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The spoilers are strong with this one. This is your last warning. (more…)

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force awakens

10 years after the end of the Prequel Trilogy, we have a continuation of the Star Wars that we all know and love. But, was it any good?

Anyone who knows anything about me will tell you that I love both Star Trek and Star Wars. When J.J. Abrams was going to be directing Star Wars Episode VII, I automatically feared the worst. What he did with Star Trek hurt, and knowing that he was now in charge of  the other half of my childhood love was enough to almost send me into a panic. He has said in many interviews that he wasn’t a fan of Star Trek and that Star Wars was his first love. But, words are cheap… Would he deliver where George Lucas failed with the prequels? (more…)

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TheChangeling

Also known as: The Motion Picture version one. (more…)

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TETHER Issue 3 cover

“I do not share the stage!” -Maestro

At long last, I got my hands on TETHER issue/episode 3!

If you recall, issue 2 left us with yet another cliff hanger that had us asking all sorts of questions… Was the Lady in the desert connected ti the Artifact and Azazel? Who was the Master that she referred to? What power was she referring to? (more…)

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In this review series, I will be taking a look at all of the Star Wars movies, both the original trilogy and the new one. These reviews will be a personal project to help celebrate the release of Episode VII on December 18th. I will be going in episode order to help with continuity… Even though it’s been messed up.

Today, I am reviewing Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith.

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Any child who grew up in the 80’s, as I did, remembers Jem and the Holograms. Some say it was meant for the girl audience, but, with action, science fiction, and a pretty decent plot, it encompassed a wide audience for its time. It was produced by the same studios that did G. I. Joe as well as the Gen 1 Transformers. I wouldn’t have called myself a fan, but I watched it when it was on, and enjoyed it as the young geekling I was. (more…)

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Mad Max Fury Road

Max Rockatansky returns to the big screen, and this Uncommon Geek is thrilled to have witnessed it. (more…)

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