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By Kent Ward, December 31, 2015 0 Article

As we hit the end of December and the year that was 2015, a ton a music came out from the nerd music community. It is very likely that there was more new music out in December than in any… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, December 11, 2015 0 Article

Image credit: JD Hancock Different people like different sorts of games. Hey, it’s a free galaxy. And on that basis, and in the interest of celebrating what makes us all different as well as what we‘ve all got in common,… Read More »

By Kent Ward, December 1, 2015 0 Article

November was a month where it finally started to cool down throughout the great state of Florida, but despite that, the nerd music community was more than able to put out some hot releases this past month. MC Lars kicked… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, October 2, 2015 0 Article

(Image source: Fans of classic manga characters will remember Tobaku Mokushiroku Kaiji as the man they called the “ultimate survivor” and the man who took on the system and beat the odds countless times. However, for those that really… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, September 12, 2015 0 Article

It is true–geeks and nerds and forward-thinkers tend to use a lot more electricity than other folks do, largely because many applications in technology, science, and gaming won’t work without it. However, the difference is that those people are using a lot… Read More »

By JDOC, July 17, 2015 0 Article

Hi there, JDOC here. Normally you would get a con report from me on the website here, but I just had to report on this exciting news from SDCC (even though I’m not there). As reported from SDCC on Friday,… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, July 11, 2015 0 Article

Film buffs around the world have considered the initial two Terminator films some of the most all-around beloved, spectacular, and utterly fantastic sci-fi movies ever to hit the screen. The third and fourth entries create some disparity between critics and fans alike,… Read More »

By Kent Ward, May 7, 2015 0 Article

Video games are awesome. Video game music is also awesome. It’s well-known fact in the nerd world that video game music is some of the best music ever. Now the norms and mundanes may not know that, but they listen… Read More »

By Brian Downes, April 16, 2015 0 Article

For Bianca Roman-Stumpff, the Road goes ever on and on, down to the door where it began. Now far ahead the Road has gone, and she must follow, if she can. How did all this begin? With an unexpected party…. Read More »

By Scott, April 14, 2015 0 Article

As a fan of comic books, and superheroes a lot of the time what goes on in my head is about what heroes or villains would fit together and make up a supergroup. In over seventy five years of comic… Read More »

By Kent Ward, March 28, 2015 1 Article

This Sunday will be the biggest professional wrestling show of the year, WWE’s WrestleMania 31! Or WrestleMania Play Button? After thirty years, the numbers are being ditched in favor of symbols. But enough about that. How is the show looking?… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, February 28, 2015 0 Article

Three Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Cut the Cord With all the talk of cutting the cord, and increasing concerns over company mergers, it might seem like dropping your subscription TV service is the way to go. While it is true that… Read More »

By Cuppcakes, February 17, 2015 0 Article

Whether its a convention, club or event, if its the in the name of fandom who couldn’t think of a better place to spend time with the only people who could understand you in your own little world Unfortunately though,… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, December 30, 2014 0 Article

One of the best things about living in the new millennium is just how easy it is to go your own way, especially as someone who does something creative. Our parents, if they wanted to earn a living with music… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, December 30, 2014 0 Article

Before there was Street Cleaning Simulator, Goat Simulator, and the plethora of other sim games on the market today, there was only one: the flight simulator. The original consumer version was released way back in the late 1970s, before most… Read More »

By Brian Downes, November 1, 2014 0 Article

Suppose that you were selected as a child for intense training in politics, military strategy, and the martial arts. Suppose that your life was guided through many years of demanding study, and many perilous tests of your resolve, with the… Read More »

By Brian Downes, October 19, 2014 0 Article

This lesson from the Downes’ School of the Gamemaster’s Art will be about how the brain works, how the body works, how environment affects both, and how to use all that for more successful adventures. A tragic fact of our… Read More »