Geek Lust

Geek Lust

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Get Your Geek On! Unless you're horndog Howard Wolowitz from The Big Bang Theory, the words "geek" and "lust" are seldom found in the same sentence. Until now, bub. Whether it's the most recent tweet from Felicia Day, the newest book from Terry Pratchett, or the latest anything from Joss Whedon, the world is a smoking hot, happening place for Geeks. Geek Lust, a humorous celebration of Geekdom's frenzied desires, heats it up like 1.21 Giga-Suns. It spotlights some of the awesomest real and fictional geeks in history, including Einstein, Madame Curie, Nerdist Chris Hardwick, and Steve Urkel (!); features classic science fiction and horror stories; the greatest experiences to have playing video games; gadgets gone wild; various top lists such as the hottest cryptids; and things from Star Wars that could be euphemisms for your genitals. If you yearn for time travel, robotics and cloning; if Kirk still captains your imagination; and if, when all is said and done, you still can't decide between Linda Carter's Wonder Woman or Lucy Lawless's Xena, Warrior Princess, welcome to Geek Lust. And by the way, is it hot in here or did the next-generation iPhone just drop?

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  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 150 x 226 x 18mm | 320g
  • F&W Publications Inc
  • OhioUnited States
  • English
  • 100
  • 144023860X
  • 9781440238604
  • 435,514

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About Alex Langley

Alex Langley is co-creator of, where he discusses all areas of geekdom, from video games to comics to movies and more. He has over 21,000 followers on Twitter. He is also head of editing and coordinating articles for Action Flick Chick Katrina Hill at her website,, and has been a speaker and presenter at conventions such as Wonder-Con and San-Diego Comic-Con International. He also has a master's of science in psychology from the University of North Texas, and wrote his master's thesis around the topic of video game addiction.

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