We’re just a couple of short days away from Netflix resurrecting one of the greatest sitcoms of all time! The new season of Arrested Development arrives this weekend, and fandom for the beloved show is at a fever pitch. Check out all this great fan art the show inspired as you get ready to revisit the Bluth family!
Truth be told, audio has made and broken many a game, and this week’s Tumblr of the Week focuses exclusively on the sounds of one particular gaming franchise.
Like John Cho, Anton had a life and career before Star Trek became his signature role. Well, when you think of it, Cho may always be considered Harold. Now let’s talk about everything that is one of my favorite people on Earth and beyond, Anton Yelchin.
Geek Pride Day is May 25. I’ve previously celebrated nerd girls; this month, let’s celebrate all geeks and nerds with songs of all kinds.
Beautiful Creatures is marketed as the next Twilight, but don’t let that fool you. It’s actually a good movie, and its impressive cast makes for an enjoyable supernatural teen drama.
Just about everyone who has been on Star Trek — James Doohan, Walter Koenig, DeForest Kelly — has put out a bio. And that’s just the original series. But these are the big six. Get started with these, and you’ll get all the juicy dirt behind the creation and success of one of the most enduring science fiction franchise in history.
It’s Monday, and that means it’s time for our roundup of our top three (or less) picks of the notable geeky releases for the coming week in games, movies, and video. Check back each Monday for the newest cool stuff that will be hitting over the coming days!
The finale has come and gone, but I don’t think any of us were expecting what we were left with. Guesses turned out to be wrong, characters turned out to be changed, and the world as we know it is no more safer than before. It’s going to be a long hiatus, full of speculation, before we get any kind of answers.
This week we have a whole lot of TV talk as we discuss the newly announced upcoming network shows, as well as the finales of Revenge and Arrow. We also talk about some geeky news and Star Trek into Darkness.
We featured a bunch of great fan art inspired by characters from Star Trek: The Original Series back in 2009 when J.J. Abrams’ first Star Trek movie released. Now that Star Trek into Darkness is in theaters, we’re taking a look at art based on the next incarnation of the franchise, The Next Generation!