Posts Tagged: book

San Diego Comic-Con Survival Guide 2014

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San Diego Comic-con fever is slowly creeping up on us here at Defective Geeks. Do you think you’re prepared to survive the ultimate nerd weekend? Our friend, Doug Kline, is about to release the 4th edition of his unauthorized survival guide for SDCC and this book will come in handy — even if you’re a n00b… Read more »

Ruin and Rising, Book Release Party

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Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy ends with Ruin and Rising and I got to go to the book launch party at The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles to celebrate with the author and her fans. This is also my first time at The Last Bookstore and it is a glorious store. Non-commercial bookstores with personality is super rare… Read more »

BOOK REVIEW: The Rise of O-Girl

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The Rise of O-Girl Anita B. Rutten Trigger warnings: This review contains explicit content (sex!) and discussion about rape. Continue at your own risk. The Rise of O-Girl is a short story about a super heroine whose secret power is lightning orgasms that fry her partner to a crisp. She’s on a vendetta to find… Read more »

CONTEST: The Fault in Our Stars Giveaway

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For this contest, we are giving away a $25 gift card, a copy of the novel that the film is based on and more goodies! Many of us are lucky to have our health and it’s never easy to see young people sick. But in their youth, there is hope and even the possibilities of… Read more »

Ep. 180 Woman Have Skin All Along

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The Lady Geeks discuss how media headlines treat female celebrities, stupid people who doesn’t know how to eat sushi and the Black Widow standalone movie. Also, where’s our Wonder Woman movie still? The Space Pirate Queen also recommends the book, Wonder Woman Unbound. Fanfic Theatre: Lion King x Terminator, sort of?

Tim Hanley’s ‘Wonder Woman Unbound’

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Wonder Woman is as iconic as Batman and Superman, often hailed as the third to complete the DC trinity. She represents women in the super hero world and today, some of us here at Defective Geeks talk consider her lack of presence in popular media (i.e. blockbuster summer movies) a very important topic of discussion…. Read more »