The OCD Nerd News is proud to officially introduce you to Kendra’s other awesome nerd co-writing this awesome Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu video game REVIEW: George Smart III! Welcome to the ONN Writing Team, George! All Because of George! As promised, here is the review you guys and girls have been waiting for, guest written … More POKÉMON: Let’s Go Pikachu
The Slicer was built to map the multidimensional wormholes and black holes in the universe. The crew would and went where no one else dared, as there was no guarantee of ever returning home. … More Alexa Wayne Author of Frankenstein
All we know is that Krypton faced destruction, and that is the reason why Kal-El arrived on Earth. Not much of a backstory aside from his parents trying to save their firstborn. … More Man of Steel Six Years Later Is Krypton That Backwards?
Frankie is a 21st-century computer programmer, turned ufologist when she is approached by the members of the LSS Slicer crew. The starship being commanded by Captain Caldwell. She becomes their most significant asset in the temporal war. … More Frankenstein Book Cover Reveal from the Supra Project
I like to think people come in for the Jason Isaacs pictures and stayed for the love, support, and good laughs. Many of us have met in real life, attended conventions together, or just met for drinks and friendship. … More Team Basement Holds Captain Lorca
The show had impressive acting, good mysteries, and no dull moments. Every single episode was crucial to the next. The mystery remained a secret to the very end. … More One Green Rubber Band One Red
Critics have already chimed in with broadly negative reviews, and ticket sales significantly dropped after the film’s release. But I strongly disagree with the prevailing harsh criticisms. In fact, I’m not sure I saw the same film they did. … More The Path of Empathy in Dark Phoenix
Following observations of a new exoplanet orbiting the star GJ436—30 light years from Earth, astronomers were astonished to conclude that the massive world was composed largely of ice, covered by a thin hydrogen shell. … More Did You Know About Hot Ice?
Again one of the biggest parts of this series that I adore is the depth to these characters that K.A. Applegate puts into them. We get a glimpse into each characters lives and a good bit of relatability to each of them. … More Animorphs Review The Visitor
The biggest key to separating a large asteroid from a dwarf planet is made up of several factors. The first is that an asteroid that is big enough to meet the dwarf planet requirement is not circular as planets normally are. They are often entirely different shapes, and rarely have similarities between them! … More The World of Asteroids
On July 17th, 1987 RoboCop released in the theatres as an R rated movie—however, rated initially as an X movie by Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) due to excessive graphic violence. … More Dead or Alive You Are Coming With Me
K.A. Applegate’s series was an amazing one, and over this series of reviews, I do hope you check the series out for yourself as it is honestly worth it. Until next time readers, enjoy your book and reread an old favorite! … More ANIMORPH SERIES The-In-Depth-Review
A.D. Wayne is hosting a giveaway on her Facebook Page! Come by and see it all before your eyes! It is simple and you might enjoy it! Who doesn’t like a chance to win something! … More Logo Reveal Giveaway!
It wasn’t enough for The Orville show to touch sensitive chords such as racism, sexism takes a significant part in the show and to be honest, I love it. … More The Orville Season 2
What a fun question! You might not be aware of it, but the Pentagon once schooled its Navy officers in all seven Hynek levels. However, have aliens been visiting us? … More Space Time Magazine Interview Author Scott Azmus
A chance that comes along so sparingly that it is truly a venture worth pausing and taking nut a moment not only to muse, nay, to ponder on why you would not wish to partake. … More Naming A Planet
Meteors, also known as shooting stars, are pieces of dust and debris from space that burn up in Earth’s atmosphere, where they can create bright streaks across the night sky. When Earth passes through the dusty trail of a comet or asteroid’s orbit, the many streaks of light in the sky are known as a meteor shower. — Space.com … More Meteors and You
I don’t consider myself a famous science fiction writer. However, the book, Zeeka Chronicles: Revenge of Zeeka did win awards from Readers Favorite and other entities. Reviewers have emphasized its originality, so it is worth reading. … More Space Time Magazine Interview Author Brenda Mohammed
Often when men see women reading, they believe it’s all about romance and no brain or those self-help books. Flash news: This chick doesn’t. I write and read horror, science, science fiction and paranormal. Stereotypes hurt people and even more women who are trying their best to break the mold. … More Writing Sci-Fi When You Have A Vagina
What I liked about it? They never mentioned in the movie that it worked. How? Event Horizon originally aimed for Alpha Centauri, did it go and that’s what is out there, chaos or did it just went to another dimension or mirror universe? … More Event Horizon The Underrated