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‘Star Trek,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Ghostbusters,’ ‘Doctor Who’ Fan Communities Among Those Set To Add Fun To Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con

Cosplayers, Conventions Lead Organizations At New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, Friday Through Sunday

NEW YORK and NEW ORLEANS, November 27, 2012
– Fan communities representing the most fervent followers of blockbuster franchises like “Star Trek,” “Star Wars,” “Ghostbusters” and “Doctor Who” are among the groups that attendees will see roaming the Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con floor, Friday through Sunday at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.  Cosplayers from these groups love to interact with fans, adding another level of fun and in many cases raising money for charity.

Some organizations that fans will enjoy meeting include:

Adventure League of GEARS, a family-friendly Steampunk Performance Group based out of New Orleans, and a fan and...

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Geek-o-Rama’s Geeky Gift Guide

Over the next 6 weeks, some of our favorite Geek-o-Rama contributors will be sharing pieces of their Christmas wish lists with all of you. Not sure what your favorite geek wants? Hopefully this will help give you some ideas. Up first? Justin!

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Are you a geek? Do you have geeks in your life and you wonder what you can possibly get such odd people for the holidays? Look no further! Here are my suggestions for 5 gifts you or your geek might enjoy.

Item 1: I’m a big fan of Dr. Who and especially of the bad guys. One of the finest of his reoccurring bad guys are the cybermen and their repeated refrain of DELETE! What better gift for your geek than a CTL-ALT-CYBERMAN t-shirt?  Available from ThinkGeek for about $20.

Item 2: What better way to mix Dr...

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Fan Communities Come to Austin

More Than 20 Fan Communities To Show Their Stuff at 2012 Wizard World Austin Comic Con
‘Star Trek,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Doctor Who,’ ‘Ghostbusters’ Clubs, Podcast, Children’s Museum Among Top Organizations At Austin Convention Center, October 26-28

NEW YORK and AUSTIN, Texas, October 15, 2012 – Attendees at this month’s Wizard World Austin Comic Con, on their way to visiting celebrities, artists, exhibitors and other attractions, will likely run into more than a few members of the more than 20 fan communities setting up on and roaming the Austin Convention Center floor, Oct. 26-28.  Groups displaying their affinity for such staples as Star Wars, “Star Trek,” Ghostbusters, “Doctor Who,” charities, themed podcasters and other non-profit organizations will be on hand, greatly enhancing the f...

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Star Trek/Doctor Who #1-5

The two greatest science-fiction properties of all time cross over for the first time in history! When the Federation’s most terrifying enemy strikes an unholy alliance with one of the Doctor’s most hated antagonists, the result is devastation on a cosmic scale! Spanning the ends of space and time itself, Captain Jean-Luc Picard and the crew of the USS Enterprise find themselves joining forces with the time-travelling Doctor and his companions, with the fate of the galaxy hanging in the balance!

The Good
The Crossover/history – I’m not a Star Trek fan, probably never will be, but even I got excited when I 1st heard about this almost 9 months ago.  For avid SciFi fans, the idea of this crossover is close to epic.

With each having been around for such a long time, it is hard to believe t...

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The Angels Take Manhattan – My Own Perspective

September 7th, 2011 was the very 1st time I met the Doctor- thank you Netflix for keeping such good records. A dark time in my life: my wife had left me, I was jobless, money almost out, and friends were leaving me faster than I could realize. Worst that my life had ever been. The only thing that kept me going was the desire to not allow my kids to suffer. I really had nothing going on for me. Then I met the Doctor.

It was a salvation by any means but it was the 1st thing that actually made me laugh a real laugh and to want to sit and think about it. Up until I caught up in the current series, which took an entire month, it was just a good show with no emotional attachment to any companions or even Doctors. I didn’t cry when anyone left- even Martha who may still be my favorite...

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