2013 Brings Some Amazing Movies for Geeks of All Genres. Here's Our Top Ten. 2012, for all it's faults, was a pretty good year for "geek" movies ("geek" movies, in this case, mainly referring to sci-fi, horror, or films with a devoted following...

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Choose Your Side: Jedi Knight or Starfleet Officer The endless debate over which is better, Star Wars or Star Trek, will continue as long as geeks are around. Who's side do you take? Take a look at the below info-graphic and let us know what you think. Share your...

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Zombies not only make great antagonists--they also tend to tell us something about where we are as a culture.   We are living in the golden age of all things zombie. From The Walking Dead to Warm Bodies, there's no denying their pop cultural clout. Zombies are to 2012 what vampires...

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"If you're looking for some good horror to round out your Halloween weekend, then look no further." It's doubtful you'll find good horror in a modern, suburban multiplex (unless you're lucky enough to live around some more indie theaters, like the New Beverly or Egyptian). Luckily,...

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Natalie Nourigat, author & illustrator of Between Gears, talks about putting her life on display in the autobiography turned graphic novel that navigates through her senior year of college.   Bradley Elenbaas: Between Gears is both created during and created concerning the narrow time at the end...

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"Kyle Shold talks about the themes of The Prevailist: how a person acts as a citizen in their community, the empowerment of comic book heroes, Jeffersonian education, and when we must draw a line...

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Alex Murd Alex Murd sits to talk and expand on themes of symmetry, connection/disconnection, personal baggage, and the iterative nature of growth in her graphic novel Evenin'. This story begins as a lady named Sal moves into the downstairs half of a duplex occupied on its top by...

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