Emilia Clarke, the indirect namesake of 146 unfortunate girls, is a guest voice in this episode of Futurama. Fittingly, this turns me into an extremely evil person with only brief flashes of humanity, Game-of-Thrones-style.
Not just the best science/sci-fi themed font (though it certainly is that, also); but the best font, full stop.
In last night's Futurama episode, Viva Mars Vegas, the gang decides to pull off a casino heist. Everything about that's fun. But the show also tries to hit a social message — and that's not quite as successful. Also, there's Zoidberg.
It's like someone wrote this episode of Futurama with a gun to their head, being forced to involve all the tertiary characters of the show in one giant explosion of Zoidberg hate. Which is my way of saying that this is one hell of a good episode.
Excited about the return of Futurama to our television screens? Prepare to lose that feeling: Fox have apparently cut the original voices of Fry, Leela, Bender and many other characters from the revival and are about to recast the roles.
Click to view I love this rather dignified and early-twentieth-century-looking portrait of Zoidberg from Futurama. It's by Federico Piatti, an illustrator who posted it at the ever-bountiful Gorilla Artfare blog. Most of Piatti's work is fantastical, and he does amazing images of heroic rodents that must be seen to be…
If you've been wondering what to do with yourself between now and the end of the year, you might think about tuning in to the Cartoon Network, where you can watch every single episode of Futurama starting at 11pm tonight, and running until 11:30pm December 31st. If you've got a massive hard drive attached to your DVR,…