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WIN HOLIDAY LOOT: “Winter is Here” and so is the 2016 Outlaw ‘Holiday Hoedown’ Rewards Contest

WIN HOLIDAY LOOT: “Winter is Here” and so is the 2016 Outlaw ‘Holiday Hoedown’ Rewards Contest

  It’s been confirmed by many reputable sources (aka my parents) that I live as if I was raised in a barn. Hence, it’s only fitting that I’m giving away the farm in this year’s “Winter is Here” Outlaw Holiday Rewards Contest! Thanks to the generous gifts provided to Geek […]

by November 22, 2016 4 comments Books, Comic-Con, Holidays, Misc, Movies, Rewards, Toys, TV
WIN “HOLIDAY” LOOT: The Outlaw Makes Geek Friday a Thing with the 2015 “Holiday Hoedown” Rewards Contest

WIN “HOLIDAY” LOOT: The Outlaw Makes Geek Friday a Thing with the 2015 “Holiday Hoedown” Rewards Contest

  It’s that time of year again. Bells are ringing, angels are singing and wallets are about to start stinging. You guessed it, the holidays are upon us once like clockwork and that means our credit card bills will soon be more pages than the proposed Trans-Pacific Trade agreement. Much […]

by November 13, 2015 1 comment Books, Holidays, Misc, Movies, Rewards
BOOK REVIEW: ‘Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History’ is “Heavy” No Matter What Time Continuum You Live In

BOOK REVIEW: ‘Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History’ is “Heavy” No Matter What Time Continuum You Live In

  I don’t read often, but when I do, I like plenty of pictures. Thankfully, Back to the Future: The Ultimate Visual History arrived just in the nick of time. Let me expound upon that statement further. Reading takes time. And that’s assuming, unlike me, you know how to do […]

by October 21, 2015 0 comments Books, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
SDCC 2015: Comic-Con is All About the Art of the Deal(ers)

SDCC 2015: Comic-Con is All About the Art of the Deal(ers)

  With most pop culture-themed conventions there tend to be three main focuses of interest: the panels, the CosPlay and the main hall – or as some scientific aficionados in the industry may refer to it: The Floor.  For most con-goers, the floor is where bank accounts go to die. […]

by August 14, 2015 0 comments Art and Museums, Books, Comic-Con, Events, Misc
GUEST BLOG: In Memoriam of Leonard Nimoy & Terry Pratchett: Teachers of Life, Prosperity, Death & Humanity

GUEST BLOG: In Memoriam of Leonard Nimoy & Terry Pratchett: Teachers of Life, Prosperity, Death & Humanity

(For this sentimental Geek Outlaw guest blog, I’ve again reached out to fellow Outlaw and ubergeek, Terris Gartner, to share his heartfelt thoughts on the recent passing of two pop culture legends. Join Terris as he pays tribute to the great Leonard Nimoy and the masterful Terry Pratchett.) ______________________________________________________________   […]

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: Catching Fire Turns Up the Heat in Hunger Games Trilogy

MOVIE REVIEW: Catching Fire Turns Up the Heat in Hunger Games Trilogy

  After almost a year and a half of crying myself to sleep, Jennifer Lawrence still hasn’t responded to the marriage proposal I broadcast into the digital universe via my review of the first Hunger Games movie back in March of 2012.   I’ve come to terms with it though as […]

by November 26, 2013 9 comments Books, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
DUAL MOVIE REVIEW:  Ender’s Game Isn’t All Fun and… You Get the Gist

DUAL MOVIE REVIEW: Ender’s Game Isn’t All Fun and… You Get the Gist

      Taking into account that the art of reading a book in a timely fashion isn’t a skill high on my list of strengths, my experience with the sci-fi film adaption of Ender’s Game lacked any literary expectations.  On the other hand, my NBFF Hot Nerd Girl reads […]

by November 18, 2013 0 comments Books, Movies, Reviews
MOVIE REVIEW: “The Host” Lacks ‘Soul’ of the Novel

MOVIE REVIEW: “The Host” Lacks ‘Soul’ of the Novel

    A warning was casually floated in my general direction that there was a war afoot between those who would do anything just to be in a one mile radius of the last toilet Stephenie Meyer visited, and those who would prefer to reverse the plumbing of said toilet […]

by April 5, 2013 1 comment Books, Misc, Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
INTERVIEW: Geek Outlaw Shoots the Breeze With ‘Snyper’ Author J. Merideth Harmon

INTERVIEW: Geek Outlaw Shoots the Breeze With ‘Snyper’ Author J. Merideth Harmon

  CLICK HERE TO LISTEN:  Geek Outlaw Interview with J. Merideth Harmon   It’s not often (literally once every other pronghorn migration) when an author approaches me to read his latest creation for review.  Not only can it be an incredibly brave gesture, but a potentially career-ending one at that.  Of course […]

by December 14, 2012 1 comment Books, Interviews
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