Articles Posted in the " Geek Culture " Category

  • Ten Infamous Pieces of Fandom Lore

    What is fandom lore? Essentially, it’s the history of fans and their activities within fandom, particularly ones that have led to stories being passed around and becoming, well, something like legends – and not only within their communities, but within fandom as a whole. The explosion of social media throughout the past decade has caused […]



  • I Stan ‘Stan’ Being Added to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary

    Merriam-Webster’s isn’t just any ordinary dictionary.  They’re a cool dictionary.  And they’ve recently added ‘stan’ to their official list of words and I stan them for it. According to Merriam-Webster, ‘stan’ is defined as the following: stan noun \ ˈstan \ plural stans slang, often disparaging : an extremely or excessively enthusiastic and devoted fan […]



  • Tyler Posey is on a Ship!

    Well, he’s on the dock, or he got tickets to the marina and is really thinking about going. Point is, 5 years after the Bizarre, Weird, Twisted debacle (otherwise known as BWT or Poseygate^1 – yes, there are more) tore apart a fandom, Tyler Posey has started talking ships again… kinda. Read our before commenting. […]


  • Scooby-Doo to Hit the Stage in Mixed Media Theater Production

    For 50 years, people all over the world have been delighted by the adventures of crime-solving canine Scooby-Doo and his plucky band of sharply-dressed teenagers. In celebration of 50 years of mystery solving, Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Monlove announced today their intention to produce Scooby-Doo and the Lost City of Gold, a one-of-a-kind, “completely original […]




  • Is Queer Representation on the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Horizon?

    What’s that light in the distance? Could it be nothing more than the bright blast of blue from one of Tony Stark’s Iron-Man suit’s repulsors? Perhaps it’s just a gleam of a sunbeam caught on the edge of Captain America’s Vibranium shield. Or maybe it’s a fierce lightning storm, shot down from the high heavens […]