Most recently published stories in Geeks.
Enyinna Nwigwe Gets Real About Big Brother/Social Media Actors
For a long time, to be a working actor in Nollywood, one had to hop around the auditions circuit or get connections through any means possible in order to break into the industry and book an acting job.
Red Room #3
Red Room #3 Fanatgraphics 2021 By Ed Piskor Levee Turks was an encryption software prodigy serving a life sentence for creating an online drug empire, until the FBI proposed a deal: infiltrate red rooms and help the FBI crack down on these deepest corners of the dark web. But Turks soon finds that prison might be a better fate... Another killer stand-alone issue of the all-new monthly series from the creator of Hip Hop Family Tree and X-Men: Grand Design! As seen on Piskor's YouTube channel sensation, Cartoonist Kayfabe!
Working Out Themes, Characters, & Where Those Ideas Came From
Somehow, once you see a physical copy, you take your own work more seriously. You begin to wonder what it all means. ~~~~~
"The War of the Worlds" Still Guides Readers on Science v. Religion, Post-2010 (the Year It Is Set)
“[what’s needed] is not bravery, but circumspection.” — the protagonist (never named by H.G. Wells) The place is Earth. The year is 2010. Pious men use technology to terrorize and destroy their global neighbors.
5 Things From 'The L Word' That Didn't Stand The Test Of Time
Showtime's The L Word was groundbreaking. While the very subject of the LGBTQ+ community was downplayed after the AIDS epidemic hit, the late 90s and early 2000s brought the community into a bigger light with a different perspective in television and film. Shows like The L Word aimed to depict the lives of queer people as "normal," along with giving queer actors a chance to play a version of themselves on television. The series has a loyal fanbase and was instrumental in a lot of Millennial-age queer people seeing representation for the first time. However, there are a lot of things that the original series did that didn't really hit the mark by today's standard.
Outer Banks Season 2
Outer Banks season 2 was announced a little over a year ago and finally dropped on Netflix July 30th. The action picked up right where last season ended and never let up.
Static Season One #2
Static Season One #2 DC Comic/Milestone 2021 Written by Vita Ayala Layouts by Chriscross Finishes & Colours by Nikolas Draper-Ivey
The Diary of Bellatrix Black - Afterword by Neville Longbottom
I don't think Bellatrix Lestrange's wild eyes will ever be far from my mind. Lately, I have been able to go weeks on end without thinking about her. Then some small object will activate old memories.
Hunter King's current situation
Hunter King has been portraying Summer Newman on THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS off and on since 2006. During these past 15 years, she has endeared herself to those who enjoy the CBS daytime drama. Summer has grown from a spoiled rich girl into a thoughtful young woman and fans of the show loved her being paired with Kyle, (Michael Mealor). King, however at this present time is dealing with an issue that is common for popular celebrities which is an invasion of privacy and the need to know rights of her adoring public.
Flaunt your friendship on this BFF day!
Friendship Day is on Lammas 2021, and it’s that point of the year once you all can show love and fondness to your friends. The day marks the bond of companionship, closeness, and friendship. Gifts, chocolates, messages, bracelets, and other items are used to commemorate the occasion. But, you want to be wondering what all things an individual can give to a lover.
An Outstanding Book About Witchcraft And Diversity
When was the last time you read a book that captured you? A book that you just couldn't put down? Because for me, it probably wasn't since two years ago when I read the 'His Dark Materials' Trilogy. But oh my, this book, 'All Our Hidden Gifts' captured me once again, and I can't thank Caroline enough for publishing this stunning book.
The film: Babel
Babel. The definition of the word Babel is a scene of noise where many voices create confusion (Merriam Webster, 2018). This is exactly what the film, Babel is, jumping from scene to scene to challenge and confuse the audience, and yet ingeniously forcing them to link scenes and infer the deeper meaning. Throughout the narrative film, Babel, director Alejandro González Iñárritu, effectively illustrates the cultural diversity, experiences, people and places to challenge young people to formulate opinions and to empathise. Accordingly, as targeted audiences watch this film, the director successfully begins to eliminate prejudice, judgement and stereotypes that are prevalent in society. Additionally, the use of multiple cultures became an effective, non-bias and creative manipulation in the film that victimised more than one culture, whether developed or undeveloped. The film techniques, camera shots and themes helped expose the young audiences to display the confronting reality of poverty, relationship conflict and miscommunication.