Last Thursday night, I went with my daughter and some friends to see the new Ghostbusters. I am a die hard fan of the original Ghostbusters (GB84). When I first heard that a new movie was being made, I was skeptical. “How are they going to do this without Harold Ramis?” Then came the announcement that they were using an all female cast (an announcement that I believe was a mistake, but more on that later) and that the movie was a reboot as opposed to a sequel or spin off. Again, my pessimism took root; this was going to be a terrible movie.
Greetings, Evil Geeks! First off, let me say what a pleasure it is to be posting on this blog. As some of you know, I’ve been on here before, first as the subject of a book review from Arthur Harkness for my space opera, Mako, then more recently as a guest on the Transmissions from the Evil Lair podcast. Suffice it to say, I always have fun here. So when C-Mart and the crew accepted my pitch for a guest post, I jumped at the chance to re-enter their playhouse.
All righty then. *slaps hands together Miyagi-style* Let’s light this powder keg, shall we?
Hello Geeks! It’s that special time of the month again…No, Not that one!
It’s our Top 5!
This month we are we are taking a stroll with the Ghost of Christmas Past while we look back at our favorite gifts that we did get and even a few ones that got away! Enjoy…
Every once in awhile the Evil Geeks like to single out an artist and do an article showcasing some of their work. Today noted nerd artist, Tom Whalen whose retro cartoon art we featured previously has returned with some certified excellence. Scroll through his distinctive take on some of our favorite franchises.
You can take a look at more of Tom’s work or purchase prints at his website.
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