Seth MacFarlane’s new hour long sci-fi comedy The Orville dropped it’s trailer and it’s exactly what you would expect from the self described Star Trek geek who appeared twice on Star Trek Enterprise. Remember A Million Ways to Die in the West? MacFarlane gives Star Trek the same treatment as he did Westerns – only more FCC friendly; there won’t be running anal sex jokes… probably. Continue reading “‘The Orville’: Right on Trek for MacFarlane Comedy”
There is a rarefied air breathed only by those who climb the highest pinnacles of human achievement. From those lofty heights these titans, nay, gods can look down on us and Continue reading “VOTD: The BEST Thing About This HeroQuest Review is This HeroQuest Review”
Hey Geeks! No time to talk – Szpirs, Stew, Devon and Mark are reviewing Amonkhet as quickly as they can! GO!
This trailer. This one right here. Let’s be honest, Geeks. Marvel’s best stuff has been on Netflix. The long-form storytelling of ‘Daredevil’, ‘Jessica Jones’, ‘Luke Cage’, and (kinda) Continue reading “Feeling Defensive? Netflix Drops New Marvel Trailer!”
Aaron, Marty, and Mark are joined by the prodigal Szpirs as we muse about all the geeky things! International Tabletop Day – how did Szpirs get his kid into board games AND Continue reading “Episode 71: May the Fourth Be With You…Always”
After faking us out with some minor tweaks to Commander and Vintage, Wizards of the Coast (WotC) dropped the hammer on the biggest combo in Standard! With the
Bring me the buttons, that I might mash them! I am so pumped for this game, Geeks, I can’t even tell you…and the inclusion of a proper story mode just sweetens the pot so much more. Continue reading “Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Release Date, Story Trailer, Character Announcements!”
Look, Geeks. Sooner or later, there’s gonna be a “Game of Thrones”-shaped hole in the TV schedule and creators are hustling to position themselves as the next can’t-miss fantasy drama. “Kingkiller Chronicle” is in development, Robert Jordan’s “Wheel of Time” is moving forward…and now the field is joined by “The Black Company” – Glen Cook’s dark fantasy/ military epic following an elite mercenary group in a world rich with intrigue and violence. Whedon-verse alum Eliza Dushku (“Buffy”, “Angel”, “Dollhouse”, and CBS’s “Bull”) will star in the pivotal role of the The Lady – a dark sorceress who joins the the Black Company. Five by five, says I. Continue reading “Eliza Dushku Enlists in “The Black Company””