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WIN FREE LOOT: Geek Outlaw Boldly Gives Away Limited Edition Mondo Posters for the STAR TREK BEYOND Rewards Contest

WIN FREE LOOT: Geek Outlaw Boldly Gives Away Limited Edition Mondo Posters for the STAR TREK BEYOND Rewards Contest

  After 50 brutal electoral rounds of no holds barred rock’em sock’em presidential candidates, it’s time to let the healing process begin. What better way to help us forget about the past 18 months than by giving away some free swag. Thanks once again to the overly generous gentleman heading […]

by November 10, 2016 0 comments Misc, Movies, Rewards, Sci-Fi, TV
SDCC 2016: The Outlaw & Hot Nerd Girl Boldly Interview Jason Matthew “Cupcake” Smith of STAR TREK Fame & SHARKNADO 4’s Caroline Williams at San Diego Comic-Con

SDCC 2016: The Outlaw & Hot Nerd Girl Boldly Interview Jason Matthew “Cupcake” Smith of STAR TREK Fame & SHARKNADO 4’s Caroline Williams at San Diego Comic-Con

  Beyond the cosplay, glitz and glamour of San Diego Comic-Con, there is, well… more cosplay, glitz and glamour. The actors and entertainers are out in full force every year at what I like to call Nerdi Gras, as the entertainment event still remains THE premiere pop-culture fan gathering for […]

by September 30, 2016 0 comments Comic-Con, Interviews, Movies, Sci-Fi
SDCC 2016: “Live Long and Create” – Star Trek 50th Anniversary Art goes Above & ‘Beyond’ at San Diego Comic-Con

SDCC 2016: “Live Long and Create” – Star Trek 50th Anniversary Art goes Above & ‘Beyond’ at San Diego Comic-Con

  “Computers make excellent and efficient servants, but I have no wish to serve under them.” – Spock (Leonard Nimoy):  Star Trek, season 2, episode 24 (“The Ultimate Computer,” 1968) A quote ahead of its time, from a show at least fifty years ahead of its time. Making bold predictions […]

by September 9, 2016 0 comments Art and Museums, Comic-Con, Movies, Sci-Fi, TV
SDCC 2015 INTERVIEW: Dr. Travis Langley talks brains & his new book, The Walking Dead Psychology: Psych of the Living Dead

SDCC 2015 INTERVIEW: Dr. Travis Langley talks brains & his new book, The Walking Dead Psychology: Psych of the Living Dead

  (Scroll down for video interview.)   The human mind is a magnificent, yet extraordinarily complicated organ. Great minds like Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking are evidence of just how brilliant grey matter can be. On the other end of the spectrum, one only need look inside the head of Geek […]

by August 4, 2015 2 comments Comic-Con, Events, Interviews, Preview, Sci-Fi, TV
GUEST BLOG: In Memoriam of Leonard Nimoy & Terry Pratchett: Teachers of Life, Prosperity, Death & Humanity

GUEST BLOG: In Memoriam of Leonard Nimoy & Terry Pratchett: Teachers of Life, Prosperity, Death & Humanity

(For this sentimental Geek Outlaw guest blog, I’ve again reached out to fellow Outlaw and ubergeek, Terris Gartner, to share his heartfelt thoughts on the recent passing of two pop culture legends. Join Terris as he pays tribute to the great Leonard Nimoy and the masterful Terry Pratchett.) ______________________________________________________________   […]

EVENT: Geek Outlaw finds his Identity (Comics) & his Podthingy at the 2015 Long Beach Comic Expo

EVENT: Geek Outlaw finds his Identity (Comics) & his Podthingy at the 2015 Long Beach Comic Expo

  EVENT: Geek Outlaw finds his Identity (Comics) and his Podthingy at the 2015 Long Beach Comic Expo I’m starting to wonder if the Outlaw should pick up stakes and move his band of collectibles down to Orange County, CA. It would seem to make sense seeing as I should […]

by March 10, 2015 5 comments Comic-Con, Comics, Cosplay, Events
Top 7 “Geekiest Super Bowl Commercials that Geek Outlaw Can Remember” List

Top 7 “Geekiest Super Bowl Commercials that Geek Outlaw Can Remember” List

  Super Bowl 48, – yes, I’m too lazy to Google the roman numerals—is now ancient history, and for most that’s not a horrible thing.  Short of giving oneself a frontal lobotomy, the lopsided game was forgettable—literally—and outside one or two spots, the commercials were nothing to write home about […]

by February 5, 2014 0 comments Commercials, Misc, Sports
CLASSIC REVIEW:  Before there was Firefly (and after Star Trek), there was Galaxy Quest

CLASSIC REVIEW: Before there was Firefly (and after Star Trek), there was Galaxy Quest

  Senior, geriatric, wrinkled, archaic, ancient, or Keith Richards; call it what you will, but once you start referring to things as classic, you know you’ve lived through more earthly rotations around the sun than you care to think about.   While I’m nowhere near the age of the skeletal […]

by December 13, 2013 1 comment Events, Movies, Reviews
TV REVIEW:  Almost Human is Almost Perfect

TV REVIEW: Almost Human is Almost Perfect

  If cops love donuts, then what do robot cops love?   It’s one of the many burning mysteries that the new Fox series Almost Human could address, but probably won’t… at least not immediately.  Oddly enough, these are also the types of hard-hitting inquiries that preoccupy my mind about 98% […]

by November 22, 2013 1 comment Movies, Reviews, Sci-Fi
EVENT: The 2013 C4 Central Coast Comic-Con pays a Visit to Geek Outlaw

EVENT: The 2013 C4 Central Coast Comic-Con pays a Visit to Geek Outlaw

  That’s right, you read the eye-grabbing title correctly.  A comic-con finally came to Geek Outlaw, that is if your definition of “came to” is noticing there was going to be a comic-con up the road from you because of a random Living-Social e-mail.   Truth be told, the fact […]

by September 19, 2013 7 comments Comics, Events, Misc, Reviews
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