Farewell..... I'm tearing up... Attack of the Show and X-Play. TVGuide.com is reporting that the two long-running G4 series are coming to an end, as the cable undergoes a rebranding that will turn away from its geek-friendly past.
The final episodes of both will air in December, and leading up to the finale will be rotating guest co-hosts joining
current ATOS hosts Candace Bailey and Sara Underwood and X-Play hosts Morgan Webb and Blair Herter, including John Barrowman, Michael Ian Black, Josh Myers, Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel and Horatio Sanz.
TVGuide.com says both shows will have a series of farewell episodes that will include former guests and hosts returning, along with re-airing favorite segments from the past, including AOTS’s coverage of San Diego Comic-Con and X-Play’s E3 coverage.
"Attack of the Show and X-Play have been important for G4, and we want to acknowledge the creative people who have helped inspire and showcase the phenomenon of gamer culture," G4 Media general manager Adam Stotsky tells TV Guide. "With more than 3,000 episodes aired between them, we have more than enough great material to honor these innovators and their amazing contributions as we bring both shows to a close."
TVGuide.com says there is talk that G4 may be looking to partner with Esquire or another men’s magazine like GQ as it moves forward into “more upscale, sophisticated guy TV space.” The network may be renamed G4Men, among other possibilities.....That sounds...questionable.
Okay, I've watched G4 since 2006 With Kevin Perria, Olivia Munn, Adam Sessler, Morgan Webb, Kristen Holt/Adams, now the show has taken huge declines since then.... like really recently! but I stayed through... some of it, Well I guess thats done with, so what do think?
Did you care? Do you Care? If you do What will you miss? and what did you miss about the old days of G4?
At New York Comic Con, we got the big surprise news that Clark Gregg would be starring in Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. for ABC as Agent Phil Coulson, but we've still been waiting to hear who else would join him.
We now have our first additional cast member revealed, as Deadline reports that the original Street Fighter movie's Chun-Li, Ming-Na Wen (whose many other credits include Mulan and Stargate Universe), will be playing one of the lead roles: Melinda May.
According to Deadline, the character description says, "Soulful and slightly damaged by her combat experiences, Melinda is an ace pilot, a weapons expert and a soldier who can — and has — gone beyond the call of duty." In the original list of S.H.I.E.L.D characters, Melinda went by the name Agent Althea Rice, aka The Calvary.
Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen are writing the script to the S.H.I.E.L.D. pilot, with Joss Whedon expected to direct.
Its that time of Year again, Halloween! Where children dress up as their favorite characters, and grown women go out in the sexiest costume that won't get them arrested for looking like you are soliciting prostitution.... or that was the point. Anyway I'm going to tally up the most overly sexy Comic book outfits of 2012 for your significant other or your enjoyment.
More Still to come
All of these costumes (and hundreds more... seriously, it's like a black hole of sexy costumes over there) can be found at Yandy.com.
Which is the most ridiculous? Which is your favorite? What did I miss? Are there anymore costumes that need to be on this list? Let me know.
With the Series finale almost airing, and me seeing it almost 3 months ago, I was thinking what would season 3 be like, well the bots at the Comicbook Cast found some images that shows us what could've been.
Young Justice on the Cartoon Network schedule for the remainder of the month, DC Nation has been unofficially cancelled. WHAT THE HELL! They can't do that! What's going on? Young Justice and Green Lantern the Animated Series may be some of Cartoon Network's highest rated television programs, and they go ahead and do this!
All my rage is explained in this video....
Rage out I don't care what you say about Cartoon Network I want just feel the blood rage!
In the series premiere of The CW's Arrow this week, DC Comics fans got a very cool surprise in the form of a quickly-glimpsed mask seen on the island Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) was trapped on.
And we finnaly see the The Terminator himself, Slade Wilson, Deathstroke! While he never donned his costume, a character based on Deathstroke, Slade Wilson, previously appeared on Smallville.With a exclusive IGN photo below, Arrow is basing their version of the character very closely on his comic book incarnation.
What do you think? Deathstroke is also in Young Justice Invasion. He's Everywhere!
As Amy and Rory departed Doctor Who at the end of the mid-series finale The Angels Take Manhattan, we were left wondering how Rory's dad Brian would take the news. A firm fan favorite despite only being introduced in the second episode of this season, Brian Williams (Harry Potter's Mark Williams) never got to say goodbye to his son and daughter-in-law.
Well, it seems like scriptwriter Chris Chibnall had originally planned to give Brian what they call 'closure,' as a new clip released today by the BBC reveals. Reconstructed using animated storyboards and voice overs, this epilogue entitled P.S. gives the one-time Who companion a fitting (and emotional) send off, which you can watch below.
Variety reports that The Descendants' Shailene Woodley is in early talks to play MJ in Amazing Spider-Man 2 for director Marc Webb. The film is about to start casting, and Woodley is said to be Sony's top choice for the role. The first film's Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone will of course be returning as Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy.
Also talks that Electro might be considered and Harry Osborn has been dropped in the cast.
Look what I've found for you guys, the first look of Viper, a known Captain America character, in the upcoming The Wolverine, so what do you guys think of this comment below, here is the video of it from The ComicBookCast!