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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.

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.

The Myth of Irregular Warfare as Modern Phenomenon

Following the collapse of the U.S.S.R, the last couple decades has witnessed the re-emergence of asymmetrical conflicts, with irregular forces now the common enemy.

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...

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.

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 | 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...

Movie Review | X-Men: First Class

E. Peterman - of Girls-Gone-Geek.com - brings her substantial expertise and knowledge of all things comics to her impressions and review of the movie, "X-Men: First Class."

‘Wonder Women’ is Powerful Viewing

“Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines,” examines the history of fictional heroines in popular culture, and how their highs and lows have reflected the lives of real...

Fangirls Just Wanna Have Fun

A look at the matriarchal tyranny that has overrun the female comic fandom since "WiR" v. how fangirls can actually just wanna have fun...

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...

Still Here and Annoyed About It

We as a species seem to have a perverse obsession with our own demise. We just went through the latest bout of speculation and apocolyptic frenzy, and I am assuming that if you are reading...

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.

Connecting The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Deadpool Theorem

Can Marvel's Deadpool character become the conduit to finally bring the separate MCU, Spider-Man, X-Men, Wolverine & other popular franchises together again?

Anime: Beyond Pokemon

An introduction to the world of anime; including discussion, recommendations and information for newcomers to the genre, or those interested in learning more. Understanding anime and its appeal to fans.

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