TREK 2 July 30

Star Trek in the Park

By: Meg Humphrey   I have become a Star Trek fan thanks to the 2009 reboot movie. I know that there are a lot of old school fans who scoff at this, but that’s just fine with me. Since my first taste, I’ve gone back and all of The Next Generation and parts of Deep […]


New Jedi Order: an Overview

By: Meg Humphrey   I recently finished my first read through of the New Jedi Order. New Jedi Order is a nineteen book long series within the Star Wars Legends Universe (formerly known as the Expanded Universe) that takes place between twenty-five and twenty-nine years after the Battle of Yavin. I had read the first […]

Kickstarter featured image July 23

Featured Kickstarter: Jess Archer Versus Web Series

By: Terra Clarke Olsen Amy Taylor is a geek (self-proclaimed Whovian, Browncoat, Tolkien fanatic) on a mission. Although Amy works as a director on the weekly PBS movie review show called Just Seen It, she dreams of bringing her own original content to the masses. Enter the Jess Archer Versus Kickstarter. Jess Archer Versus is a would-be web series […]

Robot Tissue Holder July 21

Geeky Office Supplies

By: Terra Clarke Olsen This weekend, I noticed that “Back to School” aisles have already started to appear. Being the dork that I am, I loved back-to-school shopping as a kid—the colorful binders, the fancy pens, the pointless stickers, I wanted it all! So, it probably doesn’t come as a surprise that I love buying […]


The Other Dynamic Duo: Danny Elfman and Tim Burton

By: Meg Humphrey   I don’t go to many concerts so I always forget how much I enjoy listening to live music. I had the chance to experience a wonderful night at the Seattle Symphony and the music of Danny Elfman for Tim Burton films. This was my second night at Benaroya Hall, the first […]

thor face woman 2014 July 16

Marvel: Champion of Change

By: Terra Clarke Olsen I’ve been a frustrated lady geek the past few weeks. From women being barred from competing in Hearthstone to the artist of Wonder Woman declaring he doesn’t want her to be a feminist, it’s been a harsh reminder that the geek culture has a long way to go. But yesterday brought […]


Shoujo Manga Maniacs: Strobe Edge

By: Meg Humphrey   The manga Strobe Edge by Sakisaka Io was a really refreshing take on the often told story of first loves. Ninako is a high school girl that has never experienced love before. Her friends tell her that her childhood friendship with the boy, Daiki (who is, in fact, in love with […]


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