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News & culture magazine, community hub & more for Geeks in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area of Minnesota!
News & culture magazine, community hub & more for Geeks in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area of Minnesota!

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Curious about Overlord? Already saw it and loved it? Either way, we have the giveaway for you!

With only hours until D-Day, a team of American paratroopers drop into Nazi-occupied France to carry out a mission that’s crucial to the invasion’s success. Tasked with destroying a radio transmitter atop a fortified church, the desperate soldiers join…
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This intriguing sci-fi show with two Harry Potter alumni hits YouTube Premium on November 14.

I recently had the chance to screen the first two episodes of YouTube Premium’s new series, Origin, premiering on November 14, 2018. With producers from Lost and The Crown and some recognizable actors, I figured that the show at least had some credibility…
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A gorgeous anime about figure skating that also features a gay romance? Count us in!

It’s always an unpredictable experience jumping into a mainstream anime series you’ve heard a lot about. By the time you sit down to watch it, you’ve probably heard so much about it that it’s hard to know what to expect, or even to be able to predict…
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Party it up at the MarsCon Masquarade Ball, test your tabletop mettle at the Renegade Open, and riff movies with the MST3K Mads!

Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday, November 12th to Sunday, November 18th. Creative Night What: Arts, Community When: Monday, November 12th at 6:30 p.m. Where: Event…
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Overlord is both a zombie flick and a World War II drama—and it does right by both genres.

If you told me a year ago that I would be walking through the rain to see a late-night screening of a World War II zombie movie, I would scoffed and gone back to researching New Zealand immigration laws. Things change, of course, and the great thing about…
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Are you ready to #GiveTCG? The 4th annual Twin Cities Geek Holiday Toy & Book Drive is here, and there are 43 awesome businesses participating throughout the metro!

It’s that time of year again, geeks! Last year’s Twin Cities Geek Holiday Toy & Book Drive was a huge success—we set a new record by collecting over 4,900 donations of games, toys, books, and other items for deserving recipients! This year, with even more…
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“Noises Off is one of the most laugh-out-loud plays imaginable, and Meredith McDonough, the actors, and the Guthrie certainly do it justice. Do yourself a favor and go see it as soon as you can.”

It is said that theater is the result of a series of happy accidents magically culminating in a successful show. While that criminally understates the efforts of a staggering number of people—most of whom never even get the satisfaction of taking a bow…
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In My Own Devices, Dessa shares her experiences on tour, her work with Lin-Manuel Miranda, and how she channels heartache into her art.

Dessa’s book My Own Devices has been towards the top of my list of books I have been most excited for this year. Dessa is best known as a rapper and a singer. Not only did she grow up in Minneapolis, she started her music career with Doomtree, a hip-hop…
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If Marvel Knights, Wet Hot American Summer, or the painterly art of Tony Sandoval is up your alley, this week's new comics are for you. #NCBD

Here are the new books I’m looking forward to seeing at my local comic store the week of November 7, 2018. Marvel Knights 20th Publisher: Marvel Words/Story: Donny Cates, Matthew Rosenberg, and Vita Ayala (issues 1–6) Art/Colors: Travel Foreman, Niko…
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