Remember that annoying YouTube series, Annoying Orange? It’s getting the television treatment, and thanks to Papercutz, it is getting the comic book treatment, too. Don’t believe us? Take the jump for a sneak peek!
BOOM! Studios will be at the New York Comic-Con this weekend, and will debut Bravest Warriors #1 and a launch party at Jim Hanley’s Universe.
There’s an upcoming series on the Nerdist YouTube channel that should be of particular interest to our good friend Rodrigo, and any other LARPERS out there. It looks interesting, and it could be a lot of fun
Have you been watching Just Cos on the Nerdist Channel of YouTube? It launched a couple of weeks ago, and so far, I’ve been enjoying their take on the world of cosplay.
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, Rodrigo gave a positive review of the MyMusic channel on YouTube. This week, instead of music, we present you with the first episode of MyMusic, that is tied to music, and brings a few laughs.
The Nerdist channel on YouTube has officially launched and Harry Knowles from Ain’t It Cool has his own show, that once again proves, that cool things can come with proper funding and some time.
Today at WonderCon, it was announced that Dark Horse would be bringing their most well-known characters to Felicia Day’s all-new YouTube channel, Geek & Sundry, beginning on April 2!
While it looks like something Iron Man would wear, it’s the X-Men that inspired this pyrotechnic wonder.Â I just hope Johnny Knoxville doesn’t get a hold of this.
Apparently that whole Mephisto wish has given Spider-Man a bit more time to pursue his other activities; namely running a rick-shaw around NYC and getting passengers to throw up.
Check out this fake trailer for Raider of the Lost Ark had it been made in the heyday of the Hollywood serials.
This “pre-make” is a mash-up of old trailers and clips found all over Youtube. It is not endorsed or connected to Paramount Pictures or Lucasfilm. It was made as a purely technical exercise and for laughs. Here is the recipe:
The 10 Commandments, Prince Valiant, Naked Jungle, Secret of the Incas, Jungle Queen, Zulu, Look to Lockheed for Leadership, Casablanca, The City of Brass, Mr. Moto takes a Vacation, Star in My Crown, A Pain in the Pullman, On Dangerous Ground, Patton, King Solomons Mines, Journey to the Center of the Earth, The Greatest Show on Earth, David and Bathsheba, The Screaming Skull, When You Know, Mysterious Mr. Moto, Lawrence of Arabia, Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and Superman at Bay.
We like World of Warcraft.Â We like Felicia Day.Â We like The Guild. We like music. Throw all these in a blender, set it to blend, then pour it into a non-tip child safe container, and toss it up on YouTube, and you end up with The Guild’s Do You Wanna Date My Avatar.
Check out the credit list, after the jump.