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Growing up, Geoff Boucher always wanted to be a mild-mannered reporter working for a major metropolitan newspaper....or maybe a wookiee. He came to the Los Angeles Times in 1991 and, after years covering crime and local politics, he switched to the Hollywood beat covering film and music. Now he’s the paper’s go-to geek.
Also contributing: The Legion of Super-Bloggers here at the Hero Complex includes Jevon Phillips, a Times staffer who specializes in our favorite television shows, especially ‘Heroes’ and the frakking brilliant ‘Battlestar Galactica;’ Denise Martin, another Times staffer, who has an undying passion for ‘Twilight’ and anyone ever enrolled at Hogwarts; Gina McIntyre, a Times editor who learned her craft by watching too many slasher films; and Yvonne Villarreal, whose earliest memory of wanting to be a journalist stems from watching broadcast reporter April O’Neil on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles television series.