San Diego Comic Con 2018 is coming soon and Nerdist, Geek & Sundry, and Alpha have a star-studded panel line-up ready to go.
Fans asked for it and it is finally here: your chance to own Critical Role minis. We learned last week that Critical Role would be getting an upgrade including moving to its own studio. That news was exciting in and of itself. However, more exciting news came down this week. As of […]
With the first official season under its belt, SKAM Austin has come to a conclusion on Facebook Watch. If you aren’t familiar, SKAM Austin is the US version of the wildly popular Norwegian television series, SKAM, or translated into English as Shame. It swept the country and then the world […]
Congrats to the cast and crew of Critical Role for your latest success. Critters – don’t forget to keep loving each other: your hearts power this show, too.
It comes down to something Marisha Ray said on Talks Machina about the Critical Role episode: these stories teach us something about ourselves and when we find something in a story that provokes a feeling we should take a step back and explore it.
Critical Role‘s very heart and soul comes down to spreading love, joy, and resources to those who need them both within and outside of their immediate fans. Here’s hoping the Critical Role charity work approach catches on like wildfire in other fandoms!
Critical Role: Heartfelt Storytelling Comes from a Bunch of Nerdy Ass Voice Actors Playing Dungeons & Dragons
Critical Role is amazing and if you have any interest in Dungeons & Dragons, good storytelling, improv, or need a good laugh and cry, you should watch it. This article is going to endeavor to crack the secret sauce that made Critical Role’s first campaign so endearing and why it continues to be a hit.
Nerdophiles got a chance to interview Danielle Bainbridge, the star in PBS’ brainy new webseries, The Origin of Everything. The show explores the historical beginnings of everything from the hashtag to scary clowns. Each episode is incredibly well-researched and the production value is stellar – the visuals and animations alone […]
Wyatt Cenac Brings Comedy & Commentary to the Superhero Genre with His New Webseries, ‘aka Wyatt Cenac’
Wyatt Cenac was my favorite correspondent on The Daily Show. Now I can get my Wyatt Cenac fix again from his new webseries, aka Wyatt Cenac. All six episodes are out now on Topic.com, and they tell the story of Wyatt, aka The Vicecroy, aka Brooklyn’s neighborhood vigilante. I got to […]