With the announcement of Doctor Who's new star imminent, rumors have been swirling that 'The Thick Of It' star Peter Capaldi may be taking over the TARDIS in Matt Smith's stead. Well, as several leaked script pages from the first episode featuring the Twelfth Doctor have come into MTV Geek's hands - from an unnamed source - we can confirm that it's looking even more likely that's true.

Not only that, but we can also confirm a radical change in not just the direction of the show, but the setting, and the tone:



As just announced at Star Wars Celebration in Germany, Season 5 of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" is coming to Blu-Ray and DVD on October 15th! Check out the trailer below:




I encountered Godzilla at San Diego Comic-Con, and lived to tell the tale. And, in the coming days (well, as long as you’re in SD), you can too, thanks to Legendary PicturesGodzilla Encounter.

There’s a couple of crucial steps to meeting the King of All Monsters face to face (literally – we’ll get to that in a second), but because I’m a swanky dude, Legendary was nice enough to invite me and a few other members of the press to their installation located somewhere in the San Diego area.

Spoiler: it’s pretty close to the Convention Center, and looks like it was swiped by Godzilla, but WHO KNOWS WHERE IT IS???

In any case, after being picked up in black cars outfitted with atomic monster fighting shields, we were whisked over to the installation area. On the way, the car played a disturbing medley of siren noises, and warnings that an atomic monster had been sighted in the area. Then we parked, and were quickly ushered into the warehouse by agitated “police” warning us that the monster was near. Read More...





I guess if they came out and told you, it wouldn’t be that secret. But as teased throughout today’s issue of DC Comics Justice League of America, there’s a mystery behind the leader of the Secret Society of Super-Villains. We’re going to speculate on twelve likely identities for the mystery man, but first, here’s the clues as we know them (and spoilers for JLA #5, natch):



If there's one thing we know about Marvel Studios, its that they like guys named Chris: Chris Hemsworth as Thor; Chris Evans as Captain America; and Chris Pratt as Starlord in the upcoming "Guardians of The Galaxy." So with rumors swirling about Marvel's Phase 2 - and Phase 3 - films, we decided to guess which people named "Chris" Marvel will cast in their next round of blockbuster hits:



With San Diego Comic-Con just around the corner, it's time to make like a drug store on Christmas, and start pushing the Valentine's Day merch: WeLoveFine is hosting a contest that could send you to New York Comic-Con... That is, if you can design the most chimichanga-riffic Deadpool T-shirt ever.

Up until July 9th, shoot over to WeLoveFine's site with your best pic of the Merc With a Mouth, and professional t-shirt judgers Gerry Duggan and Brian Posehn will determine whether YOU have what it takes to go to the Javits Center. Currently, Rob Liefeld has entered 33 times... So what I'm saying is, you still have a shot.

Here's the official info:


Put down your roasted aurochs, 'Game of Thrones' fans, because not only do we finally have a release date for the Third Season of HBO's hit show on Blu-Ray/DVD/Digital Download... But also, for the first time, YOU get to decide what the box art should look like!

Okay, so you might have to wait longer to actually snag the set, than vote on its look: Game of Thrones®: The Complete Third Season will hit stores everywhere sporting the above dragon-shadow box on February 18th, 2014. Which is sad, because we really wanted to celebrate Valentine's Day by just watching Theon's arc again, and again, and again. But starting right now, you can head over to Game of Thrones' Facebook page to vote for the Best Buy Exclusive box art.

Oh, you want a sneak peak at what it might look like, you say? Here you go: Read More...



Hope you guys have nothing planned at San Diego Comic-Con, because Warner Brothers TV is going to eat up all of your time. They've got seventeen - perfect for their demographic, don't you think - shows attending the Con, including Supernatural, Arrow, Beware the Batman, and way, way more.

Check out the full list, and their official release teasing more surprises, below: Read More...


By Steven Smith

The excitement I feel for the upcoming Guillermo del Toro film Pacific Rim can only be described as Dark Knight level proportions. I have been jonesing for big metal robots laying the smackdown on these kaiju since I first heard rumblings in the geek world. THEN we got to sit down with the honorable Guillermo himself and the nerd the fudge out at New York Comic-Con. His love for all the old “Man in suit” films from Japan was inescapable. I thought I was a fan before (Hellboy, Hellboy, Hellboy 2) but now I was target locked and ready to rock like a Jaeger.

I love robots. I always have, R2-D2 and C-3P0 are the ones you’d think I would say awakened my love for them but I trace it back to Disney’s The Black Hole. I couldn’t tell you item one what that movie was about but I remember all three robots, V.I.N.CENT, B.O.B., and Maximilian. I’m pretty sure I have a Maximilian action figure floating around somewhere. These robots were the first who made an impression on me when I realized I cared more about the them getting hurt than the human characters, and no, not in a sentimental Ewok way.

I also love me some Kaiju. The Godzilla movies were a staple in my house as well as Gamera. Godzilla versus Mecha-Godzilla is a personal favorite but I also like the first Gorija with his honor Raymond Burr. I knew it was a guy in a suit but my belief was suspended from on high and again, though humans got hurt I always found myself rooting for the monster. This feeling will be tested during Pacific Rim, but not by much. Read More...


Our friends over at BBC America gave us a heads up that they were hanging out with our friends at Improv Everywhere, and while goofing around and getting tipsy at a bar were all like, "Hey, what if we made a video together? That would be fun." Then they got some of THEIR friends, grabbed a few cameras, and transformed an entire bar into a scene straight out of the 1860's, complete with bar fights, prostitutes, and a band. Just a regular Saturday night in Brooklyn: Read More...


Whether you're for it, against it, or ambivalent, Star Wars: Episode VII is coming - and soon, if a recently leaked casting announcement is to be believed. And rather than let Lucasfilm, J.J. Abrams, and the rest determine who will be the next Han Solo, or Luke Skywalker might be, we thought we'd throw a few hats into the ring. Here's our best guesses as to which actors will get cast in Star Wars 7: Here we Go Again: Read More...


DC Comics' Batgirl/Robin: Year One trade collection hits stores on June 25th, but you can take a gander at the amazing development art by Marcos Martin and Javier Pulido right now. Seriously, it's so good, I wish the duo were drawing a regular title: Read More...


And now, a potential game-changer: NYC comic book store Midtown Comics has announced local comic book delivery on Wednesdays. In a city willing to pay $3000 for 10 cronuts, this seems like a no-brainer; but what's most fascinating is that this hits squarely between visiting your local shop, and a subscription service... And most importantly, seems like a shot across the bow at the convenience of digital services like Comixology.

Here's the official release from Midtown and Zipments, the service that's making this all possible: Read More...

Worlds... Colliding... Stan Lee, who I think you know as the creator of the Marvel Universe, and Gene Roddenberry, who you probably know as the creator of Star Trek, cross over for the first time since that Star Trek/X-Men comic you probably forgot about in 'Trek Nation'. The documentary details Gene's son Rod traveling the country to find out more about his father's legacy. In this exclusive clip from the film, you can hear Mr. Excelsior himself talk about the lasting impact of Mr. Finalfrontier: Read More...

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