Article Archive for Year 2012
What were people reading on Nerdvana over the past year? Here’s a quick look back at some of our most popular content of 2012.
Nerdvana founder Jayson Peters shares some of his favorite stories from 2012.
Disney acquiring Lucasfilm for $4 billion, slates Star Wars Episode 7 for 2015
How can this not be at the top of my list?
Even for a marching …
We lost some great performers, artists and publications this year. This is far from a complete list — just a look at those we covered here on Nerdvana in 2012:
Nintendo Power magazine (1988-2012)
Neil Armstrong (first …
Nerdvana contributor Bob Leeper shares some of his favorite entries from 2012.
15 pop culture milestones marked in 2012
There were so many significant pop culture anniversaries in 2012 it was hard to keep up with them. …
Along with the long-awaited return of the suddenly halted DC Nation superhero programming block including Green Lantern and Young Justice), next Saturday morning — Jan. 5 — will see the return of Star Wars: The …
We did it! We’ve survived the 2012 Mayan apocalypse and everyone is happy to still be here. (Well, unless you were one of those doomsday preppers who dished out $1 million plus for your own private bunker.) But if the world did have to end in 2012 at least we would have left this existence knowing we had enjoyed our final year with some of the best genre movies to have ever been produced.
[LINK] Lightning Octopus: A Brief (But Somewhat Comprehensive) Look Back At Arizona’s 2012 Geek Activity
Fun Find Fridays is my series on the strange comic book related paraphernalia I’ve found at comic book shows, antique shops, swap meets, or buried in my closet.
Fun Find Friday returns with a series celebrating …