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Movie Review | Green Lantern

Vanessa G - of Girls-Gone-Geek.com - applies her extensive knowledge of the Green Lantern comic book series & applies them to her impressions & review of the recently released, "Green Lantern" movie...

Geek Lunch

In this special mid-week show, I wanted to provide some much deserved exposure to the first-ever podcast from the talented ladies at Girls-Gone-Geek.com. Listeners of Stimulated Boredom are undoubtedly familiar with the...

“Politics of the Belly” in Africa

A short review of Jean-Francois Bayart's work on Africa - a theoretical discussion attempting to propose a new intellectual paradigm concerning the socio-political currents which define sub-Saharan...

American Politics: Death of the Centrist (Or Did He Ever Exist?)

Joseph Marie de Maistre said that "every country has the government it deserves." That may be true, however I find that the United States does not deserve the level...

“Stop calling me!” | How to Get Collection Agencies Off Your Back

Collection companies have a bad rap for a reason – most of them have absolutely no regard for consumer rights, are abusive to consumers, and screw up consumers' credit.

‘Tis the Season…for Mass Manipulation: A Psychological History of Consumerism

Once again we find ourselves in the midst of another frenzied shopping season. Black Friday saw hordes of...

Fantastic Four: A Re-View Review

Contributing writer, Devan James, reviews the new Fantastic Four movie, and came out of the theater with an appreciation for its faithful adherence to the source material and characters.

Movie Review | Captain America: the First Avenger

I just assumed that the new Captain America movie ended with him borrowing money from Captain China, but E. Peterman of Girls-Gone-Geek.com actually saw it and shares her impressions of the film.

5 Reasons to Love Rat Queens

The Image Comics series Rat Queens is the smash hit of 2014 complete with its own cult following. And from the moment I laid eyes on Roc Upchurch’s fantastic character designs of Dee, Violet, Betty and Hannah – I just knew these characters were going to be something special.

The Invisible Hand and the Fairer Sex: Women and Globalization

During the last half of the 20th century and the first decade of the 21st, the world has borne witness to a period of rapid industrial growth and production, transnational...

Movie Review: The Avengers

Writer-director Joss Whedon swung for the fences, and the result is a consistently fun, exciting action movie that makes the most of a strong cast. The Avengers doesn't just throw a bunch of comic book characters onto the screen and...

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man

Whether a Spider-Man film, especially an origin story, is necessary so soon after the last franchise ended is debatable but ultimately irrelevant. Is the reboot any good? Erika Peterman reviews.

Jean Grey: An Interpretation of a Classic Character’s Naming Significance and Her Place in...

Strong women have been portrayed in comic books since the earliest days in the late 1930’s. Marvel's Jean Grey is the prototypical heroic woman, strong in character as well as in body and name.

History as a Weapon: Japan & China

Stimulated Boredom contributing writer, J.D. Luedi, takes a look at the use of historical interpretation & national narratives by Japan & China, focusing on the Nanjing Massacre & competing national views.

Movie Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

With an aesthetic that falls somewhere between Game of Thrones and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Snow White and the Huntsman is a grotesque and gorgeous journey from dark to light.

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