Iron Fist “Duality of Life”

          By: John D. Pepe       The first time I watched the Iron Fist series I was left with a feeling of disappointment. It just seemed to miss that “something” that the other Netflix Marvel Series had.  I reluctantly decided to give it a second viewing, but watched with…

Wonder Woman God Among Geeks Event

Hello Fellow NEEKS, Just wanted to let you know that God Among Geeks is in Facebook. We do host events form time to time to get everyone together. Please check out the upcoming Wonder Woman movie premier coming up on June 3rd. If you are on Facebook like our page and keep posted. B U…

The Lego Batman Movie: “I Don’t Do Ships…”

By: John D. Pepe   Life is about connectedness.  It’s about the relationships we develop, with friends, family, co-workers, etc.  I mean even the most hardened of criminals need basic human contact, otherwise why risk time in “the yard” where you can be attacked over time in “the hole” where one is safe.  The reason…

Worn & Torn 

  By G.P. Avants   From my first impression of Logan I observed a tired and weary world. Things have progressed since the last time we have seen Dr. Xavier, Wolverine and the world where humans and mutants co-habitate. Technology has progressed, but the mutants are all but extinct. Oddly, humans have become a distant colder species….

The Fast Track of Destiny

  By G.P. Avants   I finally got into the second season of the Flash. It’s taking me time to get up to speed, but we have now learned along with Barry Allen, what the Speed Force is. His journey has taken him places that he could never imagine and has affected all us in…

Trust Goes both Ways

  By G. P. Avants   Who is a good guy and a true friend in crisis? In a world on turmoil it takes a little insight and wisdom to know whom to trust.  In Rogue One we are thrust right into a time when sides are being taken and loyalties tested. Gaylen Erso’s life…

Never Tell God the Odds

by R3 Without a doubt, the lovable and funny Empirical Security droid that was modified by Captain Cassian Andor to assist him on his missions for the Rebel Alliance, was a highlight in the new Rogue One film. K-2SO is completely different than the droids that we are used to in the Star Wars universe….

Hope and Faith: Rogue One and A New Hope

  *Hello God Among Geek fans. We would like to introduce a new contributing member of our team. Meet John Pepe. He has been a good friend and fellow nerd (and/or geek) who brings his own style to our blog. This is his first post. Take a read and let him know what you think….

Rogue One: Walking Blind

  By G.P. Avants   In Rogue One we come to a dark chapter in galactic history. The Jedi are all but extinct, while the Empire breathes a sigh of relief. What is left behind, in their eyes, are blind fools clinging to an antiquated religion whose time has passed. They have even gone so…

Kubo and the Two Sides

By R3 I recently watched and thoroughly enjoyed the film Kubo and the Two Strings and all it’s visual glory. Like any LAIKA film, it’s a mind explosion of both story and motion-capture art, but keeping with the LAIKA tradition of making you reflect as you walk away from the movie. Kubo and the Two…

Spending Time

  Here we are at the end of 2016. Wow, time has flown by. Speaking of time, here is a poem written by one of the characters from my novel, Chronolocity. Elise shares in our main character Levy’s time travel adventures, in time. These are her quick thoughts on what time means to her. Happy…

A Powerful Ally;The Living Force (Part V)

Everybody has their own opinion of George Lucas’s Prequel movies (Episodes I, II, III) to the original Star Wars films. And some of those comments are all the same, from CGI usage to our poor friend Jar Jar Binks. There are a few things that we as Star Wars fans can take from those movies…