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Batman and Spider-Man, There's So Much You Don't Know!

By JK PayneJuly 3, 2012

Some readers may already be familiar with the genius that is Alan “Sizzler” Kistler host of Crazy Sexy Geeks podcast, or from this post, or from his previous publication of The Unofficial Game of Thrones Cookbook: From Direwolf Ale to Auroch Stew! But if you are...More  →

Batman and Spider-Man, There's So Much You Don't Know!
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The 10 Most Kickass US History Movies for Independence Day

By Brandon SpecktorJuly 3, 2012

From visionary director D.W. Griffith's kind-of-creepy-but-nonetheless-impressive Confederate love letter, Birth of A Nation, to Matt Stone and Trey Parker's exuberant puppet sing-along, Team America: World Police, film and United States identity have always been intimately linked. We know you have many patriotic choices to make this...More  →

The 10 Most Kickass US History Movies for Independence Day
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REVIEW: The Amazing Spider-Man

By Becky FerreiraJuly 3, 2012

A doe-eyed child Peter Parker excitedly plays a game of hide-and-seek with his father, but instead stumbles upon his father's secret. From the broken window and trashed files in Richard Parker's home office, it appears a more adult and malevolent game of hide-and-seek is also...More  →

REVIEW: The Amazing Spider-Man
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Doctor Who Season 6 Rewatch: The Doctor's Wife

By Allison EmmJuly 2, 2012

There are four strange characters in what appears to be some sort of junk yard, anticipating the arrival of a Time Lord. There is an older woman called Auntie, a man called Uncle, an Ood called Nephew, and a young woman named Idris who looks...More  →

Doctor Who Season 6 Rewatch: The Doctor's Wife

It's Time for an "Infinite Summer"

By Robert IsenbergJuly 2, 2012

If you've never heard of "Infinite Summer," it may not be exactly what you're expecting. "Infinite Summer" does not refer to endless warm months followed by an absence of school. Infinite Summer is a season-long attempt to read Infinite Jest, the 1,000-page super-novel by David Foster Wallace....More  →

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The 5 Greatest Saturday Morning Cartoons

By Steven RomanoJuly 2, 2012

The facts are sad but true: Saturday morning cartoons suck now. But they didn't used to! There once were plenty of options when it came to our weekend intake of animated entertainment. Some were good, some were plain awful, and some were veritable legends. It...More  →

The 5 Greatest Saturday Morning Cartoons

VIDEO: "Comic Store Heroes" is Coming to National Geographic

By Steven RomanoJuly 2, 2012

It seems it was only recently that the media began to take notice of the once overlooked (and ridiculed) world of geek culture. But now with its inexplicable and sudden surge in popularity, television networks have been scrambling to cobble together reality shows that place...More  →

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True Blood Recap: Wham, Bam, Thank You, Pam!

By Beth MishlerJuly 2, 2012

We’re forgiving True Blood for this season’s mega-slow start because, a) it’s reminiscent of the show’s debut season, which began at a languid get-to-know-you pace, picked up momentum mid-season, and rolled to a rollicking finale, and, b) there’s more of Kristin Bauer von Straten’s Pam,...More  →

True Blood Recap: Wham, Bam, Thank You, Pam!
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SPIDER-MAN WEEK: Empire State Building Lighting

By Tim WainwrightJune 29, 2012

Just when you thought your anticipation for the new Spider-man franchise with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone couldn't be high enough, they launch "Spider-man Week". That's right: one whole week with the cast dedicated to events of Spidey awesomeness deliberately intended to get you even...More  →

SPIDER-MAN WEEK: Empire State Building Lighting