Brian Kronner

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Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Brian Kronner led an elite group of nerds into the desert to develop a website known as GRIZZLY BOMB. Pressured to then prove his theories or be labeled a failure, Dr. Kronner ignored reality and stepped into the role as Geek Magazine Web Editor, and gained an unflattering hairline. He later awoke to find himself at a desk, suffering from partial amnesia and facing a mirror image that was surely fatter than his own. Fortunately, contact with his own time was made through brainwave transmissions & Facebook messages to Scooter, who appeared in the form of a bearded, validation fueled hologram that only Kronner could see and hear. Trapped at his desk, Dr. Kronner finds himself leaping from post to post, putting things right, that once went wrong and hoping each time, that his next leap will be the leap to a higher paygrade.

62 Stories by Brian

The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies – Epic New Poster

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is going to be melt your face. The final chapter of the impending Hobbit trilogy is only a few months away, and while the first two movies maybe weren’t quite as epic as their Lord of the Rings ...

Batman Updates: Gotham, Arkham Knight, and Dawn of Justice

It sure is an exciting time to be a Bat-Fan. 2014 marks the 75th anniversary of the caped crusader, and there is no shortage of new projects revolving around the iconic character. From the upcoming show Gotham, which chronicles the city he is ...

Geek Beams Down To Las Vegas For The Official Star Trek Convention

Aliens from a thousand worlds will converge on The Rio Suites Hotel & Convention Center for this year’s annual spectacular Star Trek Vegas Convention from Creation Entertainment. Joining the festivities (July 30-Aug 3) will be Geek Magazine, ...

Legends: Sean Bean Led TNT Show Set to Premiere in August

A new show called Legends, about undercover work, starring Sean Bean. I’m sure this series won’t end with the untimely death of its lead character. That would be getting ahead of ourselves though. Despite starring the ‘Human ...

Geek Celebrates Friday the 13th – Voorhees Style!

Friday the 13th is here again, and for most people with brains as riddled with graphic violence as mine is, that screams ‘Jason Voorhees’. With 32 credits on his IMDb page since 1980, it’s easy to see how he’s become a ...

It’s RoboCop Day! Statue News, Tigers Games, and More!

Back in March of 2011, long before Veronica Mars blew up and made KickStarter a household name, Imagination Station Detroit fulfilled their funding goal by raising $67,436 (with a goal of $50k) for the construction of a RoboCop statue in ...

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