Chris Sparks, editor of the book, “Team Cul de Sac: Cartoonists Draw the Line at Parkinsons,” heads up an all-star panel of artists! Lincoln Peirce, Mark Tatulli, Lucas Turnbloom, Jenni and Matt Holm, Andrew Farago, Shaenon Garrity, and Rob Harrell talk about their pieces in the book and what the great Richard Thompson’s art and writing has meant to them.
What happens if you let your iPhone run your game? Turns out Siri is more hardcore than our own GDGM.
Check out this fan film that takes a look at The Joker.
Be aware, this is a rough cut of a feature length film, so you’re going to invest a good hour plus to get through it all.
During the San Diego Comic-Con a number of companies were recording video for uploads later. Though this one has been out for a while, Avengers: The Age of Ultron is still on everyone’s mind, so here’s Joss Whedon talking it up.
Since this is the big Wolverine weekend, why not rewind the clock and take a look at a great music video from Kirby Krackle that’s all about the guy who is the best at what he does… or something…
Some of you may be aware that I do a lot of work with Adobe After Effects – those of you who didn’t know that, now do. Because of this, I’m always on the lookout for cool things having to do with special effects. The Film Riot guys do great work and their latest episode walks you through how to do your own Wolver T Claws.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes arrives in 2014, which means there is plenty of time to hype the movie. Good thing there was a Hall H panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, and even better that someone recorded it and posted for all to see.
I think everyone at Major Spoilers HQ is excited about the upcoming LEGO Movie. There was a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, and it’s finally appeared online.
If you are wanting to know what happens next on NBC’s Community, you might get a few clues by watching the Community panel from the San Diego Comic-Con.
This week, Jason too another gander at every book from DC Comics released this week.
The full Breaking Bad panel that took place in Hall H during the San Diego Comic-Con has appeared online.
It’s an oldie, but a goodie, and with The Wolverine in theaters now, it’s a good time to revisit why Wolverine’s claws suck.