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E3 2013: First Look at “The Walking Dead: 400 Days”

Just as I finally recovered from the emotional blow of Telltale’s insanely good The Walking Dead: Season One and dried my tears, my eyeball aqueducts opened anew thanks to Game… more

E3 2013: We’re Liveblogging the Sony Playstation Press Conference

So many press conferences, so little time! After their game-filled PS4 reveal, smart money is on Sony’s press conference focusing on the hardware itself. After covering EA, Microsoft and Ubisoft’s… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Al Ewing and Greg Land Assemble Marvel’s “Mighty Avengers”

After a week of dropping breadcrumbs in the form of teasers, Marvel unveiled its newest title on a Friday morning conference call to a select group of journalists, a newly… more

E3 2013: Watch the Ubisoft Press Conference Live

Two down, two to go – the next pre-E3 press conference of the day is Ubisoft. While they almost certainly have a smaller slate than comparative megaliths like EA and… more

E3 2013: Join Our Liveblog of Microsoft’s Xbox Press Conference

It’s here! It’s finally here! The spirits did it all in one night! Although E3 2013 doesn’t officially kick off until tomorrow, today there’s a slew of pre-show press conferences,… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Take a Sneak Peek at DC’s “Katana” #5

DC’s resident sword-wielding femme fatale Katana continues to tear up the New 52 universe in her solo book penned by Ann Nocenti and illustrated by Alex Sanchez. In issue #5,… more

Talkpocalypse Now: Rapture-Palooza’s Rob Corddry, John Francis Daley, Rob Huebel, & Craig Robinson

No matter how you prepare, avoiding the apocalypse at your local multiplex this summer is a nigh impossible task. From stoner comedies like This is the End and It’s a… more

Review: Whedon Does William Justice in “Much Ado About Nothing”

The short review: Although imperfect, Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing is the adaptation The Great Gatsby wishes it was: sleek, modern and full of life without sacrificing the language…. more
 

George R.R. Martin Explains The Red Wedding’s Historical Roots

Note: This post contains mild spoilers, so for the love of all that’s good and Hodor, stop reading right now if you don’t want anything ruined. Game of Thrones may… more

Comic Book Day: SNIKT! Ben Acker Talks “Wolverine: Season One”

Announced at last year’s New York Comic Con, Wolverine: Season One is an original graphic novel from Thrilling Adventure Hour co-creators Ben Acker and Ben Blacker. Veterans of the television… more

EXCLUSIVE: Preview “Regular Show” #6′s Covers

KaBOOM!, the all-ages imprint of BOOM! Studios, is back with another brand new issue of Regular Show, and they’re bringing four sizzling new covers with them for issue #6′s impending… more
 

Breaking Bad Begins Its Final Countdown

As the old saying goes, all good things must come to an end, a statement which unfortunately applies to AMC’s much-loved Breaking Bad. Or as Jesse Pinkman might say, “Yeah,… more

Max Landis Unleashes the “Animal Fighting Championships”

Since time immemorial, mankind has had one question on its mind: what is the strongest animal? Today, Max Landis, Wallpaper and the Nerdist Channel provide an answer, albeit with a… more

Comic Book Day: “Pacific Rim” Writer Travis Beacham Talks “Tales from Year Zero”

Yesterday, we caught up with Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro to talk about Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero, the original graphic novel that serves as a prequel to… more
 

Comic Book Day: Pull List for June 5th, 2013

What a time to be a comic book fan! The Guardians of the Galaxy cast list gets crazier and crazier as Benicio del Toro signs on, Man of Steel comes… more

Guillermo del Toro Talks “Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero”

Summer tentpole season is upon us, as gigantic films with budgets larger than certain European countries’ GDP invade theaters with all manner of superheroes, explosions and over the top action…. more

EXCLUSIVE: Paul Levitz Talks DC’s Villains Month, “Earth 2: DeSaad”, & More

With their rippling abdominal muscles, larger than life abilities and brightly colored spandex, superheroes represent the idealized versions of ourselves, our escapist tendencies taken to the nth degree. But, what’s… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Preview DC’s “Green Arrow” #21

From his stellar work on Animal Man to the poignant final issue of Sweet Tooth, to original graphic novels like The Underwater Welder, Jeff Lemire is fast becoming one of… more

E Pluribus Anus: Dan Harmon Returns to “Community”

If you needed further proof that our universe is not the darkest timeline, then look no further than today’s confirmation that Community creator Dan Harmon, mayor of Harmontown and former… more

Name Your Own Price for the Telltale Games Humble Bundle

It’s a good time to be a gamer, especially if you’re on a budget. It’s also a good time to be a gamer if you have extra cash lying around… more
 

Comic Book Day: Andy Diggle Steals the Show in “Thief of Thieves”

Much like Alan Moore has the market cornered on dressing like Willy Wonka, Andy Diggle is one of the names most associated with comic book thrillers. From his humble beginning… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for May 29th, 2013

By now, we hope, you’ve recovered from the barbecue, freedom, and beer-induced haze of Memorial Day weekend and are more than halfway into your four day work week. Let’s face… more

“Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” Trailer Zooms Into Your Life

One of the pivotal moments in building up to DC’s launch of the New 52 universe, Geoff Johns’ and Andy Kubert’s Flashpoint told us the unnerving tale of Barry Allen… more