Sessler’s Something — The Next-Generation of Console Wars
This week on Sessler’s …Something, we are on the cusp of THE NEXT GENERATION… of console wars. Before we dust off those pitchforks and sharpen those spears, is it really worth it to align ourselves with one particular manufacturer? Does one console HAVE to be better than the other, or is healthy competition a good thing? Can’t we all just get along?
Based on the Stephen King book of the same name, Under the Dome shows what happens to a town when it is covered by an impenetrable invisible dome. The mini-series features our favorite Oceanic pilot (Sorry, Grunberg) Jeff Fahey as the town Sheriff and our favorite DEA agent Dean Norris as the guy who may know a thing or two about what’s happening, and it’s all written for the small screen by Y: The Last Mancreator Brian K. Vaughn. This is the kind of event television we dream of. But why is everyone so confused about the dome? Did no one tell them it was all Homer Simpson’s fault for throwing pig feces in Lake Springfield?
The CBS mini-series premieres Monday June 24th. Find out more at UndertheDome.com
Felicia Day Welcomes You to Geek & Sundry Vlogs! (by Geek & Sundry Vlogs)
Hey guys! Today we launch a new pet project of mine: Geek and Sundry Vlogs channel! We’ve spent a few months now searching for the right voices to put on this channel, where vloggers will talk about all sorts of subjects: Comics, writing, thumb wrestling, Jeff Lewis from the Guild…things… We’ll be adding more over the summer (maybe you!)
Anyway, it’s a way for us to use the platform and grow new voices in geekdom rather than rely on celebrities. I really hope you like them, please SUBSCRIBE if you do, and if you like a particular vlogger make sure to share their video! They are starting from scratch so literally every view counts for them!
Many thanks for your support :)
Year One: Day Seventy Five
We have officially introduced Emerson to technology. Either we’re creating the next Steve Jobs or he’s gonna end up in jail for slapping a baby in the face in response to its coos and giggles.
Special appearance by Brees “WHERE IS THAT SOUND COMING FROM I’VE ALREADY LOST THE ATTENTION WAR TO ONE BABY NOW THERE ARE MULTIPLE NEWBORNS IN THE HOUSE?!?” Herter
In an alternate universe, these freakish Frankenstein Pokemon are real - check out our round up of some of the best, most horrifying Pokemon fusions on Tumblr.
Guilty Crown: The Complete Series - Available on BD/DVD Combo 8.27.13 - Trailer
A meteorite carrying a foreign virus crashes in Japan, leading to a devastating nation-wide infection and total anarchy. Several years later, Shu—a teen with a special ability awakened by the Apocalypse Virus—meets a strange girl who incites him to join the struggle against a government organization’s robotic forces and a secret society whose goal remains shrouded in mystery.
PlayStation 4 - See it First on 6/10/2013
RSVP to See it First at PlayStation’s E3 Press Conference live June 10, 2013 starting 6:00pm Pacific Time at http://us.playstation.com
Batman: Arkham Origins — Full Trailer
The game features an expanded Gotham City and introduces an original prequel storyline set several years before the events of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City.
Developer: WB Games Montreal
Publisher: Warner Brothers
Max Scoville’s Study Hall: Grand Theft Auto V
On this very special first episode of Max Scoville’s Study Hall, Mr. Scoville has prepared a selection of movie, book, and music recommendations that fit the tone of Rockstar Games’ upcoming open-world crime epic.
If you have any suggestions for other GTA V-related pop-culture for people to check out, or ideas for an episode of Study Hall, leave ‘em in the comments!
“HEAT” directed by Michael Mann
“To Live And Die In L.A.” directed by William Friedkin
“Jackie Brown” directed by Quentin Tarantino
“Rum Punch” “Glitz” “Swag” and “Maximum Bob” by Elmore Leonard
The “Parker” Series by Richard Stark
“Odgens’ Nut Gone Flake” by The Small Faces
“Skeletons” by Stevie Wonder
“Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?” by Waylon Jennings
“The Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line” by Waylon Jennings
“Radio Ga Ga” by Queen
“Love Kills” by Freddie Mercury
“Hood Gone Love It” by Jay Rock Feat. Kendrick Lamar
Various collaborations by the members of Black Hippy (Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock, Ab-Soul)