This week on Geek Devotions, Celeste using the book "The Warrior Maiden" by Melanie Dickerson, (a retelling of Mulan - Link below to see read our review) to talk about something that many struggles with. Many people struggle to realize that Trusting God... is often the strongest thing you can do.
This week on Geek Devotions, Celeste takes a look at Netflix's Carmen Sandiego and points out an interesting truth. Your environment doesn't dictate who you become. How so? Check out this episode and find out!
This week on Geek Devotions, Dallas takes a look at the fragile line between Batman and Joker. How do our words cause others to become either a Joker or a Batman?
2019 marks a spectacular return for Dragonball fans. With the series renaissance starting back in 2008, none of us knew what to expect going forward. Especially not a whole new series continuing the original manga run! The emergence of Dragonball Super along with Akira Toriyama back at the helm continues to dazzle and delight fans worldwide. What if however, Toriyama took things a step further? What if Toriyama took ideas, concepts, and characters from Dragonball's past and put his interpretation on them? You get the beautiful Dragon Ball Super Broly.
Thanks to our Devoted Patreon Geeks, we were able to get our hands onto DC Universe. This week's devotional is a direct result of that! This week Celeste takes a look at an interesting scene from Episode 7 of Titans. In this episode, called Asylum, Dick wrestles with his hurt and finally decides to do something physically that symbolically helped him get some healing, he burned his Robin costume. What's interesting about this is that there may be times where we, in a similar action, need to do something physical to walk out our healing. To learn more check out this episode!
For this week's Extra Tuesday we did a quick vlog/ish video about our trip to "Bubbles!" for our Monthly Devoted Geek Together! It was a lot of fun hanging out with friends and family, talking geek, showing cool things that we've gotten recently, and have some really cool drinks from our friends over at Bubbles here in Shreveport, LA.
When Stan Lee and Steve Ditko created Spider-Man in 1962, they basically took everything that was common about superheroes at the time and turned it upside down. Instead of a Greek-god-bodied, wealthy, well likeable icon of American dreams and dashingly handsome do-gooding, they made a teenager with common problems, and common worries become endowed with … Continue reading A review of T-Man and HyperStrike