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March 20, 2014 | 4:41 p.m.

‘Spooked’: Paranormal digital series premieres April 16

A possessed sorority girl is one of the challenges that faces the team in "Spooked." (Katrina Marcinowski & Jason Boulanger / Bad Hat Harry/Geek & Sundry)
In “Spooked,” a new digital series arriving next month, ghosts, aliens and other mysterious beings create havoc for the Paranormal Investigation Team, a group of four intrepid researchers exploring haunted locations across the country. A co-production between Bad Hat Harry and Geek & Sundry and executive produced by Bryan Singer and Felicia Day, the new series stars Julian Curtis, Ashley Johnson, Neil Grayston, Derek Mio and Shyloh Oostwald. It will premiere April 16 (10 a.m. PDT / 1 p.m. EDT) on Hulu, Hulu Plus subscription service and YouTube, and the premiere will arrive as the first of four weekly 22-minute episodes. The first episode will see the team look into a poltergeist’s efforts to undermine his daughter’s marriage and will feature guest stars Dichen Lachman and Alison Haislip. Tom Lenk, Constance Wu, and Nancy Linehan Charles will guest star in later episodes. […]
Jan. 28, 2014 | 4:00 p.m.

‘Caper’ trailer: Web series sends rogue superheroes on a heist

'Caper' Web series (featured image)
When being a superhero doesn’t pay the bills, a crime-fighting team turns to more roguish tactics in “Caper,” a new Web series out next month. Hero Complex readers get a first look at the trailer for “Caper” (watch it below), coming in February from Felicia Day’s multimedia company and YouTube network Geek & Sundry. “Caper” is the brainchild of writer and producer Amy Berg, known for her work on “Eureka,” “Person of Interest” and “Leverage,” and Mike Sizemore, who wrote the stage adaptation of “Howl’s Moving Castle.” The Web series centers on a group of friends whose superheroics fall short of paying the rent. The motley misfits decide to plan a heist — with some good-guy caveats, of course. Nobody is to get hurt, and only those who deserve it will be robbed. The series combines live-action and animation, using […]
July 21, 2013 | 4:43 p.m.

Comic-Con nightlife, as told by Kit Harington, Felicia Day and more

Lana Parrilla
With San Diego’s Comic-Con International expanding nearly every year, the annual pop culture convention has also accommodated the flourishing nightlife. “I understand that San Diego Comic-Con is like the Detroit Auto Show,” said “Banshee” actress Lily Simmons. “Sure, other places can have an auto show, but it’s not the Detroit Auto Show. “ While the city’s boisterous Gaslamp Quarter bustled with convention-goers and other Saturday night patrons, Hollywood took on its fair share of lavish events. “It’s just kind of insane,” said “Game of Thrones” actress Esme Bianco. “I think there’s a scale of everything that’s kind of amazing to me. A couple people have warned me that it’s big. Everyone’s right!” FULL COVERAGE: San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Bianco, who played the upward-climbing courtesan Ros on the HBO series, said she party-hopped quite a bit over the weekend, starting off […]
July 11, 2013 | 8:00 a.m.

Felicia Day to bring gaming lounge, cosplay prom to Comic-Con

Felica Day, Geek & Sundry Comic-Con plans
Felicia Day and her Geek & Sundry team are game on for Comic-Con. Geek & Sundry, Day’s multimedia company and YouTube network, on Tuesday unveiled its slate of San Diego activities, including a tabletop and video game lounge a block from the convention, a “Star Trek Catan” tournament, a book signing, a cosplay prom party and, of course, a panel at the convention itself, during which the network will announce several new Web series. Hero Complex readers get an exclusive first look at Day’s Comic-Con announcement in the video above. The Geek & Sundry lounge, where most of the events are being held, is located at Jolt n Joe’s in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, across the street from the waterfront convention center. The lounge, which will be open to the public Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. each day, will feature exclusive video games […]
March 25, 2013 | 1:28 p.m.

10 board games for TableTop Day: Felicia Day’s team wants you to play

In honor of International TableTop Day on March 30, Felicia Day's Geek & Sundry team -- who produce Wil Wheaton's Web series "TableTop" -- are giving Hero Complex readers its list of must-have games. Click through the gallery to check out all 10.
Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton and the “TableTop” team over at Geek & Sundry are hoping that their zeal for board games is contagious. Day’s multimedia company and YouTube channel Geek & Sundry have dubbed Saturday (March 30) International TableTop Day, teaming up with game stores and major publishers, including Asmodee Editions, Days of Wonder, Indie Boards & Cards, Mayfair Games and Wizards of the Coast, to host the event — a sort of worldwide gaming open house. People interested in trying new games or meeting other gamers can sign up at TableTopDay.com to attend free events at game shops or to host their own gaming event. In the meantime, the Geek & Sundry team have provided Hero Complex readers with its top 10 board games list — five games for players coming from popular classic games, and five games for players […]
March 07, 2013 | 6:15 a.m.

International TableTop Day: Wil Wheaton wants you to play board games

Wil Wheaton, second from right and guests "Prince of Persia" video game actor Yuri Lowenthal, "Naruto" actor Tara Platt and YouTube personality Andre the Black Nerd play "Castle Panic" in an episode of "TableTop." (Whil Wheaton / Geek & Sundry)
Wil Wheaton, Felicia Day and the group behind the weekly web series “TableTop” are hoping to take their fervor for board games global with a March 30 event they’ve dubbed International TableTop Day. Day’s multimedia company and YouTube channel Geek & Sundry are teaming up with local game stores and major publishers, including Asmodee Editions, Days of Wonder, Indie Boards & Cards, Mayfair Games and Wizards of the Coast, to host the event — a sort of worldwide gaming open house. People interested in trying new games or meeting other gamers can sign up at TableTopDay.com to attend free events at game shops or to host their own gaming event. The event comes after the success of the “TableTop” series, hosted by Wheaton, of “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “The Big Bang Theory” fame. The show, which launched last April, […]
March 18, 2012 | 6:29 p.m.

WonderCon 2012: Felicia Day unveils a fanboy’s dream

Felicia Day, the apple of many a fanboy’s eye and creator of the hit Web series “The Guild,” unveiled her next venture into online entertainment at WonderCon on Saturday. Along with a panel of colleagues with plenty of geek cred, Day introduced Geek & Sundry, her new YouTube channel. Five new shows plus Season 5 of “The Guild” will begin airing on the site in April. Day was full of enthusiasm on the panel as she chatted about the project (and she admitted that she “started crying to Pearl Jam on the way down” to Anaheim). “Every single show is like a piece of love,” she said. “We’re really excited to create a whole new community around these shows.” Before the panel kicked off, fans watched the trailer for Geek & Sundry’s lineup, which is now available to view on […]
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