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He might as well have said, “Ahead, warp factor one, Mister Sulu,” so familiar was the voice at the other end of the line. Instead, it was, “Hello, this is Bill Shatner,” a friendly greeting from “Star Trek’s” once and always Capt. James T. Kirk.
This is it people, the long awaited day that Stephanie Meyer’s asinine chronicle of lame vampires, talking CGI werewolves, and the single worst female protagonist in all of fiction comes to a close. While the fandom may live on for decades, at least we’ll never have to suffer through one of these movies again. Of course Meyer’s could always write another novel and cash in. But maybe I’m speaking too soon. Perhaps “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2” will be the rare sequel that finally delivers on all the hype, at the very least working as a light guilty pleasure along the lines of “True Blood.”
This is it people, the long awaited day that Stephanie Meyer’s asinine chronicle of lame vampires, talking CGI werewolves, and the single worst female protagonist in all of fiction comes to a close. While the fandom may live on for decades, at least we’ll never have to suffer through one of these movies again.
Fantasy fashion and Victorian art comes together 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Nov. 9 during Mesa’s 2nd Friday art walk on downtown Mesa’s Main Street.
It’s not just the lightning bolt earrings.
Chandler teenagers who are fans of comic books, Japanese manga and anime, role-playing games and other fantasy and science fiction entertainment are invited to LibCon 2012 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. March 24 at the Chandler Senior Center.
The annual "Furry Tails Can Come True" dinner and auction will be held for Gilbert's Friends for Life Animal Rescue in Tempe Saturday, Feb. 25.
Though self-consciously set in the bicoastal Hollywood axis of New York-Los Angeles, "Friends With Benefits" more properly takes place amid the movie world of romantic comedies.
They call themselves "Dumbledore's Army," in reference to Harry Potter and his friends who battle the "Dark Arts."
When Phoenix Comicon made its move last year from Mesa to downtown Phoenix, the East Valley might have felt left out in the cold when it comes to fandom.
It took just a few seconds of footage — a single trailer, dropped from the heavens with great fanfare — for the hue and cry to rise on Trekmovie.com, the top fan site for J.J. Abrams' new "Star Trek" movie. By the hundreds they weighed in, a contentious cacophony that would have jammed even Lt. Uhura's comms system.
For more than a decade, the Arizona Cardinals said if local taxpayers helped the team to build a new stadium, the Cardinals would start winning football games.
For many East Valley hoops fans, filling out their brackets for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is lacking something special, something that should have been.
A fandom phenomenon that’s near and dear to my heart is the collecting of Star Wars posters and book covers - specifically, when possible, the Japanese versions. OK, so I don’t have any yet but it’s a goal.
So you’re in town for today’s big game? We hope the Valley has been treating you well, because we appreciate you putting fandom ahead of frugality.
July 3, 2004
There’s a segment of the Arizona State fandom so bitterly frustrated about the Sun Devils’ performances in the major sports this past academic term they’d like to clean house.
Someone forgot to tell legendary rock group Kiss that it's better to go out
Now, Kyle Caldwell says, is the time for Arizona State football fans to evaluate him.