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Category Archives: lists
It can be easy to fall into a rut with horror, because… horror. Lately, all the mainstream flicks that have been hitting theaters have all been kind of “meh” for me. Not all is lost though, as my appetite for … Continue reading
As can be witnessed in my previous post about The X-Files, I tend to fawn and gush over my favorite OTP, Mulder and Scully. Before, I touched on the soulful foundation of their relationship. This here list is an unabashed dedication to the … Continue reading
Previously reviewed in Jeff’s “We’re No. 1!” round up, DC Comics’ The Movement is Gail Simone‘s newest creation. The Movement stands on its own as a new comic series that puts a superhero spin on serious social issues. As Gail Simone put … Continue reading
In honor of Valentine’s Day, and thumbing my nose in the general direction of documented homophobe Orson Scott Card writing Superman, I hereby present my unscientific, completely biased, entirely personal, and in-no-particular-order list of top four (with a bonus) favorite … Continue reading
We love geeky art, so we thought it would be fun to compile a list of artists we’ve mentioned on the site in 2012, and if possible, point you to where you could support these artists directly. Noelle Stevenson (Gingerhaze): … Continue reading
Well, folks, we made it through another year. Despite the Mayans reminding us to buy a new calendar, Earth continues to spin, as it has for the past few billion years. 2012 was one for the history books, even if … Continue reading
Obviously, we don’t always need to give gifts to show love and appreciation for someone, and besides that, any occasion is a good one to give a token. That said, it is the holiday season and a lot of you … Continue reading
Bummed out doesn’t come close to describing my reaction when I heard that my favorite local bowling alley will be shutting its doors in April, after operating for over 50 years. I have many fond memories attached to that place, from … Continue reading