Category:  Article

By Cuppcakes, September 12, 2013 0 Article

  If you think the replica light saber or life sized portal gun sitting on your display case made you the ultimate geek collector, this article is about to prove you very very wrong.  If you’re like me, you may… Read More »

By Mark Viola, September 12, 2013 0 Article

  Will This Be Our New Doctor? Here’s Hoping! With the announcement of a new Doctor in the Doctor Who franchise, fans have been filled with nothing but questions. The choice of Peter Capaldi to (THANKFULLY) replace the abysmal Matt… Read More »

By Sean Lords, August 29, 2013 1 Article

Homebase Orlando: “Old Florida” Charms for New Florida Visitors I have a cousin who grew up about an hour and a half from Yellowstone National Park. Despite the distance between us- me in Orlando and him in Idaho, we visited… Read More »

By Go-Go Dai Gaijin Boy, July 25, 2013 0 Article

    It looks like the comic book industry is stressing again with it’s latest dilemma. According to Bleeding Cool the comic book world could end up with another Diamond Comics Vs. Heroes World, but this time it’s digital. That’s… Read More »

By Mark Viola, June 3, 2013 0 Article

    Iron man 3: Or, How to $&#@ Up a Good Thing I could have written this article the day the movie was released; the day hundreds of thousands of Fanboys and Fangirls like myself had waited for since… Read More »

By Mark Viola, May 28, 2013 4 Article

    I’ve been away from my home here at FGS for a little bit, mostly spending my time scouring the countryside for lost reel-to-reels of A for Andromeda, and writing Jack of All Trades fan-fiction, but I’m back, and… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 4, 2013 2 Article

I love Carrie Fisher. Not because she was Princess Leia or excellent in When Harry Met Sally, The ‘Burbs, and Hannah and Her Sisters. It’s also not only because she’s hilarious when Drop Dead Fred sinks her houseboat. I love… Read More »

By Paul Russo, February 4, 2013 0 Article

    Like the rivalries found in the pages of comic books and their adaptations, the attendees of the Sand Diego Comic Con and the New York Comic Con have had a heated rivalry about whose Comic Con is best. … Read More »

By Mark Viola, November 5, 2012 19 Article

There; I said it.  The 11th Doctor, played by the mostly untalented Matt Smith, needs to head for the big blue police box in the sky.  In the opinion of this author (and huge Doctor Who fan from waaaayyyy back),… Read More »

By Upsidedownsix, August 26, 2012 4 Article

Let me start by saying I like the web series “The Angry Video Game Nerd.” In fact I can say that last month the web show caused me to have a slower data speed on my smart phone earlier in… Read More »

By Upsidedownsix, August 15, 2012 7 Article

Incognito cinema warriors theme song youtube link If you were cognizant in the eighties and nineties and also had a penchant for bad sci-fi movies, it’s a good bet you’ve heard of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (or mst3k for short)… Read More »

By geekadmin, July 1, 2012 1 Article

  If Bruce Wayne had a house in Florida, he’d most likely have an epic home with a cool pool. I think we could venture as far to say even a Batpool. Florida Geek Scene got a hold of a… Read More »

By Mark Viola, June 25, 2012 1 Article

Comic-book movies are great; I love them, you love them, blah, blah, blah.  What needs to be addressed now is why we aren’t seeing more live action comic-book T.V.  Yeah, there are the classics, like Batman, Wonder Woman, and The… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, June 5, 2012 4 Article, Movies

Prometheus, unofficially described as a prequel to 1979’s Alien, opens in theaters this Friday to much anticipation. What started as a question (“is it an Alien sequel?”) and became the term describing it (“it’s the prequel to Alien.”), Prometheus has… Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 24, 2012 0 Article, Movies, Music

It’s been almost a year since I returned from my trip to Amsterdam. Aside from going to museums, various shops and café’s and trekking through The Netherlands’s scenic (and flat) countryside I found a decent amount of underground music there…. Read More »

By Emmanuel Malchiodi, May 21, 2012 4 Article

Oh Television, what Kenneth from 30 Rock calls “the true American art form.” Whether that’s correct or not there’s no denying television’s a catchall of beliefs, indoctrinating the masses into the American zeitgeist. It tells what Noam Chomsky calls the… Read More »

By Scott, May 19, 2012 0 Article, News

  Happy Birthday Andre The Giant! It’s May 19th 2012 and you would have been sixty six years old today. Andre The Giant was the largest man in Professional Wrestling, billed at 7’5 and 520 pounds he was the biggest… Read More »