When it comes to “geek spaces” none is more personal than the screens we toil away on, whether for profession, profit, or passion.Declassify >
Occasionally, I get together with a good friend of mine and we “geek out” for the weekend. And this past weekend was one of those times.
It was filled with movies, conversation, sport, and some gaming. It had it all, and even encompassed a few seasons due to some odd weather, so I’ve decided to recap it.
He came down to visit on Friday night and we knocked out some Science Fiction right off the bat. He hadn’t yet seen Valerian, and I own it, so I introduced it to him. Then on Saturday we saw an early showing of Black Panther.Declassify >
Old School Magic
Remember Duelist the short-lived Wizards of the Coast magazine that was mainly focused on Magic: The Gathering? Yes, back in the day, I was a subscriber. And while the magazine ceases to exist, almost 20 years after it’s demise I feel it’s time to look back.Declassify >
Here’s the thing. Flowers, going out to dinner, cards, and candy are all the cliches for Valentine’s Day that couples get each other.
Now, I’m not saying they’re all bad. But unless those cards are Magic: The Gathering, Pokemon, or Spellfire, it’s not inherently going to be the cards your geek wants to receive.
It’s not bad that you put in some effort, but to go the extra mile, I’m here to help you make it special.Declassify >
Old School Magic
While there are many parts of the game of Magic: The Gathering that I miss and lament in their passing, like Mana burn and the Interrupt cards, what I miss most is playing for ante.Declassify >