Posts tagged kickstarter
EEEEKKK!!! My first reaction was squealing with joy when I heard of a possible Chuck Movie. Chuck Bartowski had a very large group of loyal fans, becoming a cult hit and rose from the dead after being cancelled at point thanks to the viewers. I myself was a huge fan of the show and watched it all More >
With the success of 2007′s cancelled cult hit Veronica Mars being turned into a movie (thanks to Kickstarter and the fans), fans are looking into Kickstarter to renew their beloved cancelled shows like Firefly and The Sarah Connor Chronicles (okay, the last one is me).
Number one on the list of More >
The Veronica Mars Movie project has been funded – and then some!!!
Creator Rob Thomas tweeted on the goal:
Marshnmallows (VM fans) have made Kickstarter history raising $2 million within the FIRST day of starting their campaign – not even 12 More >
Hello all Marshmallows (Veronica Mars fans)!
It has been over five years when Veronica Mars went off the air. As a huge fan of the series, I was devastatingly disappointed. I know how it sounds at first – a high school blonde detective solving crime? – lame. But it’s not. This show was written More >
There are a few major tragedies in the game industry, and the Shenmue series fits in as one of the most well known among gaming enthusiasts. With a production cost of around $64 million (adjusted for inflation), Shenmue on the Dreamcast needed to sell big to make up for its lavishly detailed More >
For years it has been argued if Batman can be considered a superhero. Obviously, one of the biggest arguments is that he is human and doesn’t have any super powers. Granted, so does Tony Stark except for the fact that he has the Iron Man armor. Something that Batman doesn’t have, albeit all the More >
It’s already 2013 and I’m still backed up on games. Yes I know this sounds like a personal problem, but there are a lot of new games constantly being released by Indie game developers, and it’s damn hard trying to catch up!
One of the great things that’s occurring nowadays is the “kickstarter”. More >
Do you recognize this woman?
I’m a Star Trek fan and I never knew Susan Oliver outside of being an Orion slave girl.
George Pappy (Showtime’s A Few Options) is writing and directing a documentary about Susan Oliver – prolific actress, original member of the AFI Directing Workshop for Women, More >
Growing up with Star Trek: The Next Generation, I always wanted to walk on the bridge of the NCC-1701-D. I was devastated when it was demolished in Star Trek Generations. My one chance to walk on the set of the bridge was destroyed.
That was until this project came to my attention.
In late 2011, More >
We’ve all seen or purchased gun controllers and probably felt they could have been better. For the hardcore FPS gamer, you know you want to be the best. Games have become more immersible as the technology that drives them keeps pushing the limits to greater heights. But what has stayed the same or More >
Renowned Japanese Animation, Production I.G. (Ghost in the Shell, Jin-Roh, Animated sequences of Kill Bill), started a Kickstarter today looking to fund a 10-minute original short named Kick-Heart. Helmed by director Masaaki Yuasa, the project is an experiment to see if crowdsourcing is a viable More >
Anyone looking at Kickstarter these last couple of weeks could have seen this brand new open source gaming console; that’s right open source. This Android-based box has been designed by the same people that created the Jambox.
What’s so special about this is the free-to-play model borrowed from More >
Like playing RPGs and the Cyberpunk genre? Let me tell you about a game that is currently on Kickstarter called Project Lodus. It is being developed by Leviathan Interactive, and just like many on the Kickstarter site, they need our help to get their work produced. I met the crew during E3 and More >
Andy Whitfield, star of Spartacus: Blood and Sand, was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 39 and lost the battle 18 months later.
He was first diagnosed after season one of Starz’s Spartacus had finished and went into treatment. The results showed the cancer was in remission, until More >