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  • The Geekly, PGM’s weekly report of cool things! (7/10/13)

    Welcome to another edition of the Geekly, PGM’s weekly list of the geekiest things on the Internet! This week, I mostly talk about books, so I hope you’re ready to drop some dough on sweet digital reading!

    But first, you need to see Console Wars: The Musical, a West Side Story-inspired video about the arguments over the newest consoles. Some of you will be pleasantly surprised by how it ends.

    For those of you who want to spice up your Cards Against Humanity games, there’s the ridiculous Crabs Adjust Humidity, an unlicensed expansion that has some great cards in it. I mean, I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to say “Bronies” and was held back!

    The greatest thing I have ever seen is the Question Block Lamp Kickstarter, which I am definitely buying for my new apartment. Seriously, you need to get this, because of reasons!

    Another great Kickstarter that will tickle your 8-bit sentiments is Nerdy Candles for Nerds. If I was a candle person, I would be all over those Pokeball candles!

    These incredible State of Alarm Collectible Figures are gorgeous, and I would really love to add those to my new apartment, too. The hats, the coats, the masks… everything about these figures is so ominous and beautiful.

    And finally, what you’ve been waiting for – the books! This week’s Humble Bundle is definitely aimed at geeky book readers, with Boneshaker by Cherie Priest, The Last Unicorn by Peter Beagle, and Just A Geek by everyone’s favorite Wil Wheaton. Also incredible is the new Story Bundle, which includes a previously unpublished book by Frank Herbert! It doesn’t get better than that.

    That’s all for this week’s Geekly! Feel free to Tweet at me if you see something you want featured here!


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