Geek Culture sites are primarily focused upon the community, subculture, or group defined by a shared interest or background in "geeky" or "nerdy" topics such as video games, superheroes, technology, popular culture, and so on.
Shopping , Geek
Selling geek t-shirts, mugs, ties, high caffeine products, and many other gifts for programmers, linux hackers, and open source geeks. ThinkGeek is an American online retailer that caters to computer enthusiasts and other "geeky" social groups. Their merchandise includes clothing, electronic and scientific gadgets, unusual computer peripherals, office toys, pet toys, child toys, and caffeinated drinks and candy. ThinkGeek was founded in 1999, is based in Fairfax, Virginia, and is owned by Gee...
News , Geek
[Geeks are Sexy], which was originally a personal project of a Canadian system administrator, was launched in October 2005 on a free Blogspot account. A little more than a year later, the site became too big to be effectively managed and exploited on the blogger platform. The [GAS] team then decided that it would be better to move everything to a more serious blogging solution (WordPress) on a paid hosting service. The mission of [GAS] is simple: Providing up to the minute tech. news, reviews...
Comics , Geek
Marvel Worldwide Inc., commonly referred to as Marvel Comics and formerly Marvel Publishing, Inc. and Marvel Comics Group, is an American publisher of comic books and related media. In 2009, The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Worldwide's parent company. Marvel started in 1939 as Timely Publications, and by the early 1950s had generally become known as Atlas Comics. Marvel's modern incarnation dates from 1961, the year that the company launched The Fantastic Four...
Geek , News
In February 2005, co-publishers Empress Eve and Dave3 launched Geeks of Doom with the goal of bringing geeky entertainment news and features to the masses and to create a haven where the independent geek could voice his/her opinion. GoD has the inside skinny on the latest geek-related news, comic book, movie, video game, and music reviews, as well as interviews with industry geeks, contests, and giveaways, and articles about everything else that shines under our geeky sun.
Geek , Women
The Mary Sue hopes to be a place for two things: highlighting women in the geek world, and providing a prominent place for the voices of geek women. Because all we really want is to just be able to geek out with all geeks, of any gender, without feeling like our femininity is front and center for scrutinization. To not feel like we have to work harder than guys to prove that we're genuinely into geek culture. We want simple things, like to be able to visit a comic book store without feeling o...
Geek , Podcasts
Nerdist Industries was founded as a sole podcast (The Nerdist Podcast) created by Chris Hardwick, but later spread to include a network of podcasts, a premium content YouTube channel, a news division (Nerdist News), and a television version of the original podcast produced by and aired on BBC America. Nerdist Industries was first officially formed after Hardwick and Peter Levin (GeekChicDaily) merged their podcasts into Nerdist Industries, after which GeekChicDaily was rebranded Nerdist News....
Comedy , Geek
When your universe collapses, call upon a certain Sith Lord to express your disdain for the plebs of this galaxy. With limited use of the force, push the orange button to release your anger and fix your energy field. I’ll dispense with the pleasantries - do it now, for it is your destiny. This app is brought to you by Master Scott Stratten at UnMarketing.com.
Technology , Geek
Gizmodo is a design and technology blog. It is part of the Gawker Media network run by Nick Denton and runs on the Kinja platform. The blog, launched in 2002, was originally edited by Peter Rojas, but he was recruited by Weblogs, Inc. to launch their similar technology blog Engadget. By mid-2004, Gizmodo and Gawker together were bringing in revenue of approximately $6,500 per month.
Webseries , Geek
VlogBrothers is a video blog style channel on YouTube. The Internet-based show is created and hosted by brothers, John Green and Hank Green. The first incarnation of the brothers' online broadcasting was the "Brotherhood 2.0" project, preceding the establishment of the pair's regular vlogging activity through the Vlogbrothers channel. The Greens state that their vlog has no consistent format: "Really, it's not about anything in particular. Whether we're talking about our lives, making each...
Geek , Entertainment
Geek & Sundry is a commercial YouTube Channel and multimedia production company. It was launched on April 2, 2012 by actress Felicia Day with Kim Evey and Sheri Bryant as part of YouTube's 100 million dollar original channel initiative. In June 2012, Forbes Magazine suggested that "if successful, it could help blaze a trail for the future of network television." The channel was originally based around three unscripted programs produced by Day: The Flog (hosted by Day), Sword & Laser (hosted b...
The Mysterious Package Company tvanstee
Very intriguing website with a gorgeous design animated video at the top, a pleasantly minimal beautiful layout and buttons.
The font face is also pleasant to look at and the site overall looks clean and is very user friendly and is genuinely fun to explore. The concept itself is v...