GEEK, YOU IZ DOING IT WRONG. OR PERHAPS STOP CULTURALLY APPROPRIATING MY (SF/F) PEOPLE: Congress faces physicists’ ‘multiverse’ of issues including IRS, Zika upon impending return.
The new cruise line finally collects a love of sea travel, discussion panels and geek culture celebrities on one Radiance-class ship. The post Fan2Sea Cruise Line Brings Comic Con To The High Seas appeared first on CBR.com.
WE HAVE blockbuster geek-culture films and we have high-art films. But in this millennium, amid modern market forces, can the twain ever really meet? Especially if the name emblazoned on the director’s chair does not read “Nolan”? BBC Culture has just released its list of the 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century, based on the […]
Etsy user CakeShopCouture offers a wide range of handmade dresses with geek culture designs. This one’s a must for those of you who can’t pick your favourite incarnation of the Doctor. [Via: Fashionably Geek] The post Many Faces Of Doctor Who Dress [Pics] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
No one can deny Geek Culture has gotten bigger, broader and more mainstream. It’s cool to know about comics and comic characters’ history. It’s now cool to wear shirts with superhero images no matter what your age. And even mainstream retailer Bed Bath and Beyond is getting into the act, borrowing the soon-to-be unveiled Captain […]
Exclusive: With geek culture ascendent like never before – see the fantastic opening for Suicide Squad despite the critical drubbing – the documentary From The Bridge examines the community’s four-decades long journey from niche to billion dollar industry through the eyes of one of the influential publisher who helped make it happen. Show More Summary
Bob Proehl's novel A Hundred Thousand Worlds revolves around a handful of people who come together as they travel cross-country to several comic-cons. So who better than Proehl to write about the experience of attending the pop culture phenomenon that is San Diego's Comic-Con International?
AMC’s late night series Geeking Out premieres on Sunday, August 14th (11/10C). The series – which looks at pop culture through a fanboy lens – is hosted by superfans Kevin Smith and Greg Grunberg. Geeking Out will feature talk segments,...Show More Summary
As some one who started reading comics more than six decades ago and quickly got into science fiction, horror, and mystery movies and TV shows, I find today’s pop culture to be something I could never have even dreamed about even fifteen years ago. Show More Summary
Sarah Mirk As we put together brand-new podcast episodes to debut in August, we bring you three favorite nerdy stories from past episode of our show. We take trip through the history of women working in the comic book industry, debunk...Show More Summary
Pop culture fans from around the world descended on the San Diego Convention Center in sunny southern California for the biggest geek extravaganza on the planet – Comic-Con International. Over the course of the five-day-event, hundreds of fans could be found rocking a range of costumes throughout the halls. From sexy Jedi Knights to the [...]
Kevin Smith knows a thing or two about geeking out. In addition to being a prolific filmmaker and the leader of a podcast empire, the proud New Jersey native has established himself as an expert of all things pop culture, which is a talent he hopes to bring to his new television endeavor...
Kevin McCoubrey has been collecting skateboards for about 20 years. His interest started with names like Chocolate and GIRL, and in the early days when chatrooms and skate forums were the only place to geek out over skate culture, he adopted the fitting handle “girlcollector.” Early in my conversation with McCoubrey, he mentions Tony Larson’s “Modern […]
When it comes to geeky subscription boxes, monthly deliveries of the latest and greatest nerd culture collectibles, I’m here for it. I want someone to ship me Harry Potter art prints or the newest board game that will finally release me from the shackles of Settlers of Catan. That’s where Cratejoy comes in.
It's the height of Comic-Con season, and as anyone who's been to the convention knows, there's nothing quite like it. SEE ALSO: 'A Hundred Thousand Worlds,' an exploration of modern geek culture, is our next MashReads pick Con-goers...Show More Summary
Video essayist Kaptain Kristian takes a look at one of our favorite animated shows ever, Matt Groening and David X. Cohen and their writers infused the show with geek culture, intricate plots, one of the best comedic ensembles ever, and a balance of cynicism and hopefulness.
Female body armor seems to be made with sex appeal in mind rather than protection, at least according to many pop culture franchises, and up until the recent assimilation of geek culture that was fine. But now people are declaring this...Show More Summary
We’ve been obsessing over the wrong Captain America stuff. Last month, both Geek Culture and the “world at large” (they aren’t as different anymore, are they?) were outraged that Captain America, in the debut issue of his latest series, was revealed to be an evil Hydra operative. Marvel, to their credit, played it all with […]
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Once again it is time for the biggest pop culture event of the year, San Diego Comicon, the "Woodstock for Geeks" which is a celebration of comic books, movies, animation, and all things geek. People from around the world get together to mingle and hear from their favorite artists, actors, writers, and filmmakers in the industry. Show More Summary