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November Episodes of HBO’s Westworld

by Laura Cerroneon November 1, 2016
Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s latest HBO series, an adaptation of Michael Crichton’s Westworld, has the internet talking. While some of us (ahem: me) are still trying to figure out what’s going on, there is a captivating quality that keeps calling us in. While the fifth episode dropped some bombshells, HBO has announced the synopsis […]
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Star Trek Timelines Helps Ring in Show’s 50th Anniversary

by Laura Cerroneon September 5, 2016
It’s an exciting time for Star Trek fans as the iconic sci-fi series turns 50, celebrating its Golden Anniversary. From humble beginnings stemming from the mind of creator Gene Roddenberry, to charging its way through the 21st century while inspiring fans old and new, the series has much to commemorate. One of the many wonderful […]

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Everything is Better with Celine

by Laura Cerroneon July 23, 2016
There’s a new trend out there giving us ‘life,’ as denizens of 2016 say. Let us introduce you to the fad of adding Celine Dion to every soundtrack. It’s very simple quite really. As a populace, we’ve always been enamored by the wonderful vocal stylings of Celine Dion, especially with that gripping emotion she added to the […]
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Five Question Friday with Anton Torres, Fantasy Flight Games

by Garyon June 17, 2016
Fantasy Flight Games (FFG) is one of, if not the, single most influential publisher of board games in the world. They produce games based on some of the biggest licenses such as Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, and more. Recently they were gobbled up by the worldwide board game Goliath […]

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14 Nerdy Adult Coloring Books You’ll Want to Get Your Hands On

by Laura Cerroneon February 3, 2016
We’re all just kids on the inside, and chances are if you’re reading this you’re a fan of something that others say ‘that’s for children!’ To counter the naysayers, you may want to add a touch of sophistication to your collection. Adult coloring books have been popping up all over, and many of them feature […]

HBO 2015 Yearender

by Marcon December 9, 2015
HBO had one of its strongest years in 2015, and they have delivered a nice run-down of 2015 and a look at what 2016 has to bring.

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WinterCon Year Two

by Laura Cerroneon December 7, 2015
Last year was the first year for local New York comic convention WinterCon, and I was in attendance for its inception focusing on comic creators and their independent work. WinterCon returned on December 5 and 6, bigger this year, and my focus zeroed in on how they managed their growth. Going from a one-day affair to […]
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Super-Sized SDCC Geeky Weekly Edition

by Laura Cerroneon July 12, 2015
So many things happened. I spent most of my week glued to my Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Periscope, and any other social media feeds scouring for anything related to San Diego Comic Con. I also spent most of this week trying to see if I could budget an SDCC trip next year: the verdict on that […]

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Game of Thrones: It’s the Name That Lives On

by EVAon May 15, 2015
For the past nineteen years, adults and teens alike have been regaled with the stories of winter lords, summer ladies, the downfall of kings, and the hatching of dragons. We’ve climbed the Wall, faced the White Walkers, watched a deposed princess turn into a Khaleesi, and glared at those that deserve our ire, and through […]
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The Geeky Weekly: May 3 – May 9

by Laura Cerroneon May 10, 2015
The week just seemed to fly by, and so did the geeky news. It’s been over a full week now since Avengers: Age of Ultron has been out internationally, but it wasn’t the only newsworthy tidbit of the week.   ∴ We reveled in May the Fourth this week, which supplied a whole bunch of […]