Before the first Thor movie had been released, I never had any interest in the character. I had seen him in cartoons as a child, and I had come across the Norse god in history class, but neither truly appealed to me. After actually sitting down and watching that first movie, and then Avengers, I […]
Lonelytrooper decides that becoming a pilot will put him on the fast track to a black suit. He is here to tell you about his new job.
TK422′s hard work finally pays off as he gets promoted and gets assigned to “Big-D.”
Lonely trooper survived his accident at the Cantina and things are actually looking up for him…sort of.
Matt Smith started filming his last episode on Sunday, September 8. The cast returned to Cardiff on Friday for a read through of Moffat’s script for the Christmas special, with the BBC sharing a picture of Smith on their blog. Smith confirmed in an interview that he would be wearing a wig for the filming, […]
Today, we take a look at the third installment in Vin Diesel’s sci-fi franchise. Not a perfect film, but not exactly horrible either.
Yeah, that headline is a doozy, but strap in. This is big. George Orwell is commonly attributed as being the pioneer of dystopian fiction. If a piece of fiction is dreary, featuring totalitarian omnipotencies and automaton people, it’s described as “Orwellian.” However, very few people know that Nineteen Eighty Four, arguably Orwell’s most famous work, is based very […]
We all have to pay our dues to get ahead in life and Lonelytrooper is no different. Check out his latest vlog from the biggest ball of sand in the universe.
The goal of Nerdy Academia is to encourage, and provide examples of, close readings and academic-style analyses of nerdy works. There’s a billion essays about War And Peace out there but a scant few about fun things like nerdy fiction. I want to examine science fiction, fantasy, comics, video games, etc. just like I would […]