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Therefore I Geek Reviews…Loot Crate

Since our change in programming, Tracy and I have been debating what to do in the event of a fifth Friday in the month. In the end we decided to review various geek products and services. It gives us a chance to enhance our geeky lives, and lets you find out if things are worthwhile, without having to drop that oh-so-precious cash only to be disappointed. This month we’ll be talking about Loot Crate.

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Saturday Reviews | Rocket Raccoon #1

rocket #1

Kicking off the official launch of Saturday Reviews is Rocket Raccoon #1. Rocket is not the most likely of Marvel characters to get his own series but with the movie Guardians of the Galaxy coming out in just under a month, this is the perfect time for it. Skottie Young is on both art and writing duties, and I can think of no one better to helm this book. Young brings a great sense of humor that is needed in a book whose premise is as ridiculous as this. The book starts off with Rocket rescuing a princess and then abruptly cuts to Rocket taking a different woman on a date to a wrestling match between Groot and what appears to be Horrible Gelatinous Blob from Futurama. Things take a pretty quick turn for the worse for Rocket and chaos ensues.

Since it’s hard to take a book like Rocket Raccoon seriously, Young doesn’t. That not to say that he doesn’t put his best effort into the book, because he obviously does, but instead it means that Young feels free to be as off the wall and goofy as he can be. From Rocket’s over the top attempts to show his date a good time to the conversation with Star-Lord, he and the other Guardians are attempt (in comical fashion) to run away from something large, angry and pink this comic is just the right level of funny and absurd.


It’s pink, that’s about all I can tell you.

Young’s art is spot on in this issue. I’m also very impressed with how  he is able to make both Rocket and Groot so expressive. I’m certainly no artist, but I would imagine that making a raccoon and a giant tree emotive is no easy task. The colors in this book are also great, making use of very bold and bright colors. The color pallet fits Young’s pencil style extremely well and adds to the sense of fun and adventure.

Groot is out to get some.

Groot is out to get some.

Rocket Raccoon benefits from not taking itself too seriously and by being a book that is just fun to read. I can’t wait for more. 4.5/5 Death Stars

4.5 Death Stars

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Random Thought Generator Episode 6, Summer Blockbusters

***** SPOILER ALERT *****

This review will be discussing plot points which may be considered spoilers. Consider yourselves warned.

In which, the staff of Therefore I Geek discuss why summer blockbuster movies exist, some especially memorable summer movies they have seen, and the most exciting movies of this summer.  Also, there are lots of spoilers and things, so watch out for those.

The Amazing Spider-man 2

X-men: Days of Future Past

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Star Wars Impact on Culture

Death of Big Summer Blockbusters?

The King’s Speech

The Death of Gwen Stacy

The Death of Gwen Stacy

List of Summer Blockbusters

Hugh Jackman Cosplaying Wolverine

22 Jump street

How to Train your Dragon 2


Jersey Boys

Transformers 4: Age of Extinction

A Million Ways to Die in the West

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes


Guardians of the Galaxy

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Expendables 3

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Foundation Trilogy


Marvel’s Infinity

Locke & Key


The Secret History of Marvel Comics

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