Guild Wars 2 Expansion News!


Hey there Evil Geeks! Today we’re featuring the first post from a new guest writer, The Fairy Wizard:

You might have heard about the new expansion pack for Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns, which was revealed at PAX a few days ago. You might have been there yourself, or (as is more likely) watched the event on twitch, listening to the ambient music with giddy anticipation. You might have been overwhelmed by the hype and even felt excited at the thought of new content in the game. Well, if you have, then please stop reading, because I’m about to take all that enthusiasm and burn it to the ground.

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Ep 102 – Mike E Winfield Stops By and Kevin Gilligan Returns

transmissions-header-10-7Hey there, Evil Geeks! We have an AMAZING show for you today. First up, C-Mart, Paulo Pinta, and Undies of Wondy talk with comedian Mike E Winfield for a discussion of all things comedy. Then C-Mart and Undies of Wondy have a chat with Kevin Gilligan of Gigahoes and Geeks Out, in his second appearance on the podcast, about wrapping the first season of Gigahoes and the upcoming Flamecon in NYC!

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Thanos: Romancer of Death, Master of Accessorizing


Hey there Evil Geeks, we’re still several months away from Avengers: Age of Ultron, but Marvel is already ramping up to the 2 part mega-crossover event Avengers: Infinity War. Those films are still years away, but if you’ve been paying close attention to the Marvel Cinematic U, you’ve noticed that there’s been someone looming ominously in the background the whole time. Who is this mystery power player, pulling the strings behind the scenes?
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Evil Book Report – House of Comarré

Over the last couple years I have been intermittently reading this series, and last month I finished the fifth and final book of the collection. The series deals with a group of supernaturals familiar to all of us. It’s got vampires, shapeshifters, ghosts, and even ninja-like warriors. Some of my favorite characters in the novels are faeries. It was a fun read that I am happy to bring you my review of.


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What’s Killing My Social Life This Week – Shovel Knight

We are living in a time where we have the technology to make some of the greatest looking and most in depth video games and yet there is a small niche of games being made to cater to the retro crowd. I for one couldn’t be happier. It’s fulfilling a basic need for me. I have never been much of a gamer by modern standards, but that would never stop me from popping on an old 8 Bit or 16 Bit game and finding endless hours or entertainment. Thankfully there are game developers who understand that there are people like me in this world that would easily pay for a new “old” style game.

I’ve been loving the new series of Super Mario Brothers and Donkey Kong Country games. I hit real pay dirt though with the downloadable Final Fantasy IV: The After Years a direct sequel to the U.S. Final Fantasy 2 including the same music, the same graphics, the same characters, the same everything just with a new story. It’s exactly what I wanted. When a friend recommended Shovel Knight to me all I had to do was see the graphics and I was immediately sold. Yacht Club Games is the company behind this and they released the game via download for most major systems. Shovel Knight is everything that’s great about 8 bit gaming and then some.


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Unearthed From The Evil Lair

Things sometimes fall through the cracks in the hallowed halls of The Evil Lair. Articles of clothing mostly, but occasionally it can be priceless pieces of art. The below picture has recently been excavated from our fabled Liefeld Week portraying the Evil Geeks in a homage to the Youngblood #1 cover.


Just remember, Liefeld Week is never truly over if you believe.


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