The Bravest Warriors adorable pet Catbug will rule Starbucks

Bravest Warriors, the Youtube show originally created by Adventure Time's Pendleton Ward, has had 17 million views online since it launched. But also, the Bravest Warriors' dimension-jumping pet Catbug has launched a series of short ebooks — and next month, Letters from Catbug will be free at Starbucks. » 3/13/14 1:40pm 3/13/14 1:40pm

Dr. Horrible 2 is still in the pipeline, with "many songs written"

Dr. Horrible's Sing-along Blog was this perfect little burst of musical-theater supervillainy, which rocked the internet... and then there was no more. Are we going to have to summon the Evil League of Evil to get us a sequel? Apparently not. It's still happening... just very, very slowly. » 2/14/14 12:43pm 2/14/14 12:43pm

New Walking Dead webseries shows how the other half lives (and dies)

I don't think Rick Grimes would be happy to know that everyone else's lives in the world of The Walking Dead suck as much as his does, as this new three-part webseries "The Oath" proves. But he might get some peace of mind knowing that at least he doesn't have to deal with the post-apocalypse' most unsettling doctor. » 10/02/13 1:40pm 10/02/13 1:40pm

The most infamously awful fanfic ever, “My Immortal,” has a web series

The infamous Harry Potter fan fic "My Immortal" is a masterpiece of wretchedness. It stars the Mary Sue-iest of Mary Sues, Hogwarts has gone inexplicably goth, at no point do any of the Harry Potter characters act even slightly like themselves — and now "My Immortal" will be fully immortalized with a web series. » 7/30/13 7:00am 7/30/13 7:00am

Star Trek fan episode feels like an extension of the original series

We were excited last year when we saw that Mythbuster Grant Imahara and Christopher Doohan (son of Star Trek's James Doohan) would be starring in a Star Trek fan series. Now that the first episode of Star Trek Continues is out, we're delighted to see how thoroughly it pays homage to the original series. » 7/13/13 7:30am 7/13/13 7:30am