Dak Dak

Dakster Sullivan is an all-around technology and comic book geek. When she's not at the office being the Network Administrator, she's hanging out with her Minecraft obsessed 8-year old son and magician husband. On the weekends, she enjoys cosplaying for charity with the 501st and Rebel Legion costuming groups. Check her out on Twitter @Dak903

GeekMom: Comic Book Corner—Comic Con Bargain Trades, <em>Princess Ugg</em>, <em>The X-Files</em>, and <em>Guardians of the Galaxy</em>

This week, we celebrate 75 years of Marvel, watch a rough-around-the-edges princess start a new challenge, learn how confusing The X-Files can really get, and see a new take on the Guardians of the Galaxy.

<em>Batman: Assault on Arkham</em>—This Is Not Your Parents’ PG-13 Movie *Spoilers*

Batman: Assault on Arkham is for the DC fans who like a lot more Suicide Squad and a little less Batman in their movies.

Back to School with the Lenovo Flex 2

Dakster checks out the Lenovo Flex 2 laptop to see if it meets her back to school needs.

“No Disintegrations” For This Fett—Review of Boba Fett (Prototype Armor) Sixth Scale Figure

Sideshow Collectibles has brought a piece of Star Wars history with the Boba Fett (Prototype Armor) figure to fans and cosplayers!

Tampa Bay Comic Con With Deadpool Labbit

Deadpool Labbit and I had a blast at Tampa Bay Comic Con this year.

GeekMom: Comic Book Corner — Sci-Fi Love and a Strong-Willed Female Outlaw

This week, we check out Robyn Hood #1, Trillium, and Bodies #1.

Would You Survive Order 66?

Would you survive the famous Order 66 from Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith? Take my quiz to find out!

GeekMom: Comic Book Corner — <em>Storm</em>, <em>Wonderland</em>, and <em>The Unwritten</em>

Today on Comic Book Corner, a storm is brewing with Storm, Wonderland, and The Unwritten set to take the stage.

Mommy and Me Time With <em>Pokemon XY</em>

Thanks to a Nintendo 2DS and Pokemon XY, I've rediscovered my long-lost love of trying to "catch them all."

Building the Future with <em>Lego Space</em>

Is there a better way to learn about space than through Lego?