Author Archives: Dan Vanasse

Well, This Should Get Some Hearts Racing

For the DC Universe Online MMORPG comes this newest trailer, one that should have a certain co-blogger booking an early reservation for the game:


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April Fool Jokes are all Well and Good

But some things just cross the line


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On This Most Solemn Occasion.

I would be remiss if I didn’t wish our readers a Happy International Talk Like William Shatner Day! And to commemorate this holiday, let us bask in the warm glow of one of Bill’s most shining moments:

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Buck Rogers Goodness

In an earlier post, some discussion was made of reviving the Buck Rogers franchise, and while the proposed movie is still said to be in the works, there is going to be a revival of sorts, in the form of a webseries. Here we see a short teaser trailer:

One thing’s for sure – they definitely seem to be going for retro in a big way for this one. And here we see the young Buck Rogers in his pre-cryogenics days, complete with a couple of guest stars:

This seems to be a tradition – IIRC, Buster Crabbe made an appearance in the TV series…

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A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

But for this one, it’s just one word repeated a thousand times:

h/t to Aaron Williams

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Dear Television Network Executives

I would like it very, very much if this could be made into a regular series:

I will watch all the episodes, I will buy the DVD’s – heck, I can even promise that some of my fellow bloggers will buy the associated action figures for their kids. (Okay, we’ll buy them for ourselves, but the important thing is that we will buy them!)

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Being a Geek isn’t Just About Sci-Fi and Comic Books…

Sometimes, it’s about liking fonts.

Really, really, really liking fonts.

And sometimes it’s about finding a fact you didn’t know before:


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