Assisi, Martian Luthor Kang, and Undies of Wondy try to keep their heads from exploding with temporal madness. Right after you’re done listening, make sure you head over to Kickstarter and help get this incredible documentary get off the ground! If you don’t donate and then regret it later, you’ll just have to hop in your personal chrono-skimmer to run back in time and make sure you don’t miss out on the opportunity to be an integral part of making this film!
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I am truly fascinated by the original pulp vigilante The Shadow for my money he was the best of those creations from that era. He’s left quite a legacy in his wake with legions of imitators. I was excited when Dynamite picked up the license for the character (amongst many, many other old school pulp characters) and began a new series with him back in 2012. I picked up the trade for Vol. 1 The Fire of Creation as soon as it was released without reading the 6 collected issues prior. The author of course was Garth Ennis whom I didn’t particularly have great success with his Fury miniseries but I was willing to give this a shot.
Welcome back for another action-packed, spoiler-riddled review from your favorite Evil Queen. Yes I am still sadly recovering from a bloody knee injury, but I am on the mend and getting lots of time to indulge in more fun science fiction flicks. This weekend the Veganaut and I tackled Pandorum, a 2009 film whose back cover sounded strangely similar to Event Horizon. I now bring you my review of this Denis Quaid featuring film.