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DJ Boggart, Cross-Over Fanfic, and Prattkeeping Blast-Ended Skrewts: It's GEEKYCON 2015!

DJ Boggart, Cross-Over Fanfic, and Cardboard in Cosplay: It's GEEKYCON 2015!

By Olivia DolphinAugust 11, 2015

GeekyCon (formerly known as LeakyCon, which we LOVED), took place in Orlando, Florida this past week, just down the road from actual Diagon Alley, Jurassic Park, and the home of the Avengers (aka Universal Studios). The con was chock-full of cosplay, Paper Towns-inspired s...More  →

Superhero Recipes and a Beginner's Guide to 'Doctor Who' in This Week's Geeky Twitter!

By Josh SorokachAugust 11, 2015

Good afternoon, everyone! Welcome to this week's edition of Geeky Twitter. We hope your Tuesday is going swimmingly. Swimmingly? Who says swimmingly? Great Scott! The summer heat has finally gotten to us here at Planet MindHut. In this week's edition, we uncover a few DC ...More  →

Superhero Recipes and a Beginner's Guide to 'Doctor Who' in This Week's Geeky Twitter!
Bad Guys with the Best Intentions

Bad Guys with the Best Intentions

By Christopher CalogeroAugust 10, 2015

Not all villains are bad guys, maybe if you just got to know them a little bit you would see. Some of the best enemies in sci-fi/fantasy are the one who who just want to help, but then things get a little out of hand and the next thing you know the entire planet is at risk. ...More  →

14 DC Comics Women We Want To Get Their Own TV Shows!

By Lisa GranshawAugust 10, 2015

There’s no hiding the fact that we are very excited for the premiere of Supergirl on CBS this October. Add to that Vixen getting an animated webseries and we’re psyched that finally some of the brilliant women from DC Comics will be the main characters in their ver...More  →

14 DC Comics Women We Want To Get Their Own TV Shows!

Gen Con: Inside the True Dungeon

By Noah AppelbaumAugust 10, 2015

Last week, gamers from all over the world stormed Indianapolis to attend Gen Con. Many of them came for one big reason: to play through the True Dungeon, an immersive, live-action role-playing game. We sat down with True Dungeon Volunteer Coordinator Jean Monfort to get...More  →

Gen Con: Inside the True Dungeon
7 Times Steven Universe Got Way Too Real for Children's Television

7 Times Steven Universe Got Way Too Real for Children's Television

By Noah AppelbaumAugust 7, 2015

Cartoon Network's Steven Universe might just be the best show on television right now. Not only is it funny, action-packed, and downright weird, it also boasts a level of emotional sophistication rarely seen anywhere on TV, let alone TV ostensibly made for children. From problematic...More  →

Eight More Geeky Fantastic Foursomes

By Ryan BrittAugust 7, 2015

Today, whether you're ready for it or not, The Fantastic Four has hit theatres. Thrown together and forced to wear matching outfits mostly because they were all in the wrong outer space place at the wrong time, the Fantastic Four is hardly the only geeky foursome in the un...More  →

Eight More Geeky Fantastic Foursomes

5 Inventions for a Geektastic Morning Routine

By Robert PunchurAugust 6, 2015

YAY Knowledge! But BOO getting up early! Can we all agree to start school at noon this year? With an hour lunch break at 12:30 and free lab experimenting at 2pm. That would be ideal. Unfortunately, the world isn’t ideal. Which means that you’ll soon be...More  →

5 Inventions for a Geektastic Morning Routine

7 Times Marvel What If? Scenarios Became Full-Blown Stories

By Steven RomanoAugust 6, 2015

Following her October 2014 debut, Marvel kept fans guessing at the identity of the mystery woman who had taken up the mantel of Thor, peppering each issue with clues and red herrings. Finally, the game came to an end last month, when Thor, Vol 2: Who Wields the Hammer? revealed...More  →

7 Times Marvel What If? Scenarios Became Full-Blown Stories
The "We Didn't See That" Review of <i>Tomorrowland</i>

The "We Didn't See That" Review of Tomorrowland

By Christopher CalogeroAugust 6, 2015

Everyone wants to see a rocket house! You know what no one wants to see? Cranky George Clooney. Or Ayn Rand-ian police units. Or sucky utopias. That's probably why Chris never got around to seeing Tomorrowland. Not that those things are necessarily in Tomorrowland, but...More  →