fact or fiction

Is it a fact or is it merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the lesser known truths in the geek universe.

Neal Litherland23 days ago
Who Was the Real James Bond?
James Bond 007 is perhaps the most well-known fictional espionage agent in history. The grand-daddy of Jimmy-come-lately characters like Jason Bourne, it's been estimated that over half of the world's...
E.J. Hagadorn3 months ago
The Disappearance of Agatha Christie
By 1926, Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie had already made a name for herself as a mystery writer. Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, featuring Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, had been t...
Christina Brucker3 months ago
Alone on the Throne
I was born in the winter; since then it has been coming. Ever so cunning, it is as quiet as the humming of the drumming hearts. The first chapter of change began with a beheading fit of rage, all on t...
Michael Serrano3 months ago
Jack's Journey
Floating through the void of space in his mind Anime Jack questioned his existence. "Why am I here? What purpose do I serve? Am I destined to be nothing forever?" Countless questions invaded the zone ...
Wesley M3 months ago
Mutants Are Black People, Inhumans Are LGBTQ+
Two groups of characters in Marvel comics perfectly encapsulate the disparity between normal people, Black people, and people of the LGBTQ+ community in America: The Mutants and the Inhumans. In 1963,...
Jilian Woods4 months ago
Four Things You Might Have Gotten Wrong from Gillian Flynn’s ‘Gone Girl’
Gillian Flynn is an accomplished author and some of her works with the most media attention include: Sharp Objects Dark Places Gone Girl It’s that last one that we’re going to look at today. The book ...
Freya Taylor4 months ago
7 Questions You've Definitely Had About 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire'!
The size of the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire book was monumental compared to that of its predecessors. So, how were they going to fit that much detail into a film that wasn't 10 hours long? (Wh...
Elizabeth Mullins4 months ago
Could Newt Be Hagrid's Father?
As I was re-watching Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, it struck me just how similar Hagrid and Newt seem to be. Jacob cowering behind a beaming and reassuring Newt as a massive and seemingly d...
Rowan Marley6 months ago
10 X-Men Movie Fan Theories That Actually Make Sense
Back when I was in college, I had a friend named Sam. Sam was the type of person who really loved to read into comics, cartoons, and books to find secret meanings. Talking to him was always a kick, pr...
SKYLERIZED 7 months ago
We'll Play Games
A simple microphone and monitors represented the low-budget, but high quality feel of the podcast. Kilmer Tunn’s voice serenaded the corners of the internet with his show, “Tunn’s of Fun.” His face wa...
Edward German7 months ago
The 'Gone' Podcast
The Gone Podcast is a weekly podcast produced by Parcast Network which is a part of Cutler Media. The podcast is uploaded to the feed every Monday with hosts Molly Brandenburg and Richard Rossner. Eac...
WatchMojo 7 months ago
Top 10 Things 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Got Factually Right and Wrong
For a biopic, the facts were certainly scattershot. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top ten things Bohemian Rhapsody got factually right and wrong. For this list,...
John Romanov8 months ago
'Mary, Queen of Scots:' Facts From Fiction
As a historian and English history fanatic, it’s kind of my job to know the truth about subjects such as the Queen of Scots, Elizabeth I and the Tudors, which are so often portrayed in film and media,...
Carlos Guerra10 months ago
If Anime Took on the Marvel Universe
With the recent success of Infinity War and the sequel title around a half ways away, along with that new Jump Force game due to be released some time these next few weeks... There has been an abundan...
'Sesame Street' Roomies Ernie and Bert Inspired By LGBTQ+ Relationship?
It's an argument that has been hashed over for decades: Are #Ernie and #Bert gay? I'm really not sure why such an argument would even exist, to be honest, but thanks to Emmy-winning writer and playwri...
Matthew Trundlea year ago
The 'Infinity War' Ending Was Probably a Huge Hoax, and the James Gunn Controversy Supports That
Avengers: Infinity War's arguably most memorable moment, that even detractors of the MCU agree on, sets the film apart from a very overcrowded market of superhero films with endless origin stories and...
Phill Rossa year ago
Arthur: King of the Britons or King of the Brettons
Everyone has heard the legends of the once and future King, Arthur Pendragon of Camelot. Many will associate the legend with Wales and Cornwall, particularly Tintagel Castle however recent innovations...
Jonathan Sima year ago
Pixar Theory: Are Cars Really Cars?!
Pixar has never ceased to amaze me with how they can take seemingly absurd ideas and make great stories with them. They gave us talking toys in Toy Story, talking fish in Finding Nemo, talking rats in...