Articles by: Geek Outlaw

EVENT:  Just Add Geeks – WonderCon 2014 Cosplay Grows in Lock Step with Attendance (Part 2)

EVENT: Just Add Geeks – WonderCon 2014 Cosplay Grows in Lock Step with Attendance (Part 2)

  Being a self-described veteran (in my own mind) of the West Coast comic-book convention circuit, I can personally attest to the claim that more patrons attending a comic-con does not necessarily translate into an equal amount of additional con-goers donning the threads—and common household supplies—to emulate their favorite pop […]

by May 2, 2014 0 comments Comic-Con, Cosplay, Events, Men, Women
EVENT: 2014 WonderCon gets Super Sized… Again (Part 1)

EVENT: 2014 WonderCon gets Super Sized… Again (Part 1)

  I’m not sure which is a more impressive statistic: the notion that WonderCon 2014 represented my third consecutive year attending the convention or the fact I can still remember events that took place more than 48 hours ago.  From what I can recall, Comic-Con International’s annual event in Anaheim, […]

by April 25, 2014 1 comment Comic-Con, Comics, Cosplay, Events, Interviews, Misc
BOOK REVIEW: John Mulhall Proves Horror Can be Multi-Dimensional with his Debut Novel, Geddy’s Moon

BOOK REVIEW: John Mulhall Proves Horror Can be Multi-Dimensional with his Debut Novel, Geddy’s Moon

  Being a literate man–albeit just barely–I’ve learned there are many good books out there that do their genre proud.  On the flip side, there are only a few great stories that do several genres proud at once.  One of those rarities is author John Mulhall’s debut novel, Geddy’s Moon. […]

by April 18, 2014 0 comments Books, Horror, Reviews, Sci-Fi
MOVIE REVIEW:  Marvel Ices Another Epic Blockbuster with Captain America: The Winter Soldier

MOVIE REVIEW: Marvel Ices Another Epic Blockbuster with Captain America: The Winter Soldier

  For an outlaw, I’m a pretty old-fashioned fella.  Hence my use of words that prevailed as being popular somewhere between the cretaceous and Jurassic periods of the earth’s history.  In addition to being a bit more of a traditional gent, I’m also a fairly patriotic guy, so it isn’t […]

by April 11, 2014 1 comment Comics, Movies, Reviews
The Walking Dead Season 4 Finale REVIEW:  Don’t Call it a Comeback, Grimes Never Left

The Walking Dead Season 4 Finale REVIEW: Don’t Call it a Comeback, Grimes Never Left

  It’s hard to believe that Rick Grimes has been making splatter art out of the undead going on four years now (longer if you count the comic).  As per the title of this post, I bring this up because as The Walking Dead’s core antagonist, Rick (played to comic […]

by April 3, 2014 1 comment Misc, Reviews, TV
WIN FREE LOOT: Win the Shirts off Geek Outlaw’s Back Rewards Contest – April 2014

WIN FREE LOOT: Win the Shirts off Geek Outlaw’s Back Rewards Contest – April 2014

  If you’ve followed the Geek Outlaw Facebook page, or are one of the six people that pay attention to my post photos, you’ll notice that I have a fairly unhealthy preoccupation with geek t-shirts.  Whether it’s the artistic beauty, the undying nostalgia, or the curious desire to announce my […]

by April 1, 2014 19 comments Rewards
EVENT: The Little 2014 ConDor Convention That Could

EVENT: The Little 2014 ConDor Convention That Could

  Having traveled the convention circuit here on the left coast for nearly two years now, I was fairly confident that I had experienced pop culture shows of all shapes, sizes and types.  Boy was I wrong.  Enter Condor; billed by it’s website as San Diego’s longest running Science Fiction […]

by March 27, 2014 0 comments Cosplay, Events, Reviews, Western
COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Identity Comics Breaks the Value Threshold with Verge #1

COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Identity Comics Breaks the Value Threshold with Verge #1

  You wouldn’t know it by casually striking up a conversation with me, but I’m actually a fairly ardent fan of comic books (aka graphic novels to the more sophisticated and politically correct geek.)  I don’t usually publicize this fun-fact mainly due to the not-so-grownup stigma that those of the […]

by March 21, 2014 1 comment Comics, Reviews
TV REVIEW: Fox’s Cosmos Leaves you Feeling Smarter and Less Signifigant in 30 Minutes or Less

TV REVIEW: Fox’s Cosmos Leaves you Feeling Smarter and Less Signifigant in 30 Minutes or Less

  What is the first thing that enters your mind upon hearing the word cosmos? Is it the vast wonders of the heavens above? Could it be the popular 1980’s documentary series written and hosted by astronomer Carl Sagan? Or, does it remind you of the lesser known Autobot Transformer […]

by March 12, 2014 1 comment Reviews, TV
EVENT: Geek Outlaw & Hot Nerd Girl go behind the booth for the 2014 LA Comic Book & Sci-Fi Convention

EVENT: Geek Outlaw & Hot Nerd Girl go behind the booth for the 2014 LA Comic Book & Sci-Fi Convention

  For the better part of the past two years, I have been toiling away at comic conventions with my NerdBff, Hot Nerd Girl, handing out free swag and extolling the virtues of Geek Outlaw for anyone who would listen, but mainly to those who I annoyed the ever loving […]

by March 7, 2014 2 comments Comics, Events, Misc, Personal
close
Visit Our BlogVisit Our BlogVisit Our BlogVisit Our BlogVisit Our BlogVisit Our Blog