Speak, Nerd, and Enter!

In all the excitement over the new Wonder Woman trailer yesterday I didn’t realize the last Speak, Nerd, and Enter! had rolled off the front page! We’re apparently going to get a Nor’easter, hence my top pic.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the TV show) just celebrated its 20th anniversary. I considered writing something here since the show means a great deal to me but there was just so much content out there already I decided against it. Here’s a mini-tweet storm you can read though, if interested! But also take this:

I finally decided on a decal for my laptop. It’s perfect.

Finished up FX’s Taboo, starring Tom Hardy, the other day. He mostly hurts people, mumbles incoherently like he did in Mad Max: Fury Road, and rocks the 1800s garb.

Folks having a bit of fun with the official Ghost in the Shell meme maker…

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14 Responses to “Speak, Nerd, and Enter!”

  1. […] Earlier this month, Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer celebrated its 20th anniversary and now Entertainment Weekly has brought everyone back for an amazing photo shoot. […]

  2. WheelchairNinja says:

    Warning: 4 AM angry nerd rant incoming

    FRAKKING DANG IT ALL!!! I’ve been waiting months and months for the comic-con that’s TWO DAYS FROM NOW because Jamie Murray, aka HG Wells from Warehouse 13—one of my all-time favorite shows—was going to be there. And now, TWO DAYS BEFORE I WAS GOING TO THE CON, she drops out. I had costumes and props planned for me and my friend for when we got our picture taken with her and I picked out what I wanted her to sign and EVERYTHING! Thankfully I don’t buy the actual tickets until the night before a con starts just to be safe, otherwise I’d be out a ton on autograph and photo op expense. THIS SAME THING has happened when I got all excited about getting to meet Stan Lee (who I finally did meet when he attended the same con the following year) and John Ostrander!

    Maybe I should just stop getting excited about meeting cool people, but I just can’t help it when the con’s guest page says “Hey, you know that person you love? They’re going to be within driving distance, and for a small fee you can meet them, and even get their autograph and take a photo with them!” Dang you, tricksy con website guest page—you know the way straight to my wallet heart.

  3. It’s been so long since I read American Gods that I forgot his name was Shadow Moon.

    That was so much easier to accept when I was 14.

  4. Zatar says:




    • VindicaSean says:

      I wanted to like this movie so much more than I wound up liking it. It was fun, but it was just short of being great.

  5. VindicaSean says:

    This literally just came across my Twitter feed, and I can’t think of a better place to share it. https://twitter.com/kyleisez/status/841023308602707971