Articles by Jayson Peters
Jayson Peters is Nerdvana's creator, evangelist and editor emeritus for life (and beyond). A former East Valley Tribune web editor and news editor, he is now digital media director for The Pueblo Chieftain in Southern Colorado and part-time faculty at Pueblo Community College teaching web design. Before that, he taught Online Media at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, where he also studied journalism.
David Gerrold, who wrote “The Trouble With Tribbles” for the original Star Trek, will be guest of honor at LepreCon, June 25-28 in Phoenix.
Amazing Arizona Comics creator Russ Kazmierczak Jr. presented “Superheroes as Therapy for Reality” at Ignite Phoenix.
Former Star Trek: The Next Generation producer Ronald D. Moore has hauled the famous USS Enterprise starship models out of storage and given them a new home.
Splatoon looks like one of the Wii U’s more innovative recent releases. You could say, it’s … DRIPPING with that old Nintendo charm.
For me, the 1980s He-Man toys from Mattel were just toys, and not my favorite ones either. They had weird squishy heads and their exaggerated physiques made me more than a little uncomfortable. I wasn’t all …
Four cult dedicated to evil elemental powers have infiltrated the North, bringing destruction to the Forgotten Realms.
A New Dawn suffers from the same problem as the other titles in the new Star Wars canon.
Plenty of mayhem and massacres makes Lords of the Sith a virtual novelization for the greatest Star Wars video game never made.
“May the Fourth Be With You” has come to be a rallying cry for Star Wars fans each year.
It looks like EA truly is going for the ultimate Star Wars gaming experience with Battlefront, due out in November.
Meet the new stars, the old stars, the phenomenal new droid, the fan tinkerers who became official Astromech makers and a silent squad of stormtroopers in updated armor.
Han Solo was the star of a new trailer released Thursday for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Lots of reaching for stuff and just general hand action in the new trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens released Thursday at Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim.
And it wasn’t Pasher.