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We’re Giving Away Two Sets of ReBoot Season 1 & 2 DVDs
Remember ReBoot? That awesome Saturday morning cartoon show about the world within computers? You know, the one that made history because it was the first half-hour fully computer-animated television series? Remember how it was actually good, even including the horrifying series ending? Well, if you don't remember, or want to brush up on your ReBoot, the fine folks over at Shout! Factory supplied us with two sets of ReBoot Season 1 & 2 DVDs to give away to you, our loyal, obviously attractive readers, but there's a catch: The world of Mainframe was filled with physical manifestations of the bits and bobs within a computer. For instance, Bob is a Guardian, which basically translates to the system's antivirus or maintenance tool. Ray Tracer is a fella who surfed around the Net and the Web on a floating surf board, which translates to a search engine. So, if you want to win a totally alpha numeric ReBoot Season 1 & 2 DVD set, here's what you must do: How to Enter to Win: Create one character or place with a modern day computing staple and tell us how it'd fit into the world of ReBoot. What kind of person would Twitter, Facebook or Photoshop be? Would Foursquare be a villain? Would free-to-play MMOs be a slum? Would memes be fast food chains? Send us a few sentences following the above guidelines, we'll judge using our very advanced system of metrics and submetrics, and hopefully, you'll win! Post your entries on our Facebook page, pray to Phong and hope for the best.Read on...
Win a Copy of Cowboys & Aliens Signed by Series Creator Scott Rosenberg
Well, this is pretty awesome: Platinum Studios, the comics-to-film company behind the adaptation of Cowboys and Aliens, has sweetened the pot on our giveaway by offering a copy of Cowboys & Aliens signed by series creator Scott Rosenberg as a grand prize for one lucky winner. Go to cowboysandaliens.com for official news and fan info on the film, and also check out Platinum Studios on Facebook and Twitter. Everyone who has applied up to this point is eligible; if you haven't applied yet, the contest deadline is 2/28. Details here. Platinum Studios, creators of graphic novels, comic books, and pioneers of digital comic book distribution, have recently shifted their focus towards movies with the upcoming Cowboys and Aliens, as well as Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, starring Brandon Routh. The Platinum ethos: 'comics can fuel media anywhere and everywhere.'Read on...
Giveaway: Cowboys & Aliens Comics
Friends, we here at Geekosystem believe in sharing the love. That's why we're giving away five copies of the Cowboys and Aliens comic book that inspired the movie to you, our gentle readers. But if you want one of these handsome hardbacks, you're going to have to fight for it. Update, 2/25: Well, this is pretty awesome: Platinum Studios, the comics-to-film company behind the adaptation of Cowboys and Aliens, has sweetened the pot on our giveaway by offering a copy of Cowboys & Aliens signed by series creator Scott Rosenberg as a grand prize for one lucky winner. Go to cowboysandaliens.com for official news and fan info on the film, and also check out Platinum Studios on Facebook and Twitter. Everyone who has applied up to this point is eligible; if you haven't applied yet, the contest deadline is 2/28. The game is simple. Head over to our Facebook page and tell us what improbable but awesome match-up you'd like to see made into a movie. The possibilities are limitless:
- Robots and samurai
- Zombies and basilisks
- Mega Shark and Giant Octopus vs. Sharktopus
- Godzilla and my kitchen radiator
- Sherlock Holmes and the 1999 Detroit Red Wings
Harry Potter Film Wizardry Review and Giveaway
'Tis the season for giving; and since HarperCollins has furnished us with no less than five copies of Harry Potter: Film Wizardry, their retrospective viewbook on 6/7ths of the Harry Potter movies; we'll be passing them along to you. If you can gives us a sentence on why you should teach Defense of the Dark Arts, you might be getting a really beautiful book, that is full of other, smaller, beautiful books. More details after the jump.Read on...
Introducing: The Bing Search Box [Sponsored Content]
Geekosystem readers may have noticed that beginning today, a Bing search box now appears at the bottom of each post. What is it, exactly?
Here's the deal: After Geekosystem's crackerjack reports on, say, robots, World of Warcraft, or Rickrolling pranks have fired up your interests in those subjects, you can use the Bing tool to search for more. Depending on what you're looking for, you can toggle between video, web, and image search, allowing you to take advantage of Bing's nifty multimedia search as well as more traditional web search.
Please try it out!Read on...