Avengers: Age of Ultron Exhibit at The Block

The Avengers: Age of Ultron opened in local cinemas last Wednesday, and to coincide with it's release, The Block SM City North Edsa is hosting an exhibit of life-sized statues of some characters from the movie.

The main stars of the exhibit are the statues of Captain America, Hulkbuster Iron Man, Ultron, Iron Man and the Hulk.

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Happy Holidays, Everyone!

Another year has passed, and while GeekOut.ph isn't as active as it once was, we're glad we're still around. 

Have yourself a merry, geeky Christmas, everyone!


Christmas Gift Guide 2014

Ah Christmas... a favorite time of the year for most of us here at GeekOut. It's a time for giving and receiving, when commercialism reigns supreme. And as we do every year, we like to put a simple list together to help our fellow geeks because we all know how hard it is to give someone who has a lot of hobbies a gift that they would actually appreciate. Let's kick it off with's Bim's list.

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Ever see something cool on ThinkGeek and go "Ooh, I want one!" only to realize that you would need a credit card, you'd pay shipping fees, and you'd probably end up having to pay tax so you end up not buying anything at all. A lot of the stuff I would love to own I found on ThinkGeek.com, but due to the restrictions, I would only be able to get my fill of geeky stuff if it was locally available somehow or if a relative from the States was coming home. 

Enter Abubot.ph. A new local online store, Abubot.ph, brings the ThinkGeek experience to our shores! Their prices are in pesos, they accept local credit cards, PayPal, bank deposit, and Western Union Money Transfer. They currently ship to Philippine addresses only, and their rates are reasonable. Of course, ThinkGeek still has more stuff, but that's because Abubot hasn't really hit its stride yet. It's up to us to make that happen.

Check out some stuff that they have that would be abso-freakin-lutely perfect for a geeky Christmas.


Yeah, they have dice.

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Animahenasyon 2014

Growing up, I wanted to be a lot of things. One of the things that I pursued somewhat actively is animation. I even have a demo reel. Of course, with my general lack of artistic talent, it was never something that would pan out. But it's still something that interests me greatly. So I'm glad the Philippines is still a potential destination for animation studios looking for some fresh talent. We, as Filipinos, have long been known to be great animators. Did you know we did tweening for Dragon Ball Z, Johnny Bravo, and even X-Men? We did some stuff for The Last of Us, too, if I'm not mistaken. I guess the lower cost of living and cost of doing business doesn't hurt.

Every year, the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. holds something called Animahenasyon. This year, they are presenting it together with iAcademy. Animahenasyon is a celebration of the Filipino animatior. 

The festival will be held on November 25 to the 28th at iACADEMY Plaza at 342 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave. In that time, there will be talks about finding a place for animation in cinema by Jacques-Rémy Girerd and how to pitch to Cartoon Network by Yoshiya Ayuga. There will also be exhibits, film viewings of creations of the top animators (of course), and showcasing of the Animahenasyon finalist videos. You'll see things like this there.

Check out the full schedule here.

Tickets are available at the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. Secretariat. For inquiries and reservations, please call (02)211 9277 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

If you've ever wanted to be part of the $120 million industry in the Philippines, or if you've just loved animation your whole life, then you will want to be at this event. Don't miss it.


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