ICv2: THE BUSINESS OF GEEK CULTURE
Plus 'Titansgrave' Season 2
August 3, 2015

At Gen Con, Wil Wheaton announced a fourth season of the popular web series TableTop, as well as a second season for the Titansgrave RPG spin-off show.

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'The Goon,' 'Fear Agent,' and 'Flash Gordon'
August 3, 2015
At Gen Con, Pinnacle Entertainment Group announced three licensed comic properties will be adapted into Savage Worlds roleplaying games: The Goon, Flash Gordon, and Fear Agent
From Marvel Entertainment
August 3, 2015
A new release in the Disney Kingdoms line, this new series will bring the world of Figment into the present day.
As Lawsuit Settled
August 3, 2015
The lawsuit between Wizards of the Coast parent Hasbro and Sweetpea Entertainment, which had the rights to Dungeons & Dragons films, has been settled.
Of New Animated Series
August 3, 2015
The new teaser for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy shows more of the characters, primarily in action.
In 'Fear the Walking Dead' Teaser
August 3, 2015
The new teaser shows power failing in Los Angeles as disorder grows.
Riffs On Teaser Trailer Tropes
August 3, 2015
Twentieth Century Fox has released an R-rated teaser video for Deadpool , which, unsurprisingly, makes fun of teaser trailers.
Plus 'Big Trouble,' and 'Pack of Lies'
August 3, 2015
Upper Deck announced three upcoming releases at its Saturday night party at Gen Con.
Plus Character Packs
August 3, 2015
Return to Hoth, a new large-box expansion for Star Wars: Imperial Assault, along with associated Ally and Villain Packs.
Column by Scott Thorne
August 2, 2015
This week, Thorne looks at the Talk Back about his recent pre-release column, and hits some Gen Con high points.
Week of August 4, 2015
August 2, 2015
This week’s home entertainment releases include Insurgent , Far From the Madding Crowd , the latest season of Orphan Black , Strike Back , a new J.K. Rowling miniseries, the second half of the Turn A Gundam anime, and the first season of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. TV series.
But Can't Best 'Guardians'
August 2, 2015
Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation surpassed expectations as it easily took the weekend box office crown with $56 million, while the remake of National Lampoon’s Vacation disappointed.
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