Monthly Archives: December 2012

Star Trek’s Central Myth Problem

Liam goes where no man has gone before… in this shocking and slightly offensive analysis of Star Trek….

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The Hobbit, Sucking and Sub-text

The web is speaking: The snoring glory of 9 hour-action scenes of fantasy creatures groaning, hacking and dying has at last worn off… no longer enthralled by the CGI ‘magic’ of Orcs and walking trees, the nerd armies are ready … Continue reading

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Official Stories Media Kit

Official Stories by Liam Scheff © 2012, 2013 Title: Official Stories – Counter-Arguments for a Culture in Need Tagline: “Official Stories Exist to Protect Officials” “Official stories exist to protect officials.” With the opening line as our guide, we pry … Continue reading

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Zach Snyder’s “Superman” – New Trailer Review

 – You’re too super! by SCV Taylor I have always connected with “Superman” from my childhood and have enjoyed the various incarnations of the story from the golly-gee-whiz of the black and white serial with George Reeves, to the definitive … Continue reading

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Name Your Nerd-Poison

Star Wars or Star Trek? Name your poison. And why? S74 will be back with a myth-cracking essay on what lies beneath them both…but in the meantime – what’s your favorite?

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Seven Predictions About the New Star Trek Movie

by Liam Scheff North American, Asian and European “Malenerds” woke with hopeful erections yesterday, ran to their computers, and were rewarded by a 1-minute preview trailer for the ‘new’ Star Trek movie, again directed by J.J. “everybody’s dead already, nothing … Continue reading

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The “Comic Booking” of America

Someinteresting thoughts on iFanboy, here’s a clip: A neutron bomb fell on the internet last week when it was announced that Lucasfilm had been sold to Disney, just like Pixar and Marvel and the Muppets and everything else I’ve ever … Continue reading

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