You may remember a few weeks ago we had our friend Chris Bromby on the podcast to talk about his work on the video game for Wii based on Tron: Legacy. At that time he mentioned that there was a…
The television series for Brian Michael Bendis’ detective comic “Powers” has finally been given a green light and will appear next year on FX! Languishing in development hell for ages, nobody ever thought powers would make it to the small screen
Spartacus: Blood and Sand immerses you into the world of the gladiator. Thirteen episodes of blood, nudity, and an amazing plot sets the show above many others on TV. Be warned, however, Spartacus is not for the fragile.
G4’s new reality series Jump City Seattle follows Seattle’s best free runners and their incredibly ninja like behavior. Check out these amazing athletes in action on Conan ,and ask yourself, “Do we really need a CG Spiderman?”
The internet exploded this morning with information so amazing, it can simply be described as “epic”. One of our favorite nerds, Felicia Day has been hinting at a #secretproject for weeks now, but details have been scant at best. Well this morning, bright and early, the bomb was dropped. Felicia Day was approached by Bioware to create a web-series based on their Dragon Age franchise! This was something I wasn’t aware that I really wanted until it actually existed, sort of like sweet and spicy Doritos (soooo good)
A preview for Fox’s Terra Nova aired during the big game this past week. How soon until it will be cancelled?
We've said it numerous times before, but Community is the best show on TV right now. Better than your HBO dramas, your reality TV, and I'll say it...better then 30 Rock (GASP!). I know I am a huge proponent of…
Have a look at this picture just taken from the London Toy Fare. That’s right, this is the first image taken of the all new Thundercats.
AICN reports that David E. Kelly’s wonder woman has been ordered to pilot by NBC. David E. Kelly is best known for legal dramas such as Alley McBeal and L.A. Law (note: that means Los Angeles, not Spanish for “The”).
I remember lining up all day in Tampa to see the Phantom Menace on opening day. The conditions at the theater were terrible: Broken AC, blurry lens, and a terrible crowd. I ended up leaving the theater feeling a bit drained, like someone had siphoned the “force” right out of me. The movie wasn’t what I was expecting, but there was one thing I loved about the phantom menace and that was Liam Neeson’s portrayal of Qui-Gon Jin.
NBC has new heroes. No not those heroes, but some other ones on the new TV series, The Cape. The Cape stars David Lyons as the good-cop-turned-super-hero. The show treads a dangerous line of being comic-y to the point of seeming insincere, but if you can get into that head space, it is worth watching.
I owe Attack of the Show a lot (No, G4 doesn’t pay my bills or anything like that). What AOTS does do, is keep me sane. The self proclaimed “…only source for all the stuff you care about” is about to undergo a massive relaunch, and we here at Nerd Appropriate could not be more excited.