Hey there, Evil Geeks! In the time that we’ve been around, quite a few folks have passed through the front door of the Evil Lair. Between podcast guests, interviewees, review subjects and guest writers, we’ve played host to an ever growing list of new friends and acquaintances. Almost 63% of those who’ve entered our sanctum sanctorum have lived to tell the tale and have even gone on to continue working on their passion projects. Today we’re going to take a look at some of the latest works from some of the people who’ve been kind enough to spend some time with us and share their works.
On this episode of Transmissions From the Evil Lair, Arthur Harkness, C-Mart, and Martian Luthor Kang the 117th are joined by Sam Johnson, creator of Geek Girl. Sam talks his creation as well as some of the other projects he’s got lined up. Then once Sam leaves all hell breaks loose as the guys talk Michael Bay’s Ninja Turtles, the first new SNES release since 1998, and get disturbingly honest about Mr. Clean.
Good Morning Nerds
Yesterday my man Arthur gave us a review of Sam Johnson’s Geek Girl, so today I’m following up with one for another of Johnson’s books; Mr. Mash-Up issue #0. Sidebar, if you’ve read Geek Girl, you’ve actually seen Mr. Mash-up in one of the final panels of issue #0. Mr. Mash-Up #0 was an interesting take on a book for the traditional first issue because it was set up like an anthology with three distinct stories that Mr. Mash-Up appears in, but isn’t alway the main focus.
Good morning goyles and ghouls. Today I am going to be stepping out of my comfort zone, and joining the ranks of the other geeks and do a comic review. Normally, I save these for my fellow contributors, mainly because I love reading their reviews, but this time I thought I would do the reviewing. SO let’s get to it.
Last week, I received a copy of Geek Girl from our fearless leader, and decided to take a gander. It’s a digital comic, which I normally do not do, mainly because I enjoy having physical copies of things. I know, but I’m keeping print alive. Geek Girl is a title I can get behind (don’t even think about it.) It has two of my favorite things; Geeks and Girls, so I figured it would be right up my alley. I dove in.