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Den Of Geek Book Club: Adventures With The Wife In Space

Aliya Whiteley Feature Jan 15, 2015

Doctor Who fan Neil Perryman introduced his Who-virgin wife to every episode, and Adventures With The Wife In Space is the result...

19 new comic book TV shows airing in 2015 and beyond

Rob Leane Feature Jan 13, 2015

Daredevil, Preacher, Supergirl... Lost track of the zillions of comic book shows to grace our televisions from 2015? Here's our cheat sheet.

Den Of Geek Book Club: The Paper Magician

Kaci Ferrell Feature Jan 5, 2015

Fantasy YA novel The Paper Magician is strong in ideas but less so in execution. Welcome to this month's fiction book club selection...

Den Of Geek’s top books of 2014

Den Of Geek Feature Dec 23, 2014

As nominated by our writers, here are the books of 2014 we can’t recommend highly enough…

Marvel's cinematic universe: the most underused characters

James Hunt Feature Dec 19, 2014

The expanding Marvel cinematic universe has brought loads of beloved characters to life, but some just don't get enough screentime

Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2 questions answered

James Hunt Feature Dec 11, 2014

Skye? Daisy? Raina? Trip? The Obelisk? Has the Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.mid-season finale left you with questions? James has the answers...

John Cleese interview: Clockwise, Muppets, writing, stand-up

Simon Brew Feature Dec 10, 2014

Chatting about writing, The Muppets, DreamWorks, Clockwise and Charles Crichton, all with Mr John Cleese...

How could The Hunger Games movie series be expanded?

Amanda Keats Feature Dec 5, 2014

Plans are apparently afoot for more The Hunger Games movies after Mockingjay - Part 2 hits cinemas in 2015. But where next can the story go?

Rollerball: the Hunger Games of the mid-1970s

Ryan Lambie Feature Dec 2, 2014

Years before The Hunger Games, Rollerball introduced its own form of televised combat. Ryan compares their dystopian futures...

Book to movie adaptation amendments that make sense

Amanda Keats Feature Nov 28, 2014

Watching your favourite book get made into a movie can be a nail-biting experience, but sometimes, the changes actually work...

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