Born in 1980, Nicholas Kirkwood grew up right as video games, sci-fi and computers became mainstream. So for his 10th anniversary as a shoe designer he decided to pay homage to geek culture and the icons…
Father William Dailey is a noted priest and lawyer who is currently the Thomas More Fellow at Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics & Culture. During his off-hours, however, he’s a major cocktail geek.
Geekdom has grown rapidly in the past few years, extending beyond comic shelves and hitting the apparel market. Brands such as WeLoveFine and Her Universe have made an effort to incorporate geek culture into their collections and introduce trendy apparel for every type of fandom. Show More Summary
James Neish is a freelance comic book artist and lover of geek culture. An Art School graduate living in Nova Scotia Neish’s artwork has a vitality to it that makes his images burst with energy. As an out artist Neish brings a clever...Show More Summary
Comic books, superheroes, and geek culture are big business these days. As film franchises and TV shows rooted in that culture increasingly dominate mainstream entertainment, so too have comic book conventions risen in popularity. What used to be smaller events attracting no more than a few hundred people at most in small [...]
When two worlds meet to make a successful combination Two of the mainstays of geek culture, comics and games have shared an awkward relationship – for many years, games were re-imagined to mediocre effect in print. There were exceptions, but today it’s much easier to find well-considered game-comics. Here are some of the best. Continue reading...
You don’t have to explain what a comic convention is to most people anymore. They know that these conventions are a celebration of geek culture, that they are places to sell comics and collectibles, and that a lot of people attend these things. Some people might know that the San Diego Comic-Con is the grand-daddy […]
My favourite part of PAX Australia is the panels. You get to hear smart people talk about video games, geek culture, all that stuff. That’s good. So I thought I’d do a round up of the panels we’re all excited about, and the panels you can’t afford to miss. More »
Sometimes in the world of pop and geek culture things can get stale and over dramatic. Every now and then, taking a break from the main stream can be a good thing. And in that break you may just find something new that you can grow to like. So let us introduce to you Stan […]
The internet loves two things with equal vigor: adorable animals and geek culture. The folks at Mashable decided to combine those two passions by dressing a Welsh corgi named Wally as all 13 versions of Doctor Who—Doctors one through 12, plus the War Doctor—and having him run in and out of a tiny, corgi-sized TARDIS. Show More Summary
Read on to learn more. about the geek/chic/nerdy fashion phenomenon that has seeped into American pop culture and the world of fashion.
Leading today we have another post about fear. In this case, the engineering blog at Teachers Pay Teachers talks about the fear of breaking things and how that affects culture. Anyone who has been in that kind of environment knows how toxic it can be. For all of you Java developers out there, DZone Java […]
Sometimes, planning a costume gets too involved, too hectic, and even too expensive. Thankfully, there are tons of ways to DIY an easy costume or one based off a favorite character or fandom. Plenty of these can be done with groups or with significant others, so don't let Halloween get stressful and just use these as inspiration. Show More Summary
We are fascinated with the geek culture, especially when fans bring their favorite characters to life from literature. We all promote literacy and already had formed a bond through social media. When we found out two years ago that the...Show More Summary
I have a confession to make: I used to be a "jock." Why was I able to integrate myself into geek culture at a later than typical point in my life without really a second thought, when lifelong female members of the community are still doubted and questioned?
Glenn Hetrick may seem intimidating while in the judge’s seat of the SyFy hit series Face Off, but this titan of makeup/special effects art and design knows his craft. His work has been featured in iconic geek culture works such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Babylon 5, The X-Files, Heroes (just to name a […]
A look at some of the most iconic sidekicks in pop culture by the folks from Morphcostumes! [Source: morphsuits.co.uk] The post The Most Iconic Sidekicks In History [Infographic] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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Geekdom has grown rapidly in the past few years, extending beyond comic shelves and hitting the apparel market. Brands such as WeLoveFine and Her Universe have made a conscious effort to incorporate geek culture into their collections and introduce trendy apparel for every type of fandom. Show More Summary
"Stories are changing right now, and that is fascinating and exciting to me. And it's really also terrifying to a certain kind of guy whose entire sense of self has been predicated on the idea that the heroes of any story you can possibly think of will look and sound just like him."