Kyoshi warrior Suki cosplay from Avatar: This site by far has the most visual appeal, and feels like the most organized and easiest to navigate compared to some of the other sites.
You could always meet that special someone at a convention where hundreds, sometimes thousands of fans of anime, Star Trek, comic books and other fandoms converge for a weekend full of fun.
But it can hard to meet someone in this kind of setting, especially if you are shy.
However, if person sending you a messaging has a paid account, then you can read their messages. The other downside is it's not as simple as pressing a button to change your membership or cancel.
And like most dating websites, you get a lot of people who contact you once, and then you never hear from them again. I don't know if this is temporary or permanent at the moment, but I will update with more information if it becomes available.
With so many members you are likely, though not guaranteed, to find someone in your area who is interested in similar things.
I, myself, have used this site, and have gotten quite a lot of 'winks' and messages from other users.
For example, the tab labelled Dune Buggy, there's no clear description or warning of what it is, but after scrolling through it I unfortunately discovered it's a comic for very mature audiences involving a lot of penis jokes. In their own words, Intellectconnect offers an exlusive meeting place for thinkers, brainiacs and the intellectually curious.
If you are looking for someone smart, you are likely to find them here. In other words, it kind of feels like a hipster website.
Source The Right Stuff Pros: The Right Stuff is an incredibly exclusive dating site for intellects.
You have to be a graduate, faculty member, or current student of a short list of about 70 prestigious colleges, like the Ivy League schools or MIT.
The good news is that this site definitely caters to nerds, so there's no risk of running into any posers on the site.