Tag: geek culture

Geek Pick of the Week: Block Print Ninjas

Our latest Geek Pick of the Week are some limited edition art prints featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in stunning hand-carved form. As...

Canon vs. Legends: What’s What in Knights of the Old Republic

Over the years since the new Star Wars canon arrived, a surprising amount of elements/lore from Knights of the Old Republic and we're breaking...

Heroes & Villains Launch New Line of Star Wars Apparel

Revealed during SDCC, Heroes & Villains have kicked off a new series of licensed apparel/accessories centered around Return of the Jedi! Come inside to check out the cool items they've launched. 

Cinelinx Geek Christmas Gift Guide (2017)

It’s that time of year again when the weather gets cold, and the Christmas decorating/shopping has begun.  If you have movie lovers, gamers, or nerds in general, on your shopping list the Cinelinx team is here to help you find the perfect gift with our annual gift guides.  Come inside for links to the best geek related gifts you can find!

Geek Pick of the Week: Fan Jackets

Fan Jackets has recently launched a new line-up of superhero (and gaming/geek) themed hoodies and jackets for fans to enjoy.  Having had the chance to check out one of them, I figured this would be the perfect item to kick off our Geek Pick of the Week feature.  

This Animated Firefly Teaser is Amazing and Heartbreaking All at Once

Artist Stephen Byrne has created a quick short showing off what an animated Firefly/Serenity follow-up could look like in animated form.  The result is pretty amazing, making it all the more heartbreaking that it's not a real show you can watch right now.  Come inside to check it out!

Age of Myth (Book)

If you’re in the market for some new high fantasy material to read this Summer, Michael J. Sullivan’s new novel, Age of Myth, could be exactly what you need to kick off your Summer reading list.  Check out my review to find out why!

X-Men Apocalypse Ad Controversy: Did Fox Need to Apologize?

Due to the uproar caused by an ad for X-Men: Apocalypse, 20thCentury Fox Studios has released a public apology. The question is…Did Fox really do anything wrong or was this much ado about nothing?

Interactive Timelines Help You Keep Up With Your Favorite Geeky Franchises

In the age of shared universes and mass multi-media affairs for popular franchises, keeping up with everything out there can be difficult.  This is especially true of new fans just getting started in long-running properties.  Fortunately, there's a highly interactive site out there to help guide you through it all.  Come inside to learn more!

Taking Fandom Personal – The Need For Thick Skins

A troubling, and growing, trend continues to present itself within the fan community, and I'm struggling to grasp the reason why.  For a culture just a decade or so ago who had to endure constant ridicule from others, nerds these days seem to have ridiculously thin skin for their beloved properties.  Let's talk about it. 

Skywalker A Family at War (Book Review)

The galaxy’s most influential family gets a historical account in the latest Star Wars book. Chronicling the Skywalker journey from Shmi to Rey, it’s...