It’s goofy and cheesy, and a nice alternative to the grimdark tone permeating superhero-themed entertainment.
An incredible work of fandom that pays tribute to classic “Star Wars” as well as vintage anime titles like “Robotech.”
Good friends, the “Wrath of God,” chocolate, and scotch. What more do you need?
Even after all these years — and those prequels — there’s still some magic left in the franchise.
It’s amazing what you can do with some garbage, a laptop, an arduino or two, some contact microphones… and some Legos.
These fan-made works ensure that Star Trek keeps journeying on into the unknown.
And it can be yours for a measly hundred bucks. Which is a steal for this amount of awesomeness in plastic brick form.
I’ve never quite understood why football fans don’t name and claim their geekiness.
When you want to know more about The Living Tribunal.
16-bit nostalgia as well as more proof that Flash is becoming increasingly irrelevant and unnecessary in today’s web environment.
I never thought I’d ever want a cookbook, but I want this one.
Discussing ‘Star Trek: Federation’ and ‘Star Trek: Final Frontier.’
Transformers and Thomas the Tank Engine, together at last.