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.

52 Stories by Brian

Darwyn Cooke’s Batman Beyond Short Premieres at Wondercon

As you likely already know, 2014 marks the 75th anniversary of Bill Finger and Bob Kane’s original Batman. In the seven plus decades that Batman has patrolled Gotham City he has spanned across nearly every medium out there. From comic ...

Archer Vice: Doctor Krieger’s Super Launch Code

Anyone who has been watching the fifth season of Archer is no doubt a better person for the experience. Archer Vice has given us a plethora of awesome, ranging from the Smokey and the Bandit spoof to Pam’s coke-fueled rage to ...

Die Hard 6: Samuel L. Jackson Back in the Mix?

After the travesty that was the fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise the studio appears to be taking another stab at it. This time, it would seem they want to reunite John McClane with his old pal Zeus Carver for Die Hard 6. Very few ...

The Expendables 3 Trailer Features New (Old) Cast Members

We finally have some footage for The Expendables 3, and it’s full of new old guys. In 2010, Sylvester Stallone got together with some of his best friends and made an action movie called The Expendables. The gimmick of which was that the ...

Stephen King’s Pennywise Could Be Coming to the Big Screen…

Pennywise the Dancing Clown: Nightmare Fuel for a generation… In 1990 Stephen King’s novel It, written just five years earlier, was adapted into a TV mini-series, and for four hours, over the course of two nights in November, ABC ...

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