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In the fall of 1987 a six-year-old boy sat down with his family to watch the premiere episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. For seven seasons, 178 episodes, 4 feature films, and countless adventures through the stars, Captain Jean-Luc Picard was my guide through the perils and pitfalls of human existence, the success of diversity, and the basic understanding of right and wrong. Sure, Sisko, Janeway, Archer, Kirk, and Star Trek: Discovery‘s Michael Burnham continued...


While I’ve never been a huge Teen Titans fan, I’m more of Justice League Unlimited guy, I do appreciate the humor and whim of Teen Titans Go. Now, it’s no Teen Titans animated or even Young Justice, as my fellow DC fanatic friends tell me, but I’ve enjoyed every episode I’ve stumbled across. The show mocks everything, including itself. And the full length feature film has already given us a glimpse at it’s irreverent treatment...

Geeky a Go Go

Geeky a Go Go was the brain child of Anthony Pizzuto, and was really just a way for him to become a "micro influencer" and a way to boost his ego. It has since grown into a multi-headed alien from the Outer Rim - nowhere near as cool as The Nerdist, but pretty damn close.


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