BY ON March 14th, 2018

With the Brute Force smuggled away on an airship towards Alondria, what hare-raising situations will unfold among the clouds? If you wish to support the show and get some goodies in the process, please check out the Patreon at Patreon.com/bruteforce. Brute Force features Adam Bash as the storyteller, Carly Shields as Lola the Harpy, John …

BY ON March 14th, 2018

It’s the end of Book 4, my loves. Our journey has come to a not really that super sweel end. Ya know, with The Dark Lord being back on the beat and all. But all’s well that ends sort of, nearly, well. This week, we hop back aboard the Hogwarts Express and say goodbye to …

BY ON March 14th, 2018

New Comic Book Day is upon us once again, dear readers, and that means it’s time for yet another edition of The Pull List! I’ll admit, I struggled to choose titles for this week. Not because there are no good comics coming out (there are so many!), but because I prefer to feature issues of …

BY ON March 13th, 2018

Would you like to take the lead on making something cool happen at GeeklyCon 2018? Whether it is a panel on your favorite subject, a performance of your non-geekly podcast, or a trip to a fun and/or interesting spot in Columbus: we want to help you make it happen. Panel space is limited, so we …

BY ON March 12th, 2018

Fortunately, that pesky robot was just a test. A fiendish way to make sure the Tower of Grey is operating at peak efficiency. Now, however, we must travel south to discover new lands and powerful new enemies. As always, I am sure everything will go swell.  The adventure continues with Steve Melloncamp (Mike Bachmann), Rowan …

BY ON March 12th, 2018

Konnichi wa!  This is the fourth installment of Geekly’s nerdy coverage of Japanese culture by Michael DiMauro and Carly Shields. After falling in love with the country during a visit in September, 2017, we noticed a lot of other people were contacting us about our experience. In an attempt to help out others on their first …

BY ON March 11th, 2018

So, I did something dumb and started A God in the Shed, by J-F. Dubeau, late at night. I’m not really a horror buff, and this book is straight horror, no mixer, no chaser. There’s…something…that lives in the town of Saint-Ferdinand. A spirit, a small god, a devil, an evil—something. There’s a serial killer too, …

BY ON March 8th, 2018

Nyx is a member of the Kingsglaive, an elite force entrusted with the magics of King Regis to defend the last city of Lucis, Insomnia, against the insatiable dominance of the Niflheim Empire. When Regis is forced to discuss terms of peace with Niflheim, Nyx discovers a plot that will unravel the lives of every …

BY ON March 8th, 2018

For International Women’s Day, here are some badass women of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) who defy the odds in order to pursue their passions and develop their intellects. Whether in fictional worlds or our own, the sciences are no magical haven of rationality: they’re beset with the same sexism, racism, and other social …

BY ON March 8th, 2018

Konnichi wa!  This is the third installment of Geekly’s nerdy coverage of Japanese culture by Michael DiMauro and Carly Shields. After falling in love with the country during a visit in September, 2017, we noticed a lot of other people were contacting us about our experience. In an attempt to help out others on their first …

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