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Woman Seeks Robb Stark Look-Alike for Targaryen/Stark Merger


Woman Seeks Robb Stark Look-Alike for Targaryen/Stark Merger

MTV Geek brings us this most unusual story: A New Orleans woman with her own replica of the Iron Throne (it’s around $30K, so that’s not peanuts), is now hoping to – um – break it in with one lucky (?) Robb Stark lookalike. In an ad at Craigslist, the mystery woman lays out a [...]

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Krewe of Morpheus Brings the Power of the Dark Side to Mardi Gras


Greetings from Mardi Gras, Suvudu dolls! I’m knee-deep in beads and consuming all the seafood and brew I can get, but I’m still looking out for the coolest in geekery I can find in the Crescent City.image

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Guest Essay: Moira Crone, Author, ‘The Not Yet’


crone-_smaller_23-330-exp My novel, The Not Yet, is set in 2121. The U.S. has shrunken, become the United Authority. States along the Gulf Coast and the Pacific Rim have been cut away—-too many disasters, too hard to govern. The elite Heirs, who run the Authority for themselves, live hundreds of years on nearly foolproof life-extension programs. Their upkeep absorbs all the economy’s resources. The poor eek out a narrow, illegal existence, working as slaves or performers, or hang on in restricted tribes called Enclaves.

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Five Years of Katrina and an interview with Josh Neufeld


Five Years of Katrina and an interview with Josh Neufeld

It will be five years this Sunday that Hurricane Katrina swept New Orleans. Josh Neufeld, author of A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge, took a break from his latest project to answer some questions for us. Josh talked about his experience as a Red Cross volunteer in Katrina’s aftermath, the difference between webcomics and their paper counterparts, and his main artistic influences.

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