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“Game of Thrones” + “Sweet Valley High” = “School of Thrones”

While the countdown to March 31st still looms large, fans looking to get their Game of Thrones fix should look no further than Zach Grafton’s School of Thrones, a new… more

SXSW: Discussing Marvel’s Digital Initiatives with Axel Alonso and Peter Phillips

Those of you who were able to awaken from a dehydrated beer-and-pulled-pork-induced haze at Austin’s sprawling South by Southwest festival today might have been able to catch the latest on… 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

Trek Tease: A New “Star Trek Into Darkness” Trailer

As we trek ever closer to the May 17th release date, a brand new Star Trek Into Darkness teaser trailer has been beamed up into the Internet for your viewing… more

Review: “Oz the Great and Powerful,” a Whirlwind Adventure

To say that Oz the Great and Powerful is a risky undertaking is an understatement. It’s like telling the blackjack dealer to hit when you’re sitting on 19. Nowadays, rebooting… more

TOKYOPOP: Cosplay Friday #19

Yikes! What a week, huh, guys? North Korea may be threatening our fair shores with a nuclear attack, but we refuse to place sanctions on seriously epic cosplay, so TOKYOPOP’s … more

Whedon Does William: The “Much Ado About Nothing” Trailer

Sunscreen-obsessed singer-turned-director Baz Luhrmann isn’t the only one with a glitzy, modern retelling of a classic tale on the way. When he wasn’t grossing over a billion dollars at the… more

Chainsaws? Aliens? Yep, the “Gears of War: Judgment” Launch Trailer

While we were able to get a little taste of what Gears of War: Judgement has to offer last year at E3 (new control scheme, new class-based multiplayer modes, no… more

Comic Book Day: Archiepocalypse Now, or “Afterlife with Archie”

What’s a man to do after he’s saved Spider-Man from messing up his step-ball-changes? Write a zombie-filled Archie comic, of course! Glee writer (and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’s scribe-cum-savior)… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for March 6th, 2013

The rise of the machines! Vikings battling undead hordes! Victorian Era Batman doing righteous battle with Jack the Ripper! That’s right – there’s all this and more in this week’s… more

Review: “Tomb Raider” is the Cream of the Croft

Let’s cut to the chase: Tomb Raider knows exactly what it wants to be and executes that vision extremely well, and thank goodness for that. Over the course of fifteen… more

Avast Ye! A New “Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag” Trailer Sets Sail

Did you feel that? Those were your timbers being shivered. Now watch this world premiere trailer for Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag, exclusively from Machinima, and prepare to be boarded… more

Extended “Game of Thrones” Season 3 Trailer: 100% More Bears

Bears, dragons, and bastards, oh my! If you’re anything like me, you are unreasonably excited for March 31st, because it heralds the return of Game of Thrones, also known as… more

TOKYOPOP: Cosplay Friday #18

On a very special episode of TOKYOPOP’s Cosplay Friday, we catch up with cosplayer and costumer extraordinaire Johnny Bias (click his name to read the interview). A talented craftsmen, Bias… more

Comic Book Day: Peer Into Joshua Dysart’s “Dark Crystal”

Let me be completely honest – while I was familiar with Joshua Dysart’s work, I didn’t know too much about him as a person, so when the chance to interview… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for February 27th, 2013

The Oscars have come and gone, there’s horse meat in everything you’ve ever eaten, and we’ve seen how truly terrifying a scientifically accurate Spider-Man would be. And it’s only Wednesday?… more

The Horror of Scientifically Accurate Spider-Man

Imagine if all that great power and great responsibility came with a great level of scientific accuracy as to what gaining the abilities of a spider would actually entail. Uncle… more

TOKYOPOP: Cosplay Friday #17

What a week it’s been, you guys! From Google Glass (which will take your Dragon Ball Z cosplay to the next level) to Russian meteorites (which will take Putin’s power… more

Everything You Need to Know About the PS4

“PlayStation wants to win the war against reality.” - opening cinematic of the PS4 Launch Event Choo-choo! All aboard the PS4 Hype Train! Next stop – Holiday 2013! Sony’s much… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for February 20th, 2013

Dazed and confused from the bliss of a three-day weekend? Mesmerized by the promises of 0% APR on a new whatever-the-hell-car-you-bought-on-President’s Day? Clear that mental fog right quick, because it’s … more

TOKYOPOP: Cosplay Friday #16

After a brief hiatus (due to contracting Type-1 DICE-syntery from my time at Las Vegas’ DICE Summit last week), TOKYOPOP’s Cosplay Friday returns with a heapin’ helpin’ of the best… more

Report: Harrison Ford to Return as Han Solo in Star Wars: Episode VII

“Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good life insurance policy at your side. That’s why I chose Coruscant Colonial Life Insurance.” - Han Solo, Star Wars:… more

“Burning Love”: A Visit to the Mansion and Behind-the-Scenes Interviews

Normally, our fearless leader Chris Hardwick keeps me chained to my laptop like pop culture-obsessed veal, but a few months ago he let me out of my Pulp Fiction-esque gimpquarters… more

Comic Book Day: A Black Axe to Grind with “Mouse Guard”‘s David Petersen

The idea of a comic book centering around anthropomorphic mice living in a medieval society might sound like a killer logline for a children’s movie, but the premise of David… more