Nerdvana’s 13 most popular posts of 2013
What were people reading on Nerdvana over the past year? Here’s a quick look back at some of our most popular content of 2013. Like good little nerds, you had Star Wars, D&D, classic monster-inspired dining and the latest video games on your mind. Come along as we fire up the reblogulator once more …
1. Star Wars Episode VII to focus on one Solo kid and one Solo grandkid; Yoda is a no-go; Zahn back for more?
Contributor Dustin Diehl promises he is totally working his sources to bring you more scoops for the new Star Wars movie. In the meantime, revisit this nugget that set the blogosphere ablaze.
2. D&D Next’s open playtest in final stages; revised game’s release date, actual title become clearer
You followed with interest as we brought you reports of the next edition of the iconic Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. Exhibit B is next…
It’s not LEGO. But it’s close. Except not really.
Much like the Doctor, the Sun Devil regenerated this year. And just like the Doctor, you can’t please everyone.
Everything is totally fine. Don’t panic.
This unique venue had a good, if short, run.
Contributor Christen Bejar compares the next-gen video game consoles.
Party like it’s the End of Time with these tips, good for any Whovian gathering even though the golden anniversary has now passed.
A valiant effort ensued to save Monsterland, but it was not to be.
PANIC! Because I haven’t updated this roundup — and because I haven’t really had to …
What did you learn about the Time Lords of old as we counted down to the clock striking Twelve?
Did anyone see this who didn’t get review passes?
Apparently, you did!
Nerdvana founder Jayson Peters wishes to thank The East Valley Tribune for its continued support of this bloggy little endeavor.