It’s our annual appraisal of the coming year in Geek Entertainment. What are we looking forward to in 2019?
The Geeks look back at their predictions and see what pleased them and what did not.
The setting of the Red Rising trilogy is no more peaceful than it was when last we saw it in the start of this new, ambitious trilogy from author Pierce Brown.
As a huge fan of the original Red Rising trilogy, I was beyond excited when Pierce Brown announced that he would follow up the original trilogy with a new trilogy. Although some of the original comments about the trilogy suggested it would follow more new characters, by the time Iron Gold was released it was called Book 4 in the Red Rising series and I was thrilled to revisit one of my favorite fictional universes.
Known troll of Gabbing Geek, Phil, was texting me yesterday and was asking me about my favorite books in the science fiction, fantasy, and
What are the Geeks looking forward to this coming year and what are they “meh” about? Take a look and see!
Hey, look, Jimmy and Tom have some thoughts on the Game of Thrones episodes “A Man Without Honor,” and “The Prince of Winterfell”.
What’s coming out this year that might be worth our time?
Join the geeks Ryan, Jenny, Tom, and Watson (with Jimmy on the text chat) as we talk about two recent Part 3s. First up, it’s the third X-Men movie in the rebooted franchise: Apocalypse. Then we cover the third book in Pierce Brown’s Red Rising series, Morning Star. Head after the jump to listen or watch!
So, Ryan has already reviewed Pierce Brown’s Morning Star. Now, while Gabbing Geek Enterprises, a division of a much larger entertainment conglomerate (not really) would