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    Nostalgic Nerd – Metal Gear Solid

    A while back I came up with this idea for a way to review things from the ghosts of geeks past. Games, books, movies, etc from a few years back were likely never reviewed by our site. I was like 8 when Gremlins came out […]

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    Death Sentence #4 – 5

    A few months back my Google Chrome crashed and burned. As a result all my passwords were lost. I was able to remember a few of them but my gmail account was gone and will never return. As an additional result I could no longer […]

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    My Favorite Albums of 2013

    Let me just start off with this. This is NOT a best of 2013 countdown, nor is it a top ten list. This is an article that discusses my favorite albums of 2013. You see, I believe music to be very personal. What one would […]

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    Geekend Review: Year End Edition

    The year is out like so many years before it. I think we all remember how 1997 left us, and 1996 before that. Crazy times. Now it is time for 2013 to move on down the road to make way for 2014. It’s been a […]

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    Death Sentence numero tres hit the stands today. I was lucky enough to get a free copy a few days ago. I was excited because since issue one, since the idea of it really, Death Sentence has seemed like one of the most promising titles […]

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    Doctor Who 50th Anniversary

    Spoilers Ahead! The hype around the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who has been intense. Made more so by the appearance of John Hurt as the unnamed Doctor at the end of this past season. How have we never heard of him? Is Moffat screwing with […]

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    Comic Review- Death Sentence #2

    Death Sentence may be one of the lesser known titles at your comic shop. It’s certainly not going to unseat Spidey or Bats and their reign over the front shelf. If you like a good story driven book with an off beat hook then you […]

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    Comic Review: Number Cruncher #4

    Titan Comics just released the final issue of Number Cruncher. The battle between Operative 494 and The Mathematician finally comes to a head. Who will outsmart whom? If you have read any of my other Number Cruncher reviews, you know that I have loved this […]

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    Geek Comic Review – Death Sentence #1

    Death Sentence #1 by Monty Nero and Mike Dowling is a unique approach to the “superhero”, or rather super powered, genre. It, so far, is about three people making their way in the UK with VD. The great thing about VD, other than the fact […]

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    Geek Book Review: Turbulence by Samit Basu

        If you are a fan of the superhero genre in any form, then Samit Basu’s Turbulence should be the next must-read story on your list.  Basu delivers an inventive new take on the classic superhero story while still managing to stay true to […]

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    TV Review: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

    The new ABC series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. premiered last night as part of ABC’s new fall line up and Marvel’s stellar attempt at bringing the Marvel U to the masses. The show is based in the same universe as the Marvel Films of recent history, […]

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    Geekend Review

    This week in geek, Microsoft announces that you can only play the Xbox1 one way. Sony and MS reveal their intent for game upgrading from last gen to current. Dexter wraps up it entire life as a series. Curiosity kills the idea of aliens existing […]

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    A1 #4 – Comic Review

    In the not so distant past A1 Comics brought together some talents that are titans of the Industry today. Names like Dave Gibbons, Neil Gaiman, and Alan Moore. Created by Dave Elliot and Gary Leach in 1989 and published by Atomeka Press, A1 was an […]

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    Comic Review: Number Cruncher #3

    The third issue of Number Cruncher finds our protagonist, Operative 494 still chasing down the lovesick mathematician as he lives out life after life in order to be with his true love. The Mathematician may have manipulated the “recirculation algorithm,” but Operative 494 isn’t going […]

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    Deadbeat Makes You Stronger by Guy Adams

        Deadbeat Makes You Stronger by Guy Adams This adventurous thriller has so many twists and turns that keep you on the edge of your seat. Max and Tom are old friends (old in every sense of the word!) who drunkenly watch an interesting […]

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    Cat Daniels Continues to Deliver in Issue #2 of My So-Called Secret Identity

    For Issue #2 of My So-Called Secret Identity, there’s a lot going on. The creative team decided to make a change from Issue #1, running pages in weekly installments from 21 March- 23 June, with a couple of pages released each week. I did not […]

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    Geek Book Review: Everybody Loves Tank Girl

    Everybody Loves Tank Girl is a collection of the recent 3 part miniseries by Jim Mahfood and Alan C. Martin. Everybody Loves Tank Girl is a bunch of short comics that range in length from 1 to 3 pages, with the main story, “Everybody Loves Tank […]

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    Geekend Review

    Sunday yet again. Time to review. The Netflix Orginal Orange Is The New Black premiered this week. Critically it has been praised as a success. Having watched every episode I can tell you it was a good series. The best of the Netflix Originals to […]

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    Comic Review: Chronos Commandos

    Chronos Commandos is a 5-part series about an army sergeant travelling through time to catch time-travelling Nazis.  It is created, written and illustrated by Stuart Jennett.In the first issue, Dawn Patrol, the sergeant brings his soldiers back in time to Mesozoic Era. They battle dinosaurs […]

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    Geek Book Review: Jago

        I know it has been some time since I have graced our readers with a review of a literary work.  I only wish my return was with something that I enjoyed a little bit more.  Jago is the re-release of Kim Newman’s 1991 […]

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