Posts tagged Katee Sackhoff

Ep. 129 You Mad, Bro?

The Lady Geeks discuss a recent article which talks about a panel that took place in Hall H at San Diego Comic-con this year called ‘Women Who Kicks Ass’ as presented by Entertainment Weekly. The writer had revealed that the panelists — such as Katee Sackhoff and Michelle Rodriguez — confronted the audience about sexism and gender inequality in the industry. The reaction from a room full of mostly men was interesting.

CONTEST: ‘The Cold Dish’, Book Giveaway!

Thanks to Penguin, we are giving away a copy of The Cold Dish, the first novel in the Walt Longmire mystery series written by Craig Johnson!

HOW TO ENTER: Leave a comment on this blog post with your full name and your e-mail address so we may contact you for your shipping information when you win.

CONTEST ENDS: Wednesday, June 27, 2012.

Longmire is currently a drama series on the A&E network, which stars one of our favorite actresses, Katee Sackhoff. She plays a Wyoming deputy on the show named Vic Moretti. The show is based on the Walt Longmire Mystery novels and it’s a contemporary crime thriller and stars Robert Taylor in the lead role as Walt Longmire, the charismatic sheriff of Absaroka County, Wymoning.

Enter our contest now for your chance to win a free book!

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Batman: Year One’

During the last Comic Con I was lucky enough to grab some sweet seats for the screening of Batman: Year One. The animated film will, unfortunately, not be released onto video until October 18th, 2011. For us psycho fans at the con, though, we got to see it a good few months early.

Batman: Year One, written by Frank Miller and illustrated by David Mazzucchelli, was the first Batman graphic novel I ever read. I had already been a huge fan of the character thanks to the animated series and Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman, but much to my shame I had not yet read any of the source materials. Batman: Year One had me hook, line, and sinker, so hearing about an adapted movie made me a mixture of excited and wary. Much to my relief, the animated movie was really well done.

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