beloved characters

Ask A Geek Anything, Volume 23

Ask A Geek Anything, Volume 23

Good morning, and welcome to Ask a Geek Anything volume 23 The spot on the internet where, as old as we are, we won’t tell you to “get off our lawn”, nor will we sick the old security system above on you.  Periodically instead of having a couple of our staff answer a couple different […]

Ask A Geek Anything, Issue Eight

Ask A Geek Anything, Issue Eight

Good morning, and Welcome to Ask A Geek Anything Issue Eight, This one’s sure to get us Axed in Anaheim, and probably gutted in Gallifrey.  Our super special guest from last week, Declan Finn is such a glutton for punishment that he’s decided to sign on as a regular contributor, so with no further adieu […]

Ask A Geek Anything, Issue Seven

Ask A Geek Anything, Issue Seven

Good afternoon, and welcome to Ask a Geek Anything. Lucky number seven is an explosive issue!  Here we answer all those questions to avoid getting woodchipped in Wisconsin. Today, we bring in a super nerdy special guest with plenty of comic book experience: Declan Finn. The question comes to us  from Ida Nno: Who would win […]

Salvaging Science Fiction

Hi. My name is Lloyd and I’ve got a secret. I write science fiction. Hardly surprising in a place named Otherwhere Gazette, no? But according to the whims of culture, I shouldn’t. Hell, according to the whims of culture, I should at worst have peaked in high school and still be living that dream. That […]

Why I read

Yesterday, our Kris Keldaran penned”Why I Write“. That started me thinking about why I write and why I read. Both have been an integral part of my life for as long as I can remember. I was fortunate to grow up in a household where both parents not only enjoyed reading but valued it. Mom […]

Good bye Mr. Spock

I was heavy-hearted Friday when I learned of the passing of Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek’s beloved Mr. Spock. I became a fan of the series in the 1970s watching syndicated reruns with my dad. Spock was instantly my favorite character. His cool reserve, his intelligence and, as I got older, the sly humor of his […]

Live Long . . .

Doug Irvin/Contributor Leonard Nimoy, one of my heroes from childhood, is dead. The roles he played as an actor were formative to not only myself, but millions. At the beginning of the 21st Century, there were two notable characters known around the world. One, of course, was Shirley Temple. The other was Leonard Nimoy – […]