Alan Tudyk

Review: Rogue One

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Review: Rogue One

Last year when The Force Awakens came out Star Wars fans felt like they had been given a gift from the nerd gods and also an apology for the prequels. Hate it or love it, The Force Awakens brought back Star Wars in a big way. Giving us a new, yet familiar story, for all generations to enjoy. If Force Awakens was the movie you waited for to remind you of the joy you can have in the Star Wars universe, then Rogue One is the movie you have been waiting 30 years for. Because it’s one of the best Star Wars films made, ranking right next to Empire.

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 19: Firefly

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Lost in Sci-Fi: Episode 19: Firefly

This week Leland and Elizabeth get way lost in Joss Whedon’s “space western” show, Firefly. The little show that was taken way too early but got itself a movie and huge fan base. The crew breaks down their favs: characters and episodes. It’s a fun episode filled with lots of love towards the show, and towards Nathan Fillion himself, and how we’re still mad about Wash. So please download and huzzah with us.  Read On

Review: Spectrum #0 from Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion

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Review: Spectrum #0 from Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion

On Free Comic Book Day (Saturday May 7!) we’ll finally get to see Spectrum. Not a preview or a handful of pages, but a full-length issue from writers Alan Tudyk and PJ Haarsma and artist Sarah Stone, the artist of Transformers: Windblade, so I was throwing my money at them as soon as I heard that last tidbit. Except I don’t have to throw money, because it’s free. See below for the review!

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Tudyk and Fillion launch comic book series “Spectrum”

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Tudyk and Fillion launch comic book series “Spectrum”

When Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion crowd-funded their hit web series Con Man last April, the sci-fi fan-favorite actors struck a chord: a 735%-funded campaign at $3.2M that quickly became the largest crowd-funded web series in history. Now, the record-breaking duo are lending this magic to a comic book series. Spectrum, based on the show-within-a-show featured in Con Man, debuts on Free Comic Book Day next May at comic book stores nationwide.

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