An exciting week in Nerdvana

In case you missed it, on Friday Nerdvana welcomed to its ranks Russ Kazmierczak Jr. of Amazing Arizona Comics fame with an exclusive strip for readers of this blog. (Russ actually had his first post earlier in the week with a quick look at BOOM! Studios’ new Peanuts series and plans to review comic books here as well.)

We also welcomed back a veteran contributor, Valley sci-fi sage Lee Whiteside, with a preview of Saturday night’s author signing for the new Holmesian anthology A Study in Sherlock. ASU video game writer Tom Kuipers got some of you talking with his review of Saints Row: The Third. And recent recruit Stephen Carpenter has been busy covering the tabletop gaming scene, including a look at Magic players’ revolt against a new, more exclusive world championship and a charity Warmachine tournament this Sunday at Gamer’s Inn in Mesa.

Of course, Emily Whitmore and myself are still monitoring the geek wire for the stuff you need to know, and the Nerdvana Calendar is greedily gobbling up intel on the hottest conventions and pop culture events around Arizona.

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Jayson Peters

Digital, social and print media pro. Nerdvana's founder, curator and editor.