Felicia Day’s New Book: A Fascinating Story That’s Not Weird

Felicia Day’s memoir is finally here. It’s a great read about a girl who made her mark on the internet, but it also shows the fears and anxiety she endured on her road to success. The book also has a forward by Joss Whedon.

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. […]

A San Diego Comic Con 2014 Experience!

Get to know what a day at the Con is like!

Geek & Sundry Lounge Returning to Comic-Con

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

Review: Spooked 1.04 – “Exorschism”

Spooked wraps up its four-week run on Geek and Sundry as the crew battles a possessed college girl, and confronts a part of Connor’s past.

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 […]

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”

Interview: Amy Berg, showrunner of Caper

It’s said that crime does not pay. For four superheroes living together in Los Angeles, it has to pay if they’re going to pay the rent. That’s the premise behind Caper, which premiered this week on Geek and Sundry and Hulu. We have an interview with showrunner Amy Berg.

Trailer for Geek & Sundry’s “Caper”

Geek & Sundry’s latest series looks like it’s going to be fairly epic. But, you don’t have to take my word for it. Watch the trailer for yourself!