God of War Ragnarök, Enola Holmes, and A Consuming Fire are three of the releases this November.

What’s Geeky in November 2022?

What up, Geeks?

Halloween is almost gone, which means it’s a time of rest, relaxation, and contemplation. Unless you’re in school, in which case, it’s time to panic.

But thankfully, we’ve got a full month with tons of great stuff coming your way! There’s the much-anticipated return to Wakanda, the next God of War game, and even a few books that would look great wrapped in paper with your name on them.

Let’s dive right in, shall we?

Movies and TV shows

November 3rd:

Titans, season 4

Season 4 of HBO's Titans.

HBO Max’s Titans are back! This time the team makes their move to Metropolis, where evil is on the move. Lex Luthor, the only man Batman ever feared, is joining the occult and it looks like he plans to take Connor Kent with him. If that weren’t bad enough, the Titans also have to contend with the alluring Jinx and the powerful Brother Blood. And there’s something else…

Slade Wilson is back!

The Dragon Prince, season 4

Season 4 of Netflix's Dragon Prince.

It has been two years since Callum, Ezran, Rayla, and Zym (and Bait, don’t forget about Bait) saved the dragon queen and the world from Viren and his evil army. Now King Ezran and High Mage Callum await the return of the Dragon Prince, Zym, and his mother as peace flourishes throughout the kingdom in this Netflix show from the head writer of Avatar: The Last Airbender.

But something dark and sinister is on the move as Claudia tries to save her father, the newly resurrected Viren, by contacting the mysterious elf from beyond the mirror: Aaravos.

November 4th:

Enola Holmes 2

Season 2 of Netflix's Enola Holmes.

Sherlock’s precocious younger sister is back on Netflix and ready for the game to be afoot once again. Following in her famous brother’s footsteps, Enola is now a detective-for-hire and looking for a missing girl. This new mystery, however, is connected to a dangerous conspiracy that will take Enola from London’s sinister factories to the flashy music halls, and even into the realm of high society.

November 11th:

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

The second movie in the Black Panther series.

Following the death of T’Challa, the entire nation of Wakanda is in mourning. Shuri has disappeared into her work room to tinker through the grief, while her mother, Queen Ramonda, and the rest of the nation, try their best to move forward. But unknown to them all, there are other, more sinister, forces at work. The underwater Mayan-esque nation of Talokan and their king Namor, fearing their own extinction due to Wakanda’s actions, have invaded.

If Wakanda is to survive an assault from a god, then someone else will have to put on the suit.

My Father’s Dragon

A new Netflix movie based on a children's book.

From the people behind The Secret of Kells and Wolf Walker, comes the story of Elmer Elevator, a young boy who has just run away from home only to arrive on Wild Island where he meets and befriends a dragon named Boris. Together they’ll have to work together to save Wild Island from sinking further into the sea and, in the process, discover more than either of them could have imagined. You can view My Father’s Dragon on Netflix.

November 22nd:

Strange World

Strange World available on Disney+.

Three generations of the Clade family, who were renowned as explorers until the elder Jaeger vanished, will have to work together to survive in a strange new place after the president specifically asks Searcher Clade to lead an expedition that could possibly save their world. The catch: he’s going to have to work with his father. You can watch Strange World on Disney+.

Blood Relatives

A Shudder original movie bout vampires.

In this Shudder Original, a 115-year-old Yiddish vampire named Francis suddenly meets the 15-year-old Jane. Not only is Jane a vampire, but she’s also Francis’ daughter. With nowhere else for either of them to turn, they decide to try out being a family.

November 30th:


Willow TV show by Disney +.

Now we get to the TV show sequel to one of the greatest fantasy movies ever made. Disney+ has kept the plot details closely under wraps but we do know that Willow, now more famous as a sorcerer than as a pig-farmer, is called back to battle the forces of darkness as a new evil gathers strength. All that we do know is that there will be trolls, the forces of good will have an uphill battle, and we will see more brownies!

Video Games

November is going to prove a great month for gaming with a new Call of Duty, a new God of War, and even new Pokemon!

Nov. 3rd

Endling – Extinction is Forever

Endling – Extinction is Forever released November 3.

PS5, Xbox Series X/S

Discover the destructive force of the human race as the last fox on Earth working to protect her three little babies. A 3D side-scroller and survival game, this newest Nintendo release allows you to raise your babies by protecting, feeding, and teaching them the skills to survive in a perilous world. 

How to Say Goodbye

How to Say Goodbye released November 3.

Switch, PC, Mac, iOS, Android

Play as a ghost in this beautiful game from ARTE France! Inspired by children’s picture books, your goal is to solve puzzles both big and small to help a group of ghosts move on from their Earthly lives.

The Chant

The Chant released November 3.

PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PC

Are you a fan of movies like Midsommar or The Wicker Man? Have I got a game for you! This third-person horror game follows a group of people on a remote island retreat after a spiritual ritual goes terribly wrong. Inspired by the psychedelic horror of the 1970’s, this game has cosmic horrors and rock music galore.

The Entropy Centre

The Entropy Centre released November 3.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

A puzzle adventure like no other, this game allows you to reverse objects through time in order to make it to the center of a space station orbiting Earth. Think Portal, but with a whole new dimension.

Nov. 4th

Demon Throttle

Demon Throttle released November 4.


Inspired by the action arcade games of old, Doinksoft gives us this game about unlikely allies and their quest to lift a demon’s curse and exact sweet revenge. The game is only available in physical form and comes with artwork, an instruction booklet, and cool stickers!


Hervestella released November 4.

Switch, PC

This newest release from Square Enix is a life-simulation RPG that starts with farming and develops into something else. Travel all over the world map to investigate the cause of the season of death and fight with blade or magic to protect your home and defeat the evil that infests the land.

It Takes Two

A Little to the Left released November 4.


From indie studio Hazelight comes a game built purely for co-op. You (and a friend) play a bickering couple that have been turned into dolls by a magic spell. Work together to defeat levels of gangster squirrels, a nightclub where you’re the DJ, a magical snow globe and many more. 

Nov. 8th

A Little to the Left

A Little to the Left released November 8.

PC, Mac

Do you love tidying up? Or just need a satisfying way to relax? Try this cozy puzzle game from Max Inferno. With over 75 household messes to tidy and the ever-present threat of a feline disruptor, this game is the perfect way to wind down.

Oddworld: Soulstorm

Oddworld: Soulstorm released November 8.


The second game in the Oddworld Quintology (ie a five part series) continues the story of Abe, one of the Mudokonkind that have recently freed themselves from slavery at an industrial farm. In this installment, Abe searches for the truth behind the disinformation that has brainwashed his people into abetting their own slavery. 


SIFU released November 8.


A third-person action game featuring intense hand-to-hand combat, you play as a young kung-fu student looking for revenge against the people who killed his family. The game includes the ability, or perhaps necessity, to use your environment as a weapon: found objects, architectural details, and more.

Sonic Frontiers

Sonic Frontiers released November 8.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Your favorite hedgehog is once again racing to collect those Chaos Emeralds–this time on an ancient island! There are five islands to explore and fight your way across in this newest entry into the Sonic franchise.

Nov. 9th

God of War: Ragnarok

God of War: Ragnarok released November 9.

PS5, PS4

The highly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster 2018 title is finally here. With beautiful graphics and new fighting abilities for both Kratos and Atreus, you’ll explore all Nine Realms as our heroes search for answers about the prophesied end of the world.

Nov. 11th

Tactics Ogre: Reborn

Tactics Ogre: Reborn released November 11.

PS5, PS4, Switch, PC

Technically, this game isn’t new new as it was originally released in 2010. However, the graphics and sound are much improved in this re-release. This tactical role-playing game from Square Enix is undoubtedly a classic and a revamp will be much appreciated by fans and new players alike.

Valkyrie Elysium

Valkyrie Elysium released November 11.


Another Square Enix project, this is the latest installment in the Valkyrie series. This 3D action RPG has you playing as the Valkyrie–a humanoid (read: hot-girl-looking) creature created by Odin to find and purify lost souls in order to ward off Ragnarok.

Nov. 15th


Pentiment released November 15.

Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

As a bit of a history buff myself, I’m very excited for this narrative-driven historical mystery set in 16th century Germany. If you’re still with me, you’ll enjoy the gorgeous artwork and choice-driven storytelling that ensures that every choice you make forces you closer or further from the truth behind a conspiracy of murders at Kiersau Abbey.

Smurfs Kart

Smurfs Kart released November 15.


With 12 playable Smurfs the whole family can get involved in this dynamic cart racing game.

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana released November 15.


The action adventure JRPG is back with its eighth installment. You play, again, as Adol who awakens shipwrecked on an island and begins dreaming of a mysterious girl called Dana. Rescue the other passengers and get to the bottom of the mystery in this anime styled fight for survival.

Nov. 16th

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 released November 16.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

This free-to-play battle royale is a sequel to the 2020 title and a part of CoD: Modern Warfare II. But don’t worry, no purchase is necessary to play this new game. With the introduction of a new map (Al Mazrah), this is a CoD title you won’t want to miss.

Nov. 18th

Pokemon Scarlet & Pokemon Violet

Pokemon Scarlet & Pokemon Violet released November 18.


Welcome to the 9th generation of Pokemon RPG’s! Now you’ve got open world gameplay with no borders between wilderness and towns. We’ve got three new starters and two new legendaries as well as a co-op feature with up to four players total. 

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me

The Dark Pictures Anthology: The Devil in Me released November 18.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

The fourth installment in this series of stand-alone cinematic horror/survival games has a group of documentary filmmakers investigating a replica of real American serial killer H.H. Holmes’ so-called ‘Murder Castle.’ If you liked Supermassive Games’ most popular title Until Dawn, there’s a good chance you’ll love this one.

Nov. 22nd

Evil West

Evil West released November 22.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

Hunt vampires and be a cowboy? Sign me up! Developers Flying Wild Hog have created a beautifully rendered vision of a steampunk Old West that is infested with the undead and gunslingers alike. It looks like a pretty straight forward third person beat ‘em up, but the animation is truly a thing to see.

Gungrave G.O.R.E

Gungrave G.O.R.E released November 22.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC

A story of vengeance, love, and loyalty is promised by South Korean studio Iggymob in this action-adventure shoot ‘em up. While plot details are a little hard to get ahold of, Steam describes the game as “a gory ballet of bullets” and what more can I say?

Just Dance 2023

Just Dance 2023 released November 22.

PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch

The popular dance-along game that started on the ill-fated Wii is back and better than ever. As usual, all the new top 40 hits have been added as well as an online multiplayer feature and the ability to add new songs throughout the year.

Ship of Fools

Ship of Fools released November 22.

PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, PC

Designed for co-op, this roguelite from Fika Productions sees you and your crew battling stormy seas and terrifying sea monsters as you fight to stop the Aquapocalypse.

Nov. 29th

The Knight Witch

The Knight Witch released November 29.

PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, Switch, PC

Want shoot ‘em up spellcasting in a beautifully hand-drawn world? Well, now you can have just that come the 29th. This new metroidvania finds you as a Knight Witch working to save your home from the War Golem invasion. 


Get your holiday wish lists ready because we have some great books coming your way!

Nov. 1st

  • The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy 2022 edited by John Joseph Adams–yearly anthology series, SciFi, Fantasy
  • Seasparrow by Kristin Cashore–fifth novel in Graceling Realm series, YA, Epic Fantasy
  • Star Wars The High Republic: Quest for the Hidden City by George Mann–Kids, Space Opera, SciFi
  • Silver in the Mist by Emily Victoria–YA, Epic Fantasy, LGBTQ
  • I, Skeletor by Gregory Mone–second installment in the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: Tales of Eternia series, Kids, Fantasy
  • The Frost Fair by Natasha Hastings–Kids, Fantasy, Historical
  • The Dabare Snake Launcher by Joelle Presby–SciFi, Action Adventure
  • Moongarden by Michelle Barry–Kids, SciFi, Dystopian
  • A Restless Truth by Freya Marske–Fantasy, Historical, LGBTQ
  • The Wicked Remain by Laura Pohl–YA, Speculative Fiction, Fantasy
  • 1637: The Transylvanian Decision by Eric Flint–new installment in Rings of Fire series, SciFi, Alt History, Time Travel
  • The Luminaries by Susan Dennard–YA, Fantasy
  • Trinity’s Children by Dave Bara–SciFi, Military, Action Adventure
  • The World We Make by N.K. Jemison–second installment in The Great Cities series, Epic Fantasy
  • The Ones We Burn by Rebecca Mix–YA, Epic Fantasy, LGBTQ, Dark Fantasy
  • The Sword’s Elegy by Brian D. Anderson–third installment in The Sorcerer’s Song, Epic Fantasy, Action Adventure
  • A Fractured Infinity by Nathan Tavares–SciFi, Action Adventure, LGBTQ
  • Scales and Stardust by Meaghan McIsaac–second installment in The Bear House series, Kids, Fantasy, Action Adventure
  • Rise of the Demon by Diana Rowland–ninth installment in the Kara Gillian series, Dark Fantasy, Paranormal
  • The Vermilion Emporium by Jamie Pacton–YA, Epic Fantasy, SciFi, Steampunk
A Restless Truth by Freya Marske–Fantasy, Historical, LGBTQ

Nov. 8th

  • Sir Callie and the Champions of Helston by Esme Symes-Smith–Kids, Speculative Fiction
  • Empire of Exiles by Erin M. Evans–Epic Fantasy, Action Adventure
  • The Ice Orphan by Kathleen O’Neal Gear–third installment in The Rewilding Reports, SciFi, Speculative Fiction
  • The Stars Undying by Emery Robin–Space Opera, SciFi
  • Origins of The Wheel of Time by Michael Livingston–companion to Robert Jordan’s landmark series The Wheel of Time, Epic Fantasy, Action Adventure
  • The Last Hero by Linden A. Lewis–final installment in The First Sister trilogy, SciFi, Action Adventure, Space Opera
  • The Invisible Spy by Lisa McMann–second installment in The Forgotten Five, Kids, Action Adventure, SciFi, Superheroes
  • Stellarlune by Shannon Messenger–ninth installment in Keeper of the Lost Cities, YA, Action Adventure, Fantasy
  • Even Though I Knew the End by C.L. Polk–Fantasy, Historical, LGBTQ
  • Bloodmarked by Tracy Deonn–second installment in Legendborn series, YA, Fantasy, Mystery
  • Nubia: The Awakening by Omar Epps and Clarence A. Haynes–YA, Fantasy, SciFi, Dystopian
Stellarlune by Shannon Messenger–ninth installment in Keeper of the Lost Cities, YA, Action Adventure, Fantasy

Nov. 10th

  • The Fall of Numenor by J.R.R. Tolkien–Epic Fantasy
The Fall of Numenor by J.R.R. Tolkien–Epic Fantasy

Nov. 15th

  • Pulling the Wings Off Angels by K.J. Parker–Dark Fantasy, Horror
  • Africa Risen by Oghenechovwe Donald Elpeki–Anthology, Speculative Fiction, SciFi, Fantasy
  • Reader, I Murdered Him by Betsy Cornwell–YA, Heroic Fantasy, Historical, Mystery, LGBTQ
  • To Each This World by Julie E. Czerneda–SciFi, Aliens
  • Ronan and the Endless Sea of Stars: A Graphic Memoir by Rick Louis–Graphic Novel
  • The Solitary Gourmet by Masayuki Kusumi–Manga, Fantasy, Speculative Fiction
  • Under Pressure by Cory McCarthy–second installment in the B.E.S.T World series, Kids, Action Adventure, Fantasy, SciFi, Superheroes
Reader, I Murdered Him by Betsy Cornwell–YA, Heroic Fantasy, Historical, Mystery, LGBTQ

Nov. 22nd

  • The Heir of Caladan by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson–third installment in the Heroes of Dune: The Caladan Trilogy series, Action Adventure, SciFi, Space Opera
  • A Consuming Fire by Laura E. Weymouth–YA, Action Adventure, Heroic Fantasy
  • Welcome to Feral by Mark Fearing–Graphic Novel, Kids, Fantasy, Comedy
  • Convergence by Zoraida Cordova–part of the Star Wars The High Republic series, SciFi, Action Adventure, Space Opera
A Consuming Fire by Laura E. Weymouth–YA, Action Adventure, Heroic Fantasy

Nov. 29th

  • A Wilderness of Stars by Shea Ernshaw–YA, Fantasy Romance
  • Saint by Adrienne Young–third installment in the Fable series, YA, Epic Fantasy, Historical
  • Cast in Eternity by Michelle Sagara–Epic Fantasy, Action Adventure
A Wilderness of Stars by Shea Ernshaw–YA, Fantasy Romance

That’s November

That’s November, Geeks!

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