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VIDEO: Geek Movie Reviews!

By Vadim NewquistJuly 12, 2012

In this brand new MindHut video series, watch This Guy as he sifts through the world of wide-release movies in order to bring you their true value—not in stars, points, or even thumbs—but in the most relevant scale imaginable: their Geek Factor!...More  →

VIDEO: Geek Movie Reviews!
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SLIDESHOW: MindHut's SDCC Coverage, Day 1

By Josh PeriloJuly 12, 2012

A lot happens at the San Diego Comic Con, and we're here to give you a day by day, blow by blow account. Get ready for the scary, the funny, and the just plain weird....More  →

SLIDESHOW: MindHut's SDCC Coverage, Day 1
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VIDEO: The Super Friends Stay Golden (Girls)

By Steven RomanoJuly 12, 2012

Earth-1985, the alternate reality where an elderly Batman, Robin, Superman, and Aquaman retire from the world of costumed vigilantism and move into a house in Miami to enjoy their golden years over late night cheesecake. Just kidding! Fellow geek site Topless Robot posted this animated...More  →

VIDEO: The Super Friends Stay Golden (Girls)
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BOOK REVIEW: Partials by Dan Wells

By Swapna KrishnaJuly 12, 2012

The year is 2076 and there are less than 50,000 humans left on the planet Earth. The human race is a dying species; RM, the disease that the Partials engineered to wipe out humanity, has ensured that. Yes, we created the Partials to fight for...More  →

BOOK REVIEW: Partials by Dan Wells

"Assassin's Creed" Comes to the Big Screen With Michael Fassbender!

By Beth MishlerJuly 12, 2012

Michael Fassbender must love us, masterminds. Why else would he continue endearing himself to us with his project choices? He was undeniably effective as the young Magneto in X-Men: First Class, and his androidian turn as David in Prometheus still has us talking. Now, it...More  →

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The MindHut at Comic-Con: Sneak Peek at New TV Shows!

By Eric GarneauJuly 12, 2012

Opening night of the San Diego Comic-Con always includes Warner Bros Television screening a group of their most highly-anticipated pilots for the upcoming TV season. Past shows to get the Comic-Con-first treatment include The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, and Supernatural, and these are all shows that...More  →

The MindHut at Comic-Con: Sneak Peek at New TV Shows!
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Doctor Who Reunion (Sort of)!

By ChauntonJuly 11, 2012

Those of you with a "David Tennant" Google alert set up have probably already picked up the news that next month Tennant begins filming a murder mystery series called Broadchurch. What you may or may not have noticed is that this series brings together a...More  →

Doctor Who Reunion (Sort of)!
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VIDEO: "RoboCop" Reboot Viral Video Surfaces

By Steven RomanoJuly 11, 2012

Tired of your city’s understaffed and ill-equipped police force fighting a losing battle against an ever-growing criminal element? Do you wish there was some marvelous machine that just makes all the bad go away—and keeps it that way? Well, Masterminds, the renowned innovators at Omnicorp...More  →

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Neil Gaiman Has 5 New Books on the Way!

By Brandon SpecktorJuly 11, 2012

We're all versed in the classic literary conflicts—Man Vs. Society, Man Vs. Self, Man Vs. Food, etc.—but with Chu's Day, the first of five (!) pending releases from Neil Gaiman via a recent deal with HarperCollins Children's Books, some shine will finally fall on the...More  →

Neil Gaiman Has 5 New Books on the Way!

(Alan) Moore Projects than you can Shake a Stick At

By ChauntonJuly 11, 2012

Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve read Shakespeare, Dickens, and Chaucer, and we can say without hyperbole that Alan Moore is a million times better than all of them put together. He is the greatest living writer certainly, and probably the greatest living organism. Science proves that...More  →

(Alan) Moore Projects than you can Shake a Stick At