The Geekiverse strongly believes in the entertainment value behind literature, which is why it’s served as one of the pillars behind our pop culture coverage. We’ve previewed, reviewed, and analyze written fiction; now it’s time to […]
There’s a reason why comic books have remained so popular for nearly 100 years. They have an uncanny ability to transport us to other realities. Comics writers and illustrators are masters of escapism.
Spring is in the air. Well, not today, but soon. Here’s “The Short List” of science fiction and fantasy new releases for March.
With the major motion picture about to hit theaters, we decided to choose our favorite characters from the novel and see how they compare on the big screen.
Ah, Christmas: That magical time of year full of trees covered in twinkling lights, piles of presents scattered on the floor, holiday carols with the family by firelight, and ghosts. Yes, ghosts.
We’ve come to the end of our countdown, friends. To celebrate, we’re going to go back almost 50 years to one of the first stories Stephen King ever published, 1969’s ‘The Reaper’s Image.’
Stephen King’s Ur is a strange entry into his canon. Lying somewhere between humor and horror, it reads as though it’s a sitcom masquerading as an episode of The Twilight Zone.