Wil Wheaton makes fun of the scifi news of the week in his new show while Game of Thrones gets ready to throw down and duel. Orphan Black heads to rehab, Penny Dreadful attends the theater, and The 100 goes hunting. Plus, get caught up on Defiance before the new season starts. Details below!
We've got an exclusive clip of Wil Wheaton reading from Warren Ellis' Dead Pig Collector, out today. You may know Ellis from his Transmetropolitan comics, or from his latest novel Gun Machine. He knows how to write blood and guts and make you love it.
Warren Ellis has released one exceptionally intense trailer for his latest book, Gun Machine, narrated by Wil Wheaton and illustrated by Ben Templesmith. Admittedly, we could watch an entire movie made out of Templesmith's scribbles and Warren's words. Check it out:
NASA just gave Curiosity the Star Trek treatment. In anticipation of the rover's upcoming landing, the Agency has released two versions of a video entitled "Grand Entrance." The first is narrated by William Shatner, the second by Wil Wheaton. I think I speak for just about everyone in saying "oh hell yes."
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.
Over the past several days, a certain Star Trek: The Next Generation prose piece has ensnared the popular imagination the world over. It's a story that's been recycled since time immemorial, due to its sheer cross-cultural thematic resonance.
This adorable Star Trek webcomic by Caldwell Tanner and Patrick Cassels — titled "Unforeseen Consequences" — reveals exactly what the Enterprise looks like through Geordi La Forge's visor. What is seen can't be unseen!
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…
Yesterday's Eureka wrapped up the season in spectacular fashion, with a bunch of awesome guest stars, one of the biggest threats ever, a lovely celebration of space exploration, and a truly epic cliffhanger. Eureka doesn't get much better than this.
Yesterday's Eureka found our heroes confronting their pasts. For most, these flashbacks were the final test for the Astraeus mission. For Carter, it involved stopping Wallace Shawn as he tried to reenact all the sheriff's greatest, most dangerous moments.
Last night's Eureka episode had a mild case of the grey goo, as Carter and company had to stop a bunch of runaway mini-bots before they devoured all metal in sight. It also revealed the hidden dangers of wearing neckties.
Last night's Eureka was one of the funniest episodes in a while — Carter is forced to endure disappearing banks, floating jeeps, obnoxious geniuses, and, most terrifyingly, out-of-shape physicists. And somewhere, amid all the hijinks, an evil plot is brewing.
Nerd icon Wil Wheaton has returned to sci-fi television as Eureka's slimy Dr. Isaac Parrish. We spoke with him at Comic-Con about just what makes good (and bad) technobabble, the secret to playing a scientist, and what's ahead on Eureka!
Yesterday's Eureka loaded up on guest stars, adding Wil Wheaton and Stan Lee alongside Felicia Day's socially awkward physicist. But there's no time to bask in all the guests, as some psychic contact lenses have predicted the town's imminent annihilation.
Yesterday's Eureka panel promised an animated Christmas special, a big mission into deep space, sinister forces plotting against the town, and a love triangle between Fargo, Felicia Day, and a hugely dickish Wil Wheaton.
We all marveled at the fan art that showed Wil Wheaton riding a unicorn-dragon-kitten into battle with an Orc John Scalzi. And now you can read the true, and unquestionable stories behind the image. For charity!
There are some questions that simply don't have answers...yet. Wheaton and Scalzi are holding a fan-fiction contest to benefit the Lupus Alliance of America. Explain the picture, win the contest, get paid, and help people.
It's pretty amazing that Zachary Quinto's interest in playing Spock was sparked by mere message-board chatter — a newly released DVD featurette shows how it all began. Plus Wil Wheaton's Trek movie cameo is revealed.
Geek icon Wil Wheaton has finally transcended his Wesley Crusher roots... by teaming up with Batman. Wheaton plays the silver-age Blue Beetle in this week's Brave and The Bold, and we couldn't be happier.