Category Archives: Guerrilla Geek Content

Review: Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E.

Regardless how you feel about DC Comics’ relaunch, it must be conceded that they are attempting to expand their scope. While their Vertigo imprint has always pushed the boundaries with comics like V for Vendetta and Transmetropolitan, DC Comics proper usually stuck to the mainstream. With this relaunch we’re seeing a lot of comics coming […]

Elemental Returns with Special School (Free Single Download)

Friend of Guerrilla Geek (Professor) Elemental has released released his long awaited collaboration with Jon Clark and Nick Maxwell titled Special School and we have a special sneak peak for you! Free Single: [wpaudio url=”″ text=”Wilbur & Orville – Special School” dl=”1″] Special School is packed with stories about zombies, crazed inventions and doomed romance, […]

Review: Batwing #1

I want to preface everything I’m about to say in this review with a simple statement: I always have and always will love Batman. Okay, lets get to it. Batman is easily DC Comics’ Wolverine. Both have been criminally over used to the point that they have become a comic book meme. The biggest and […]

Review: Action Comics #1

Whenever Grant Morrison is involved with a Superman title, it’s safe to say it’s going to be unique. Lets be honest, Superman or not, Morrison is never business as usual. In my mind, business as usual is the problem with a lot of the major titles in comic books right now, so I was excited […]

Review: Dead Island

Zombies have been the in thing for awhile now and will continue to be till someone writes a teen novel about a misunderstood girl that falls in love with an equally misunderstood sparkling zombie. We find them in our comics, our movies, and even in our music. Of course with the shambling undead infiltrating every […]

Justice League #1 | Review

For decades Justice League has been a flagship title for DC Comics. It has acted as a hub where all the big (and sometimes not so big) names of the DC Universe came together to tackle the baddest of the bad. With this in mind, it only makes sense that Justice League would be the […]

(Fake) Stan Lee vs. San Diego Comic Convention 2011

Just when you thought it was safe to get on the internet and not be bombarded by Comic-Con, (Fake) Stan Lee proves you wrong. Check out his latest adventure and be sure to check out his website,, for previous videos from Comic-Con and other events!

The Pursuit of Perfection: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Review

Perfection is the target: the perfect mate, the perfect game, the perfect body. The idea of perfection is such an absurd notion that it gets diluted and misrepresented on a daily basis. Deus Ex: Human Revolution is the story of the length people will go to obtain the mythical perfection. While some people are forced […]