Wil Wheaton’s New RPG Premieres Today!

Wil Wheaton’s highly anticipated RPG series Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana premieres the first episodes today on Geek & Sundry! The series features cast members Hank Green (VlogBrothers), Laura Bailey (Avengers Assemble), Alison Haslip (Attack of the Show) and Yuri Lowenthal (Ben 10, Big Hero 6) in 10 episodes airing exclusively on Geek & Sundry every Tuesday. […]

New Wil Wheaton RPG Series

Wil Wheaton’s TableTop takes it to the next level with a 10-week webseries launched by his Kickstarter project. Mark your calendars!

Geek & Sundry Lounge Returning to Comic-Con

The Geek & Sundry Lounge will be hosting its third year at 2014 Comic-Con International: San Diego!

WonderCon Anaheim 2014

See Felicia Day & Wil Wheaton’s Geek & Sundry panel and Jane Espenson’s Husbands panel this evening at WonderCon Anaheim.

Review – Caper Season Finale: Were The Good Guys Bad Enough?

Geek and Sundry’s first scripted series, “Caper” ended its first season this week. It turns out the rogue superheroes might wind up saving the day, because of what’s really in the Clarke Industries vault.

Felicia Day, Bryan Singer Getting Us All “Spooked”

Geek & Sundry and Bad Hat Harry announced yesterday (Mar. 20) that they are launching Spooked, a weekly paranormal-comedy series executive produced by Felicia Day and Bryan Singer. “It’s been a thrill to expand our digital portfolio with Spooked on Hulu and collaborate with Felicia and her team,” commented Bryan Singer. “With Spooked we developed […]

Comic Patrol w/ Bryant the Comic Book Slayer – 3.14.14

“Comic Patrol” is a regular feature pointing out articles, previews, and tidbits relating to the Whedon comic-verse! Greetings, comic book sniffers! Here’s your weekly dose of Whedon geek news – sequential art style! Buffy: Season 10 #1 hits comic stands next Wednesday, so don’t miss out!!! ‘Till the end of the world, Bryant the Comic […]

Review: Caper 1.03- “Psycho Path”

Now that a group of superheroes have decided to be bad guys, how do they learn to be bad? Even if it’s to stand against a company that’s even worse?

Interview with Abby Miller from Geek and Sundry’s Caper

Whedonopolis interviewed Abby Miller, who plays Penny and the Machine, in Geek and Sundry’s new superheroes-gone-rogue show, “Caper”

Review: Caper 1.01 & 1.02 – “City of Angles” and “The Kilt Brahs”

Geek & Sundry’s first scripted series, Caper, unveiled its first two episodes this week. It’s a good start to a story about rogue super heroes who need to make ends meet.