We’ve gotten a few evocative trailers for Spike TV’s eerie, violent Stephen King adaptation, The Mist. Now we have a behind-the-scenes featurette that explains a bit more about the characters, and how the show will focus not just how they’re affected by the titular menace, but also on how living in terror will reshape…
Watch as bladesmith Walter Sorrells turned a railroad spike into a knife. Railroad spikes aren’t meant to be used as an edge tool but it’s cool to see Sorrells bludgeon the crude spike into a pretty awesome knife with a coil for a grip. The metal coil was created by elongating the spike and wrapping it around and…
I don’t know much about figure skating. But I know that figure skater Kevin Reynolds, who performed to the Cowboy Bebop theme song while dressed as the show’s main character Spike, totally nailed it.
This is unexpected. There’s finally going to be a live-action adaptation of Kim Stanley Robinson’s beloved Mars trilogy of novels. It’s going to be on Spike TV, best known for reality shows like Bar Rescue and Ink Masters (and infinite Cops reruns). But the surprises don’t end there.
The second edition of Smut Peddler, the anthology of pornographic comics made by women, is out and filled with sexy stories featuring a wide range of genders, sexualities, and genres. We've got an excerpt from the collection set in the future, where two people from different planets figure out how to mate.
Smut Peddler is an anthology of pornographic comics made by women for everyone. We spoke with Smut Peddler editor C. Spike Trotman about why she features so many science fiction and fantasy comics, what she looks for in porn, and why she drew a sexy comic about the Virgin Mary.
Forget the sanding, the painting, and all the construction; the worst part of a renovation is having to use a tape measure to size up a room. But if you're willing to cough up $560, there's now a much better way that almost sounds like magic. It's a smartphone accessory called the Spike that uses lasers, GPS, and…
After Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel ended, there were persistent rumors that Director Joss Whedon was going to make a Spike movie with actor James Marsters reprising his role as the fan-favorite vampire. It never happened, but now the movie is taking new life as a comic book called Into the Light, written by…
For some reason, a small and backward-looking pool of people in the tech industry still believe that people hate typing on touch screens. Hence this plastic monstrosity, that seemingly aims to convert your sleek iPhone into a lumpen BlackBerry. Err, thanks?
You might've heard that Babyface Sam Biddle is on SPIKE this CES. But did you know that there's also freaking 100-foot-tall Biddle glaring at the convention center? That's sponsored by Taco Bell? We've been giving him crap about it all week, and now it's your turn.
Here's our exclusive first look at the last issue of IDW Publishing's Spike. In this issue, everyone's favorite rakish bleached blond vampire (and his insectoid friends) run afoul of Wolfram and Hart's security forces.
James Marsters fans rejoice — your favorite too-cool-for-school, towheaded vamp this side of Eric Northman appears in two comics this week. Also, quirky graphic novels out the wazoo!
If you're not watching Spike TV's military pseudo-science show — which pits combatants from different eras against each other using recreations, weapons experts, and computers — then next Tuesday's the time to tune in: it's vamp-daddy against strategy-daddy!
You know what's infinitely better than a carton of Tropicana? A carton of boozy Tropicana, of course. And if you've got $10 and two days, Spike Your Juice's magic powder will make that happen.
Sometimes, sharing doesn't always work out easily, as has been revealed in the public fallout over the revelation of the identity of the Big Bad in the current Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season Eight comic. Spoilers ahead.
In Templar, Arizona, Spike Trotman fills a fictional city with bizarre subcultures, TV shows, and tourists attractions from another universe. We talk to her about Templar's real and fictional inspirations, and why you won't see cell phones in her Arizona.
In Templar, Arizona, Charlie "Spike" Troutman takes on a tour through her alternate Arizona, a world slightly and bizarrely askew from our own. It's a tumultuous universe, stocked with extreme subcultures, terrifying public artwork, and the legal consumption of panda.
Convinced that the idea of Buffy's vamp beaus, Spike and Angel, getting it on was forever condemned to your slash fic folder? Joss Whedon's new online Buffy comic proves you wrong... Well, kind of.