Geek Magazine #3 – Nathan Fillion
Geek #3 hits the newsstands October 8th and it’s the first split cover we’ve ever offered. So who better to grace those covers than geek god Nathan Fillion? Which one will you choose when you find them on store shelves? Cast your vote above.
If your store doesn’t carry Geek, ask them to pick it up. And if they tell you they’ve already sold out, tell them to order more!
And while a magazine all about Nathan would be fun, this issue is about more than just our beloved Captain Tightpants.
Here’s what you’ll find inside issue #3, on newsstands October 9th, 2012.
Our Kind of Hero
Fan god Nathan Fillion comes clean about his hardcore geek cred and why he wants to wear William Katt’s cape.
The New Bond adventure Skyfall marks 50 years of 007 — and yet another new beginning.
Back to His Roots
Tim Burton returns to animation with the stop-motion tale Frankenweenie.
The Man Who Would Be Wilfred
Series co-creator and accidental actor Jason Gann is just the man in a dog suit.
X Marks the Future
Dr. Peter H. Diamandis and the X Prize Foundation are changing the world, one multi-million dollar competition at a time.
Twilight’s Last Gleaming
Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg reveals all things Bella and Edward, and how helping to create one of fantasy’s most popular film series opened her eyes.
Ghibli’s Greatest Hits
A theatrical retrospective revives the Japanese studio’s adored anime classics.
Developments in science and technology, featuring the search for black holes, Egyptian artifacts in 3D, jellyfish aliens and a message from Mars.
Essential collectibles and toys, featuring an amazing Blade Runner blimp and a giant new Enterprise.
Music previews and interviews with Amanda Palmer, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Benjamin Gibbard and The Silversun Pickups.
All that’s fit to print, with home-built weapons courtesy of “Backyard Ballistics” author William Gurstelle, Jedi baking tips and upcoming comics.
Gaming previews and news on The Last of Us, the Tomb Raider reboot, Resident Evil 6 and the eye-popping Unreal Engine 4.
Televisual goodness, with Alison Brie of Community and Mad Men, plus previews of upcoming new shows.
Now playing at your house, featuring the new horror label Scream Factory, Lawrence of Arabia on Blu and holiday picks.
The latest home video, music, games, books and more, including the apps Gunman Clive, The Amazing Spider-Man, Inappropriate Llama Disaster!, Metal Slug 3, Plague Inc. , Video Time Machine and Localscope, as well as the games Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Halo 4, Assassins Creed III and Dishonored.