Here’s where you’ll find the can’t-miss products that fit every flavor of geek culture
Loot Crate is a totally different kind of subscription service that mails subscribers monthly boxes filled with curated geek, pop culture, and gamer paraphernalia. Its cult following awaits a box every month filled with everything from bobble heads to T-shirts to special edition collectibles. Show More Summary
Well here we are. Just about the reach the final stretch in 2016, and this leaves us with many pop culture, geek related questions. Though many will be posed to our readers over next month, I wanted to start with the the geek aspect I love most: Gaming. Show More Summary
We've crafted guides for the gamers and kids in your life, but what about those people who are just all-around geeks? The ones that just love general nerdy and pop culture stuff? Here's a quick guide to some good gifts for the people...Show More Summary
Quint and Mark Hamill geek out about collecting comic books, original art, and delve a little bit into Star Wars, Wing Commander, puppetry and the late, great Sam Fuller! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I had...Show More Summary
Geek culture thrived under President Obama, who embraced its values. But will genres that cater to creative nerds survive the next occupant of the bully pulpit?
Geek culture has come a long way. Half the time, I still don’t think that many of us can quite believe it. I can’t believe that for Monday night television, I can choose between CW’s Supergirl and a young Batman in Fox’s Gotham. After that choice is made, I can’t believe I can then watch […]
Friends, it has been a tough day. A long day. But we can count on Luke Skywalker himself to be one of our only hopes in it, as he cackles with glee in pretty much every other moment of the first trailer for his new show, Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest. Read more...
Geeks/Nerds have quite the affinity for pop culture, obviously. Their passions range from movies, video games, comics and everything in between. This often includes a growing collection of toys, collectibles, and other pop culture memorabilia. Show More Summary
Thanks to the magic of the internet, we’ve gotten to see plenty of pop culture collections, from action figures to comic books, displayed to make us infinitely jealous. Now someone who is actually a piece of millions of collections around...Show More Summary
Another election has come and gone, and emotions are running high on both sides of the aisle. It’s the job of geek culture to look into the future and speculate, and obviously, there […]
Ziff Davis’ IGN Entertainment plans to beef up its video production targeted at gamers and the so-called “geek culture,” and has turned to former Fusion Chief Programming Officer Wade Beckett to lead the way. The media industry veteran...Show More Summary
Before we completely say goodbye to Halloween for the year, I just wanted to shout out two more kids who really got it right (and whose parents are raising their kids as good little pop culture geeks). Take three-year-old Momo in Taiwan, for instance, who did an amazing job dressing up like No-Face from Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away.
While watching the baseball game Saturday night, it occurred to me that the difference between pop culture and geek culture is sports. Sports are part of our pop culture but not generally thought of as a component of geek culture. Our cohort Martha Thomases might say (I haven’t asked, but this seems to follow her […]
Geek Fuel is a subscription delivery service that caters to those of us that love comics, gaming, and general geek culture. Every month, Geek Fuel will assemble a box of goodies with a value of $50 or over. The specific items are a mystery,...Show More Summary
Geek Culture Rules! We all know that Geek Culture has taken over our American civilization. Young’uns may not realize there was a time when the Geek was looked down on and sneered at and frequently beaten up for their lunch money… which is embarrassing when you’re 24. Now, superheroes have taken over the movie box […]
Halloween parties have changed quite a bit over the last decade due to the mainstreaming of geek culture, and now instead of a few fanboys and fangirls dressing geeky for the party every Tom, Dick and Harry comes as Clark Kent. ThisShow More Summary
KIRBY KRACKLE. Geek culture Is dead. Long live Geek culture!
Subscription services that deliver a themed box of goods to your door have exploded in popularity in recent years. Now the industry is full of successful start-ups like Loot Crate, which delivers geek items and apparel to your door.Show More Summary
USA TODAY's geek culture podcast chats about Marvel's latest Netflix show.