What's hitting the spinner racks tomorrow? New adventures of Gotham City's half-dynamic, half-dysfunctional duo, Wil Wheaton putting on his robe and wizard hat, and psychic spies running amok in a book from Matt Kindt of Revolver and Super Spy. It's Comics We Crave, coming at you on a lazy May afternoon!
In 2007, Felicia Day launched her internet gaming webseries The Guild. Five years and oodles of fans later, she's now unveiling her absolutely nefarious plot to become the Tycoon of the Internet.
On Felicia Day's fantasy gaming webseries The Guild, Wil Wheaton plays Fawkes, the Machiavellian leader of the Axis of Anarchy online guild. Fawkes is the antagonist (and occasional paramour) of Day's heroic cleric, Cyd "Codex" Sherman. And even though Wheaton's played a major role on The Guild, we've never seen what…
io9 recently had the opportunity to catch up with Felicia Day and Sandeep Parikh, the stars of the long-running fantasy gaming web series The Guild. This duo also co-wrote The Guild: Zaboo, the next Guild tie-in comic book to hit the stands.
Betwixt and between the hubbub of Comic-Con, we were lucky enough to have a quick chat with the MVP of DIY media, Felicia Day, who gave us a purview of her many projects and roles coming up over the horizon.
Megan Lara enshrines science fiction heroines in Art Nouveau illustrations, transforming them from pop culture queens into goddesses and archetypal spirits of adventure.
With Felicia Day dropping by Emerald City Comicon this weekend, Dark Horse Comics has given us a first look at the cover art for the upcoming one-shot The Guild: Bladezz, starring the Knights of Good's rapscalliony rogue, the model Finn Smulders. Here's the solicitation:
What screams holiday cheer more than Alan Moore penning Lovecraftian horror? Only a dozen shoggoths, writhing in a riptide of egg nog, intoxicated by their own tumescence. It's comic book Wednesday. Dig it.
Here's an exclusive first look at the cover art for Dark Horse Comics' upcoming comic book The Guild: Tink by none other than Felicia Day. This one-shot delves into the history of The Guild's most enigmatic character.
Last Friday, hundreds of fans of Felicia Day's hit webseries The Guild gathered in downtown Atlanta to meet Sandeep Parikh and Jeff Lewis, better known as Zaboo and Vork, plus director Sean Becker, and hear what's next for The Guild.
When we got a moment to talk to Felicia Day at SDCC, she was full of excitement for the possibilities of bringing back Penny, Dr. Horrible's tragic love interest. We suggested Zombie Penny, but she was more into Robot Penny.
The Queen Geek that killed it in Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, fought the future in Dollhouse's "Epitaph One," and routinely loots our heart in The Guild turns 31 today. So hoist a cold one in her honor!
Welcome to the first installment of io9's weekend comic book review column Needs More Dazzler, a column founded on the ethos that most comics would be improved by a dose of the most divinely flamboyant X-lady, Dazzler.
The entertainment industry descended on San Diego like an alien mothership, hoping to refuel with precious buzz. But there were some movies and entertainers that people talked about more than others. Here are 10 winners of Comic Con's buzz wars.
The best part of falling for a show is discovering that the actors in it are just as shamelessly fannish as you are. Lo and behold, there are a lot more actor geeks than you think!