dork·a·hol·ic noun \ˈdȯr-kə-ˈhȯ-lik\
a chronic disorder characterized by dependence on pop culture, repeated excessive use of all things within this realm including, but not limited to, comics, film, gaming, TV and all things ‘dork.’ Development of withdrawal symptoms includes twitching, insomnia, headaches, the feels, constipation & heartache.
Before DORKAHOLICS, there existed five teenagers with attitude. One day, at their first convention together, a comedian dared to speak ill of Arthur Curry, King of Atlantis. These five youths banded together to defend their king’s honor and heckled said comedian. And from that moment, they were dubbed the AQUAKIDS.
Making of a Dork
When the heroic AQUAKIDS banded together, the five of them felt an irresistible desire to collect comic books, play Dungeons & Dragons, marathon superhero movies, and dress up as fictional characters on the opening night of the latest Marvel films.
In time, the young heroes realized this overwhelming passion they shared could revolutionize the world. Together they formed DORKAHOLICS, their idea of how they want to present the information they love to friends and strangers. Enjoy the site. Read the content. Accept the dork inside your life.
While many dorks have come and gone, left and returned, the core mission and value of DORKAHOLICS has not changed – to be an example of unrelenting fanaticism in topics of pop culture. Whether it is waiting in line for hours all for an autograph, driving hundreds of miles to the next comic book convention, watching everything twice (once in Japanese with subtitles and once in English dubbed), or prancing around in a cape, no one should ever have to feel any shame or remorse for embracing their dorky side.
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