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Friends and fellow geeks — We're shutting up shop and heading to the great arcade in the sky.

Our friends over at MTV News will provide continued coverage of ComicCon, your favorite geek movies, video games and more. Thanks to everyone for the great run.

So long, and thanks for all the fish.


When you're a famous internet cat like Lil BUB, and you're in town for a short time, what's first on your agenda? Coming by the MTV Geek offices to dish about outer space, tattoos - and do a geektastic photo shoot, natch! Plus: what's it like to have your own book, movie, and TV show? AND what does she think about Miley Cyrus' twerktastic VMA performance hashtag controversial??? All this plus an EXCLUSIVE behind-the-scenes look at the photo shoot: Read More...

I Think I'm Gonna Like it Here - SPN season 9 preview

by Katherine Erlikh

Hi there. Are you an avid Destiel shipper? Are you hoping Dean Winchester and Castiel will just get on with it and kiss already? Do you wield your pen and paper to bring them together, again and again in most tragically fluffy ways possible? No? Okay, then this is probably not the post for you. However, if you are part of the navy that sails Destiel across the seven seas, this will probably be interesting for you. Here's a very unscientific statistical analysis of "Supernatural" fans and their outlook on the future of Destiel in season 9. Interested? Read on to learn all about it!



Image belongs to Sir Patrick Stewart (@SirPatStew)

By Amber Lena

Welcome to the Geek Tweet Recap, where we bring you the best tidbits from your favorite geek personalities. Read More...


File this under "a mile of suspicion," "likely PR stunt," and "guess work by one Tesla superfan."

Recently, webcomic creator, noted litigator, and noted Tesla-ologist The Oatmeal (AKA Matthew Inman) was invited by Disney to their Burbank studio to consult on their upcoming film "Tomorrowland." The Brad Bird-directed film--which was teased during Disney's D23 event--involves a lost city of misfit scientists including Nicola Tesla and Thomas Edison. Think "BioShock" for kids.

Anyway, during his visit, which Inman details on his blog, it seems he saw enough to become at least partially convinced that Disney was using him as shore up ideas for a Tesla film.


Welcome to MTV Geek's daily round-up of all things GEEK from the weird, wild world of the web! Got a cool link? Share it with us on Twitter at!


by Katherine Erlikh

Welcome to the Daily Geek! Have your towels handy, it's going to be a bumpy ride!



by Katherine Erlikh

BEHOLD! A lovely cosplay of Tohka Yatogami from the post-apocalyptic anime and graphic novel "Date A Live" has crossed my dash today, and I thought you really needed to see it, because it's lovely. Not that I know anything about the series, mind you - I don't. I just thought the editing on the photos and the costume design were very well done. The cosplayer is Deviantart user Yuki Godbless. Even if you know nothing about the series, you should totally stare at these photos for a while and appreciate the work that's gone into them, because they're gorgeous. See more photos below the cut!


Welcome to MTV Geek's weekly roundup of the best fanart we've spotted! Seen a great geek artwork? Share it with us on Twitter at!


by Katherine Erlikh

We're kind of going to try a new thing here today - a weekly post dedicated to awesome, geeky artwork, because I find way too much of it and half of it never gets the attention it deserves. So,  sit back, relax, and let your eyeballs be caressed by stunning visuals and pretty drawings.



In late 2012, renowned artist Jamal Igle conducted a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign to fund production of Molly Danger, an original creator-owned all-ages superhero graphic novel.  Now, one year later, Igle has partnered with publisher Action Lab Entertainment (publisher of such acclaimed kid-friendly titles as Princeless and Skyward), and is preparing for the wide release of Molly Danger Vol. 1 – so we jumped at the chance to speak with him about this book, his inspirations, and his plans for the future. Read More...


Valiant Comics will meld the best of old and new next January, when 'Bloodshot And The H.A.R.D. Corps' authors Christos Gage and Joshua Dysart are joined for a very special two-issue story by one of the artists most identified with Valiant's 1990s heyday, the legendary Bart Sears.  We spoke to co-writer Gage about this upcoming storyline, his creative process, working with Sears, and some other related topics...  And we've teamed with our friends at Valiant to give MTV Geek readers an exclusive first look at Lewis Larosa's alternate cover to 'Bloodshot And The H.A.R.D. Corps' #18, the complete solicitation info for that same issue, and some previously unseen interior art for next month's #15.  (And for the sake of reference and reminiscing, we've also thrown in one of Sears' classic 90s pages from X-O Manowar.) Read More...


With the news that Fox is fast-tracking "Gotham," a drama based on the Batman-less adventures of a younger Jim Gordon, we thought we'd look at some reasons why Gotham's top cop will be fascinating to watch--even without the Caped Crusader around.



Welcome back to MTV Geek's New Comic Book Day Pull-List, where we look at the best new releases to hit comic shops, and point you at the books you should be reading.

It's a rather hectic time around Geek Review HQ, and as we brace ourselves for the onset of colder weather, we've been snowed under by a massive amount of incredible comics...  So in an attempt to catch up and point out some wonderful things you may have missed, we're taking a quick look at some books released over the last couple weeks by Marvel and Image Comics. Read More...


Earlier this year, Locke & Key creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez met in Miami to work together, in person, on the ending of their award-winning, critically acclaimed comic series Locke and Key... For the first time ever. We were lucky enough to capture the moment(s) on camera, and can now share them with you - as well as a look into the creative process that makes their collaboration unique. And don't miss Part 1!



'Locke & Key' has almost wound its way to a close at IDW and we've got series creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez - as well as editor Chris Ryall - on hand to explain some of the mysteries of the long-running comic as it goes out with a bang - and be warned, there's major spoilers for the series so far. And don't miss Part 2!


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It's real but it's not.

Image belongs to Karen Gillan (@KarenGillan2)

By Amber Lena

Welcome to the daily Geek Tweet Recap, where we bring you the best geeky tweets from the past 24 hours.


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