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Luke Skywalker vs. The Ghostbusters

Luke Skywalker vs. The Ghostbusters

Another day, another Star Wars mashup. But, this one is one of the funniest I’ve seen in awhile. What would happen if the Ghostbusters stumbled across Luke Skywalker? YouTuber, Mike Phirman created this movie mashup that will make you smile. Don’t look in the trap, Luke! Via... more »

[PSA] Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive the Millennium Falcon Drunk

[PSA] Friends Don’t Let Friends Drive the Millennium Falcon Drunk

You would think Han Solo knows not to drink and drive the Millennium Falcon. Not so much, according to this PSA from YouTuber OneMinuteGalactica. Next time take his keys, Chewie! I’m sure both Uber and Lyft are available in Mos Eisley. Via | Geekologie  more »

More Motivational Goodness from Shia LaBeouf

More Motivational Goodness from Shia LaBeouf

Be sure to watch Shia LaBeouf's motivational speech. more »

Hidden Mickeys: A Secret Disney Park Game

Hidden Mickeys: A Secret Disney Park Game

Billy explains one of the more obscure elements of Disney trivia: Hidden Mickeys. more »

Dark Shadows Returns To DVD

Dark Shadows Returns To DVD

A new DVD collection of Dark Shadows is coming, along with "best of" collections. more »

Who Reads The Watchmen?: the Nielsen/ DC Customer Survey

Who Reads The Watchmen?: the Nielsen/ DC Customer Survey

The results are in! DC Comics commissioned the Nielsen group to do a comprehensive survey of the comic-buying public during their New 52 release. Let's take a look at what they found. more »

Emerald City 2012: Interview with Glitch Webseries Creator Tyler Hill

Emerald City 2012: Interview with Glitch Webseries Creator Tyler Hill

Sunday at Emerald City I chatted with Tyler Hill, creator, writer and director of the new web series Glitch. To check out the pilot before its official release, head over to watchglitch.com more »

Smallville Comic Coming From DC in April

Smallville Comic Coming From DC in April

Smallville, the long-running television show starring a young Clark Kent, will be continuing its run this spring in a new series from DC Comics! more »

Star Wars Uncut: Director’s Cut

Star Wars Uncut: Director’s Cut

The Force is strong with the amazing, fan-made Star Wars Uncut: Director's Cut. more »

Harlan Ellison Discusses “The Glass Teat”  Live Thursday Jan 19th

Harlan Ellison Discusses “The Glass Teat” Live Thursday Jan 19th

Most well known for his Sci Fi and speculative fiction, Ellison also wrote a few well-known televesion episodes, including the Star Trek episode The City On The Edge Of Forever, which went on to become the most popular original series episode. more »

The World Of Tomorrow, Today!

The World Of Tomorrow, Today!

The future always looks different than the predictions that are made about it, and those predictions are always hilarious. This one is from 1900 about the world in 2000. Strap on your jet-pack and check it out! more »

Occupy Wall Street Gets Super Support

Occupy Wall Street Gets Super Support

This Halloween gave the Occupy Wall Street movement an opportunity to gain Super Support from some Superheroes. more »

Microsoft Reveals New TV partners

Microsoft Reveals New TV partners

Microsoft launches an all-out attack on your free time by revealing its new video content partners. Is this the end for separate set-top boxes? more »

Netflix Announces More Changes, Including Video Game Rentals

Netflix Announces More Changes, Including Video Game Rentals

On Sunday night, Netflix announced several upcoming changes to their popular video rental and streaming services, including the ability to rent video games. more »

Comic-Con 2011: Graphic Novel Project Schools You

Comic-Con 2011: Graphic Novel Project Schools You

High Tech High's Graphic Novel Project sets up shop, sells books, and teaches everyone how to make collaborative comics. What'd you do for Comic-Con? more »

Tomb Raider to Reboot Without Angelina Jolie as Lara Croft

I’m not a Hollywood insider or anything, but I’ll bet there’s an idiom in L.A. that goes: when all else fails, reboot. Sequels, remakes and re-imaginings (whatever that means) aren’t new to Hollywood – but sometimes I’m forced to ask “why?” Take, for example, the... more »

Bonus Points 2.0: The Scotsman Strikes Back

  After a brief hiatus, I’m proud to announce the triumphant return of Bonus Points, your source for the latest and greatest tidbits of geek/nerd/gamer badassery from around the web. Exhibit A: the above image is my current wallpaper and it can be yours too, along with... more »

The Inevitable: Lindsay Lohan Gets a Comic

Do you give a damn about Lindsay Lohan’s bad reputation? Bluewater Productions is hoping that you do. According to their website, the sometimes controversial publisher is set to publish a biographical comic about the also-controversial star in September. The book is planned as the second... more »

Summer Brings Netflix to the 3DS

Nintendo’s keynote speech at the 2011 Game Developers Conference held a major revelation for future 3DS owners. They will have more things to look forward to this summer than just major video game titles! A press release covering the presentation revealed that Netflix will be... more »

HBO’s Game of Thrones: Alchemist Edition

HBO’s Game of Thrones: Alchemist Edition

Mysterious packages have been arriving on the doorsteps of various internet luminaries as part of HBO‘s opening salvo in their soon-to-be torrential marketing campaign for the upcoming Game of Thrones television AWESOMENESS. If these precisely-crafted, metal-bound chests are any indication of the quality we can expect... more »

What price, Homebrew?

Less than 100Kb of data can cost you your computer. Not to mention your terabytes of data storage, control of your own website or even your ability to communicate freely on the internet. This is a reality for George Hotz (GeoHot), the 21 year-old programmer... more »

Love radio dramas? Benedict Cumberbatch fan? Don’t miss Cabin Pressure.

Sometimes you can run across the most awesome things in the strangest ways. It was my obsession with the new BBC Sherlock series that started it. I’m happy to say that I’m now a HUGE fan of Benedict Cumberbatch and I love his voice (if... more »

San Diego Comic-Con 2010: Oh, the INSANITY!

Wow. Just wow. That’s pretty much all I can say about this year’s Comic-Con. I had an absolute blast at the panels I attended, the free swag that was so generously given out was incredible and there was plenty to see and do for everyone.... more »

Comic-Con 2010: Preview

Just when I thought the dust had settled, it’s time to gear up for San Diego Comic-Con International (hereinafter referred to as “Comic-Con”), North America’s largest comic convention. I’ve been attending Comic-Con since 2004, so I have a few years of experience in dealing with... more »

Think you’re America’s Greatest Otaku?

No, really, TOKYOPOP is looking for “America’s Greatest Otaku.” Think you’ve got what it takes to be the best fan of Japanese pop culture in the U.S.? Why not try out for this upcoming reality show? All you have to do is hit up the... more »

Meet the Last Person on Earth to Watch the Lost Series Finale

Okay, so maybe I’m being a little melodramatic about the whole thing, but hey, it really feels like I’ll be the last person on earth to watch the very last episode of Lost. I’m currently waiting to board a flight to the United Kingdom (no,... more »