San Diego Comic Con DC Comics Recap

San Diego Comic Con was in full swing this past weekend, and both DC Comics and Marvel Studios have announced plenty about the upcoming movies and films. Let’s discuss what DC announced for its TV shows and movies.

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Trip Recap: Montreal Part 1

I had a chance to visit Montreal in June and wow, what an amazing experience. I’ve been to Vancouver and Toronto, but this was the first time on a trip to Canada that I felt like I was in a foreign country. Montreal really is a lone European city just migrated to the Western hemisphere. I’m not sure if it is a mandate or national programming or a training course that’s taught in schools, but every person there told us we had to do the same three things.

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Favorite Geek Podcasts pt. 2

Yes, it’s Favorite Geek Podcasts part 2. In all fairness, I am learning that the podcast community is infectious. One will likely lead you to another, to another, to another, like the zombie apocalypse or attending cons or getting tattoos. It’s very rarely a one and done thing.

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Do you Uber?

From about a month’s worth of experience (around 20 rides), Uber is way better than traditional taxis. I have yet to feel like any Uber driver has a death wish, unlike cabbies in New York and Philly.

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#teasertuesday Top Gun Anniversary

JWP will be back playing the P-Nats vs. the Wilmington Blue Rocks on August 6th. Mark your calendar. There are a TON of promotions running on that night. It’s the 30th anniversary of Top Gun!

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Favorite Geek Podcasts

As a lover of all things geek, I naturally went immediately to podcasts of that nature, and what I’ve found has been great. I’ve loved the podcasts that I have discovered, and I wanted to share some of those with all of you. Here are some of my favorites in no particular order.

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#teaserTuesday – Urban Samurai Book 2: Ni

The Urban Samurai series follows Shia Ronin, a thousand year old samurai who hunts all things supernatural and dark. Her travels have taken her to Washington, D.C., where she uses the cover story of a medical examiner to get close to death and the causes normal humans can’t explain.

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