Geek Speak magazine Issue 6 now available

Rachel Hyland from Geek Speak recently joined the SF-Fandom forums and has been participating in our discussions. She also just announced that Geek Speak Magazine Issue 6 is out. Here is a rundown of what you can find in the magazine:

COMIC-CON CONFESSIONAL – our newest staff member, Cathy Thomson, shares her experiences at 2010’s San Diego Comic-Con…

SO LOST RIGHT NOW – Kate Nagy looks back over six seasons of Lost, wonders why it matters so much and if anything will ever replace it…

A MEETING WITH DESTINY – new convert David Baldwin preaches the gospel of Scott Pilgrim, Canada’s finest contribution to comics since Wolverine…

ZELAZNY ZEALOTRY – In this tribute to a master, distinguished devotees — including best-selling authors David Weber and Steve Miller — sing the praises of Hugo and Nebula Award-winning genre legend Roger Zelazny…

And Our Regular Features….

THE HOLLYWOOD GEEK: A FAR FROM PERFECT STORM – Screenwriter David Rosiak with the terrifying tale of sleepless nights and stressful days all leading to disaster (on NBC).

PROJECT FILM GEEK – One B-movie fan, tired of being mocked for her apparent lack of taste, undertakes a massive course of self-improvement: watching every film ever nominated for a Best Picture Oscar. A new blog, to be updated regularly… First up: 1927-28.

THE TOP 13… SUPERHEROES WITHOUT SUPERPOWERS – They may not have come from another planet or been exposed to toxic radiation, but these heroes can nevertheless get the job done, and often with style.

GEEK VS. GEEK: DC VS Marvel… Movies – The DC VS Marvel comics debate being too overwhelming in scope, two proponents for each side battle it out over the movies made from their respective house’s heroes. DC: Quality Over Quantity VS Marvel: Persistence of Vision.

* Movie reviews of Piranha 3D, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Expendables and Vampires Suck, and our Marathon topic this month is Genre Comedy: check out our thoughts on Army of Darkness, Demolition Man, Galaxy Quest, Sky High, Spaceballs and Teeth.

* TV reviews of True Blood, Eureka and our TV on DVD section topic is Genre Sitcoms. (Ever see Dinosaurs? You should!)

Book reviews of Eoin Colfer’s new Artemis Fowl instalment, Chloe Neill’s latest Chicagoland Vampires novel, Mercedes Lackey’s latest remade fairy tale and the must-read book of the Summer/Winter (depending on where you are in the world), Justin Cronin’s The Passage. Our In the Stacks topic is Genre Humor, featuring Robert Asprin, Terry Pratchett, Christopher Moore and, uh, more.

Also, as always, our comprehensive geek Calendar, and some of the letters we received regarding our last issue. (You love us again! Thank goodness!)

I’m afraid I don’t have the patience to include all her links but just go check it out.


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