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Bob McLeod Talks Inspiration and Legacy at Wizard World Philadelphia

by Laura Cerroneon July 4, 2018
Back in May, the Geek Chic Elite attended the 18thannual Wizard World Philadelphia. Amidst having a great time at the convention, we also got down to business and talked with artists, creators, and other pop culture movers and shakers. Our latest GCE podcast is with Bob McLeod, who we met at the convention and spoke […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp Stands Tall as a Sequel

by Laura Cerroneon July 3, 2018
In the wake of Avengers: Infinity War, the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe hangs in an uncertain balance. Luckily for True Believers, part of the emotional wound the May blockbuster inflicted is tempered with Ant-Man and the Wasp, the sequel to one of the media company’s most uncertain standalone superhero films, 2015’s Ant-Man. Once […]

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Ann Nocenti: Storytelling from Comics to Museums

by Laura Cerroneon June 4, 2018
At the heart of all her endeavors, Ann Nocenti has largely been focused on telling a good story. In her early days, she was quick to pick up the mechanics of the ironclad 1980’s Marvel Bullpen. She penned some of the most important works during Marvel’s ‘Second Golden Age,’ including the creation of Longshot and […]

Deadpool 2 Easter Eggs You May Have Missed

by Kaitlyn Smithon May 17, 2018
NOTE: This article contains SPOILERS for Deadpool 2 Follow this link for a spoiler-free review of Deadpool 2. Each easter egg has been ranked from smallest to largest and each heading will include a – SPOILER WARNING. This list of course won’t include the countless jokes and one-liners that allude to popular culture, only things viewers should […]

Deadpool 2 Probed (Ahem, Reviewed) NO SPOILERS!

by Kaitlyn Smithon May 15, 2018
Holy. BALLS. This movie delivers. It’s a crispy slab of gluten slathered in sauce and cheese, brought right to your track suit-laden, love machine ass for post-orgasmic bliss. Yes, that’s right folks. If Deadpool was the main act, Deadpool 2 is curling up to that special someone with a greasy pie, a dirty cigarette and […]

The GCE Podcast Talks Avengers: Infinity War Spoilers

by Laura Cerroneon May 3, 2018
There’s no need for us to tell you that Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War is a juggernaut of a movie. At nearly three hours, the Russo brothers have crafted a unique love letter to fans who have patiently waited ten years for something as big and as grand as this film. For those just tuning in, […]

Avengers: Infinity War, Ten Years in the Making (Spoiler Free Review)

by Garyon April 27, 2018
Avengers: Infinity War has been billed as the most ambitious crossover event in history (a fact which is now a meme). After watching the film, you can see why. Give or take 20 of the actors (I won’t list them all because spoilers) have had their name at the top of a movie poster or […]
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Nerdiest Super Bowl Trailers 2018

by Laura Cerroneon February 4, 2018
Eagles, Patriots… what I’m really here for are the trailers (and the food). Super Bowl LII (2018) did not disappoint. The first trailer to emerge during the pre-game ceremonies belonged to horror genre darling helmed by husband and wife duo John Krasinski and Emily Blunt. It’s the second official trailer for the movie. Fun fact: […]

Ace Comic Con Launches This Weekend

by Laura Cerroneon December 6, 2017
Ace Comic Con enters the arena of comic conventions this coming weekend with its inaugural event launching in Long Island, New York. Helmed by the Gareb and Stephen, who previously built Wizard World from the bottom up among other successes such as their pop culture magazine. From December 8 to December 10, fans can descend […]

Showcase’s Marvel’s Runaways Offers A Solid Introduction

by Garyon November 24, 2017
Showcase’s Marvel’s Runaways isn’t hiding its core premise: what happens when a group of teenagers discover that their parents are evil. It’s right there in the show’s synopsis. But that isn’t the only storyline in Showcase’s Marvel’s Runaways. Ultimately, the show is a coming of age story, except instead of growing up and developing into adults, […]