Geek News is almost as big on the internet as News News. It’s ever bit as ubiquitous as tech journalism, social networking and porn. The only problem with geek culture spreading out across the web is that, well, it’s spread out. If you want a CNN-style organization of your content, you won’t go wrong with GeekTyrant.
At the top of the page you’ll find a list of the five most relevant names in entertainment. Usually these are upcoming movies or highly trending topics in pop culture. Today it’s The Dark Knight Rises, Snow White and the Huntsman, The Amazing Spiderman and Iron Man 3. Below this is an obnoxious banner ad, but, hey, we all gotta monetize. Moving down the page is a list of original articles and links to the geeky stuff of the day. Left of this is much of the same, but seen as thumbnails rather than headlines. This is handy because fan art and movie posters are usually featured here. Overall, I find it a pleasing layout for movie, TV, and comic fandom.
Even if you don’t fancy the format, you can still read the content by plugging the RSS feed into your reader of choice. GeekTyrant is also featured on more user friendly formats like Flipboard, which I feel gives them a certain amount of cred.