Today, we interview Tiffany Chu, who plays the AI embodied in a human-like robot body in Artificial, Twitch's interactive Science Fiction webseries, which ended its 3rd season last week Created by Bernie Su and Evan Mandery, the series follows a group of scientists as they create artificial intelligence in the form of a robot and[...]
Today, we interview Bernie Su, the co-creator and showrunner of Artificial, Twitch's interactive Science Fiction webseries, which ended its third season last week The series follows a group of scientists as they create artificial intelligence in the form of a robot and try to guide its education and evolution towards sentience The Twitch audience is[...]
And so, Quentin Lee and I reached the end of production on all 8 episodes of Comisery, our Science Fiction Comedy webseries about a group of Asian-American friends on webchat living through an alien virus invasion I still haven't come down from it There's a feeling of withdrawal whenever production ends You've been at it[...]
We head into the penultimate episode of Comisery, the Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy webseries that Quentin Lee and I concocted We created it as a fantasy about a group of Asian-Americans living through the Pandemic and Lockdown with a Science Fiction veneer The next-to-last episode Almost done. Jennifer's Japanese Horror Shot Jennifer Field, who plays Camila,[...]
Comisery, the Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy webseries that Quentin Lee and I are making went past the midway point last week We're now on the 5th episode with 3 left to go The past weeks have gone by so quickly that it's all becoming a bit of a blur, which is probably why I[...]
Welcome to the production diary for the fourth episode of Comisery, our modest little Asian-American apocalyptic sci-fi screwball comedy.
Comisery Episode 3 (“Party Party Party”) might be my favourite episode to date: the series comes together and its narrative gains focus.
Here's a look behind the scenes of episode 2 of Comisery, an Asian-American Science Fiction Screwball Comedy set during an apocalypse.
And so, we go right into shooting the pilot of our web series Comisery, setting up and filming less than two weeks after the initial pitch.
We'd kept in touch all this time. Comisery: How We Put Together A SciFi Webseries in a Week When I called him up to see how he was doing, I said I was thinking about pitching a web series that could be shot on Zoom We could cast all those brilliant Asian-American actors who deserve to be[...]
Webcomics publisher WEBTOONS released their first animated series: "My Giant Nerd Boyfriend, Animated" - an adaptation of one of their most popular comics.
Ware, the limited webseries is described as an offbeat surreal comedy that's directed by Amanda Cowper and executive produced by Trish Harnetiaux, with music by Missy Mazzoli, Rob Cantor, and Rob Erickson. To see if Driver Ed is a road we want to continue travelling down or something painfully on par with our first experience with[...]
Typecast is a proposed comedy that follows a trio of actors who are just trying to get by -- finding roles and paying the bills. The problem is that they're always getting typecast in the same kinds of roles -- in science fiction and horror projects. Why? Because they happen to also be monsters.
Webseries Kickstarter CheckPoint Intends To Promote Mental Health Awareness And Positive Wellbeing Through Video Games
A Non-profit organisation called CheckPoint has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a webseries that aims to help people with mental health issues using video games Which is kind of cool when you think about it, and makes sense in some ways Certain mental health disorders are treated with exposure therapy, which is basically like conditioning[...]
A new webseries called Super-Me kicked off this week from Brendan Crates and Nicholas Spohn The series is a docu-comedy about a normal guy trying to turn himself into a superhero while his buddy catches it all on film. Each episode they take a different aspect of being a superhero, and try and make it happen in[...]
Legendary has released the VidCon teaser trailer for their upcoming webseries Electra Woman & Dyna Girl Base on the original Sid And Marty Krofft series, this reboot has the two crime fighters traveling from Ohio to Los Angeles to seek their destiny The series features internet stars Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart as the title[...]
To be announced at the Hasbro panel today at SDCC, the company as made a deal with web content provider Machinima to produce a new webseries based on the Transformers universe The series will take place during the Combiner Wars and will introduce new lore and new characters along with featuring existing fan-favorite characters. "We couldn't[...]
In what may be the strangest thing you'll see all weekend, Michael Rooker is starring in a webseries called the Driving Dead Its a gritty set of video geared for 18 and older crowd that feel like an episode of the Walking Dead… except except each of these 8 minutes-ish episodes are about the dangers[...]
Legendary's new Electra Woman And Dyna Girl web series staring Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart has begun production and they've created a twitter page to go
By Octavio Karbank https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opji5DgE_nQ The Youtube folks Robot Underdog released the pilot for their live-action DBZ web
Now Amell and Harding are doing a new webseries called Dudes Being Dudes In Wine Country And they have released a trailer for the series that launched in March If nothing else it looks like these two are having fun and in the series we may learn about making wine. 101 million Americans drink wine Over[...]
Carmilla is a new Canadian webseries adaptation of the original 19th Century lesbian vampire novella by J Sheridan Le Fanu that's gaining a huge fanbase through word-of-mouth I first heard about it through Erica Friedman's blog. The original novella was actually published a few years before Bram Stoker's Dracula and was a story told in the[...]
By Sage Ashford A bit of gaming news that slipped under the radar during the massive torrent of geek news that occurs during every SDCC, Variety reports that Capcom has greenlit the sequel to the Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist webseries that aired earlier this year The writer and director of the original, Joey Ansah, will return[...]
By Mike Federali Matt Wade is the creative force behind Issues, a web show about a troubled comic shop owner and his uncanny co-workers. Matt and I talked
Mongrel Studios has rolled out its new original Youtube series called Infinite Issues. The series is about Becca (Rebecca Teran) a clerk at a comic shop