1995 had seen the Legendary Pink Dots quit their record company, re-join their record company and ultimately start their own record company.
If you’ve spent any time talking about geek culture, you’ve probably seen one word come up over and over again: gatekeeper.
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As the world looks grimmer and grimmer, Millennials and Gen Xers retreat deeper and deeper into childhood nostalgia.
Cultural criticism has always been an essential part of our media ecosystem, especially when it comes to geek culture. But is any of this really meaningful, or is it just another part of the big corporate content marketing machine?