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5 Facts to Show Why Geeks Love Sci-Fi

What Makes Sci Fi Geek Worthy

Science Fiction is one of the broadest scopes of fiction there ever has been. It opens the mind to infinite possibilities. Some of these have even turned out to be true. It gives people a chance to imagine the world and re-imagine the universe as we know it. Some people might say that watching or reading a lot of sci-fi ...

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Comics Made with CAPTCHAs

CAPTCHAs are good for other things beside security and the occasional laugh. For one, they can fulfill dreams. They can destroy dreams too. They can be the stuff of our nightmares. But they can also be inspirational. These CAPTCHAs inspired an artist to create comics devoted to the word combinations. These internet security-inspired comics are so cool and so puntastic ...

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LEGO Hellboy

If I were Ron Perlman, I might be a little concerned. LEGO Hellboy came out of nowhere and showed off its clone-like resemblance to his comic book counterpart. I mean, there’s always the matter of the LEGO-man’s small stature, but anything can be edited with special effects these days. And just think of the money they’d save on wardrobe and ...

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Doctors Discuss the Psychology of Batman

YouTube show Crazy Sexy Geeks sat down with three forensic psychiatrists of Broadcast Thought to discuss the psychology of Bruce Wayne. Is the Batman a sane vigilante who uses methods of terrorism to clean the streets or is there something deeper? Does Bruce Wayne suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder? These are some of the mysteries that the doctors are asked ...

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History Through the Eyes of Frank Miller

Sin City, 300, Batman: The Dark Knight and The Spirit. What do these titles all have in common? They are all the product of the mind of Frank Miller, the trailblazing comic artist and writer who took comics to the next level. Elevating comics from the newsstand to the bookstore and, later, the world of film – serious film. Frank ...

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Special Edition Peanuts Moleskine

Since I was a kid I’ve had an odd fascination with Charlie Brown and the Peanuts crew. I don’t know whether it was the innocence of the strip, the underlying consistency of Charles Schulz or my ability to relate to Charlie Brown and his dark cloud mentality. Regardless, Peanuts is one comic that will always be read and will always ...

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Heeeeeere’s Mario!: The Shining Meets the Mushroom Kingdom

I blame this all on the princess. And partly on Steven King. But mostly on the princess. Look, don’t you think after the third or fourth time you were abducted you’d maybe start to consider a safer security system? You’ve driven the poor man crazy. All Mario wanted to do was finally retire from his days of princess rescuing and ...

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