Thursday, May 31, 2012

Ready to get your Old Future Back?

Space Suits used to be sexy and Rockets were Fabulous.  Return to the Future of Yesteryear with this LarsenGeekery exclusive design by Jay Larsen.
Geeks Know How to Put the ROCK in Rocket!
You can rock this Retro-Futuristic statement of Stylish Geekdom on a T-Shirt from our exclusive Zazzle Store.  Blast off Daddy-O.  Today is the last day to use Coupon Code DADSCASENTEE to get 50% off.

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Reverse Psychology

Don't be told what to do by a corporation.
Do What You Love.  That's the definition of GEEK!

Monday, May 21, 2012

SIFF Outing Didn't Suck

Evelyn won tickets (from Geek Girl Con) to see My Sucky Teenage Romance at the Seattle International Film Festival this weekend.  So we made a Geek Outing of it and took the family.
Emily Hagins
The director/writer of the film was on hand, Emily Hagins.  Amazingly, this is her third feature film and she is only 18 years old!  Wow!
My Sucky Teenage Romance is about vampires at a sci-fi convention complicating the lives of a group of friends who are just graduating from high school.  It reminded me a lot of an early Joss Whedon film, and it took some well deserved digs at the whole "sparkly vampire" craze.
The film was a lot of fun and the director was a lovable Geek of the first order.  Catch it if you get a chance.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Easy There Pardner...

Evelyn has been making all sorts of great belt holsters for your phone and other essential gear.
She will have to post some pictures soon.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Geeking Out on Hawkgirl

The new Hawkgirl is coming to Earth 2 this summer.
Evelyn likes classic Hawkgirl.  How will this new Hawkgirl compare?
DC, Earth 2 #4 Cover by IVAN REIS
I like the Horus-like mask.
Not so sure about the guns.

Monday, May 14, 2012

Geek Things Happen

What kind of things happen when you wear Geek Gear from
Super Geeky Things.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

We Know Too Much Drama!

Join us now as we gain intimate access into the private interactions of Jarvik, the worlds first fully functioning artificial man, and his genius inventor Doctor Nadir Cerulean.  It may just now be dawning on the astute professor of systematic logic, that his creation may have taken on a life, and a lifestyle, of his own.

Too Much Drama?
But you can never have too much Geekery.