When Captain America: Civil War came out a few years ago one of the biggest highlights was seeing that Spider-Man was finally going to become a part of the Marvel cinematic universe (MCU). The main hope was that with Peter Parker’s inclusion MCU that the fans would finally get the Spider-Man movie that they’ve wanted […]Read more "The Sartorial Geek: The style of Spider-Man comes home via @PCUncovered"
It’s hard to believe that Star Wars has been around for forty years now. It’s crazy to think that Darth Vader and company are now middle-aged but show no signs are slowing down. In a recent post about spring essentials I commented on how a good pair of are sneakers are an essential part of […]Read more "The Sartorial Geek: Star Wars sneakers bring the Force to your spring essentials via @PCUncovered"
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A timepiece has been an indispensable item in the wardrobe of many for centuries. As technology has advanced, so have the versatility and style of timekeeping. With the many options available to create a curated, connected, time-telling experience, smartwatches have change the landscape and utility of watches for many.…
Science fiction has often been used an allegory for the issues that face any given generation at any given time. The movies are usually just standalone snapshots in a time while TV series (if then have a significant run) are able to evolve and change over time to reflect the changing dynamics of the world […]Read more "Is Power Rangers The Doctor Who of Our Generation?"
My hometown is known for many things including Orioles, Ravens, crab cakes, and The Wire. However one of the overlooked crown jewels of the city is the annual Baltimore City Comic Convention. The annual confluence of nerddom (technical term) that takes place in Charm City every year is one that consistently elevates its game to […]Read more "Natty Boh, Crab cakes, And Comic Books: A recap of Baltimore Comic Con 2016 @Baltimorecomics"