Tagged Firefly

Browncoats, Unite! Adventures in the ’Verse Continue with Serenity Comics

Browncoats, take heed! The adventures of Captain Mal and the crew of Serenity continue, and they come in the form of comics from Dark Horse. The latest run, No Power in the ’Verse, hit comic shops between October 2016 and March 2017, and you can now pick up all of its issues in one hardcover collection. Like many in the ’verse, I miss Firefly. I miss Captain Malcolm Reynolds and his trusty crew of freedom fighting misfits, and more than...

How Does Your Geek Garden Grow?

Spring has officially sprung with its moody temperature changes and hordes of people desperate to get out of their houses after a long winter. Now that the harsh cold has passed, people are turning their attention to their gardens and other outdoor areas of their homes. Hopefully, one of these items will catch your fancy and give you something on which to spend your hard-earned pennies. So get out there and geek up your garden! Doesn’t it deserve it?...

10 Geeky Holiday Crafts to Deck Your Halls with Awesome

Normally, you see holiday posts closer to, well, the holidays. Most people find the sight of festive décor before Thanksgiving nauseating (and in spirit, I’m right there with you). But if you’re a crafty geek, you can’t wait until December to start thinking about the holiday crafts—most crafty genius takes time to create! And these crafts that I’ve rounded up from the far corners of the Internet are genius, in my own humble opinion, and worth planning to spend time...

“This Land” Fake Moss Terrarium

In October I was given a large glass vase. It is almost a complete sphere with a small opening on top. When I first saw the vase, ideas started popping up and swimming in my brain. I’m addicted to Pinterest and have seen the terrariums all over the site. The shady miniature landscaping caught my eye immediately. What you could do with some moss from outside, a few tools and some miniature figures was outstanding. I had recently seen...

Weirdo to Watch: Andrew Troth, Comic-Book-Slinging Theater Geek

Andrew Troth lives a life many geeks dream of: he helps run a successful theater company, the Chameleon Theatre Circle, and is the owner of a comic-book store, Mind’s Eye Comics. I recently talked with Andrew about his good fortunes, the metro-area suburbs, and all manner of geekiness. Duck Washington (TCG): What does the word “geek” mean to you? Andrew Troth: These days it has a very positive connotation for me. A geek is a person who is heavily...

Weirdo to Watch: Tim Wick, Geek Performer Extraordinaire

I had the honor of sitting down with local geek Tim Wick to talk about comedy, music, science fiction, and all things geek. Tim is a founding member of the Dregs, Vilification Tennis, the Geeks without God podcast, Fearless Comedy Productions, and the Pet Snake Reggie film blog. Here’s what he had to share. Duck Washington (TCG): What does the word geek mean to you? Tim Wick: We actually had a very long debate about this on a car ride to Duluth...
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