If you haven’t noticed, I’ve been a little active on What’s A Geek. It’s a pretty fun group, and, you know, writing a lot about geek stuff while learning about other geeky stuff I never knew existed. Did you know I had no idea what the hell a waifu was until I met them?
So here are a few things I wrote for What’s A Geek the past few days. Enjoy.
Yes, we know, Doctor Who is not going to air their tenth series this year. Sure, we’ll have a Christmas Special, but it’s disappointing to have to wait a good 365 days without the good old Doctor and his TARDIS. Well, worry not. Check this survival guide out, and enjoy great stuff like the newly-released War Doctor audios!
Okay, I did not write this one. This is mostly Pam’s work. But I did help out with developing the questionnaire, and answering this would help us make better content suited for you in the future. So just click here and let us know who you are!
I’m a big fan of what Archie Comics have been doing over the last two years. Heck, Afterlife With Archie is easily the best comic of 2014 for me. If they continue the direction they’ve established over the last few years, Riverdale is not going to suck. I hope it doesn’t suck. Please don’t suck.
I managed to convince fellow What’s A Geek admins to help me go through this little online repository of literature called Wattpad, where the quality of works contained in their archives have been notoriously… inconsistent. Sure, some writers were able to score book deals and have had movie adaptations of their works starring JaDine and KathNiel, but on the other end of the spectrum, we have works such as Raped and Got Pregnant By A Vampire Prince.
Join me and the rest of the WAG admin team as we try to make sense of this modern literary masterpiece.
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- Bobby Anti-Theft Backpack Review: A Well-Realized First Generation Product
- Ranking the ‘Doctor Who’ Series Finales From Best to Worst
- Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Geeky Friend (Who May or May Not Be Named Ade)
- John Hurt Returns as the War Doctor in ‘Only the Monstrous’ [Review]