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  • Gishwhes 2017 Is Upon Us! Register Now!

    Gishwhes 2017 registration is officially open. Get your teams together and let’s compete and have some fun! For those that aren’t aware, Gishwhes (The Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen) is an international scavenger hunt that combines art, stunts, performance, charitable acts, and other tasks for a week long photo and video […]


  • Deedee Magno Hall and Zach Callison Wow Honolulu Audience

    Kawaii Kon 2017 invited two voice actors from Steven Universe to this year’s festivities.  Deedee Magno Hall (Pearl) and Zach Callison (Steven Universe) wowed fans by answering questions in their characters’ voices, giving insight into what it’s like to work on the hit Cartoon Network show, and embracing the spirit of Aloha.


  • Kawaii Kon 2017 Panel: Let’s Celebrate Yuri!! On Ice

    Kawaii Kon 2017 happened over the weekend featuring many great cosplayers and fan works from the hit show Yuri on Ice. The fandom has become a large presence in the anime community, and Kawaii Kon 2017 was no exception.  YOI fans showed up in force on the convention floor and at the panel.  On Sunday […]





  • Re: The Co-Opting of Geek Culture – It Wasn’t Stolen, It Evolved

    It seems like every so often an article comes out trying to define what ‘geek culture’ actually is, while dismissing large swaths of fans for not being a specific type of geek the author is most familiar with.  This time the fandom gatekeeping article comes from FlickeringMyth.com with a piece titled ‘You’re Not a Nerd: The […]


  • How Geeks Can Get Through the Trump Presidency

    It’s going to be a tough four years as we try to get through the Trump presidency, but we’ve got to stick together and be active.  RESIST. It shouldn’t be a surprise that The Geekiary’s staff is peopled with liberals, progressives, and fierce independents.  After the election of Trump we wrote Progressive Geeks: We Have Work […]


  • ‘Killing Stalking’ Is Not a Replacement for ‘Yuri on Ice’

    There’s been a recent trend lately by some Yuri on Ice fans to steer others towards the Korean webtoon Killing Stalking.  I find this recommendation misguided. I’m not one who can really judge people who enjoy violent and graphic entertainment.  I’m first and foremost a fan of Hannibal and that’s literally about a guy that eats other people. […]