It's Sunday again? Seriously? Well alright then. Now that we're 30 days out from Gen Con 2015 my days have pretty much been all costuming all the time. You guys will get to see the fruits of those labors and get the details of how everything has come together in the very near future, I promise. However, for now, let's get down to the Week in Geekdom.
It's official, Miles Morales will be Spider-Man in the upcoming post-Secret Wars run featuring the webslinger.
Top Cow Productions has confirmed that Witchblade will be coming to an end this October.
After over two decades on the market, Settlers of Catan will be getting a new look and a new name with the release of its fifth edition.
Can't wait until November to get your fix of Avalanche's Mad Max game? They were kind enough to give us this trailer to help tide us over.
Take one part SpaceChem and one part absurdity, then add a heaping helping of felines and you've got The Cat Machine.
Apparently Rocksteady learned nothing from the experiences of Ubisoft as the former has temporarily suspended sales of Batman: Arkham Knight to address the myriad of issues that have been plaguing the much-anticipated PC version of the title.
Table flipping has now passed from ubiquitous psuedo-meme to a live, playable arcade game.
One intripid Redditor attempted to pre-order Fallout 4 by shipping over 2,200 bottlecaps to Bethesda. This week, the company decided that was a fair exchange.
Do you feel that Doom is too violent a game! Really? Bethesda has this to say to you.
Want a jetpack in Grand Theft Auto V? Fear not, for modders have given you exactly that.
Some of the biggest names of the cast of the new Star Trek films have signed on to return for at least two more sequels.
We're going to see Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. shift away from its current trajectory in season 3 in order to tie-in more closely with the comics.
Here's why you won't see Will Smith in Independence Day: Resurgence. You will, however, see Jeff Goldblum.
Hawkgirl will be the next character from the DC universe to get her own TV series.
We have an official trailer for the live-action Attack on Titan.
Londoner Nicky Ashwell was the recipient of the "BeBionic", what's been touted as the world's most precise and anatomically accurate prosthetic hand.
Meet MoDe:Flex, Ford's eBike that can alert you to potholes in the road and break down to fit in your trunk.
Did Lexus really just give us a functional hoverboard?
Researchers now feel that vaccines made in the 1960s made those who received said inoculations more susceptible to getting chlamydia. Now they believe they've solved the mystery as to why that was the case and what it could mean for the development of future medications.
Novartis, the makers of Excedrin, have teamed up with Oculus Rift to create a simulation that will allow 'players' to experience what it's like to suffer from migraines.
The latest edition of Ecology Letters includes this contention that Darwin's finches have reached genetic equilibrium.
Two years ago a Dutch artist was charged with coming up with a way to dampen ambient noise levels surrounding Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This is the solution he came up with.
Do you love Disney princesses? Did you see Jurassic World and now you can't get enough dinosaurs? Behold, the Velociprincesses.
Captain Jean-Luc Picard dance mashup. Enough said.
Feats of Nerdery
This incredible Starcraft 2 fan film just might give you pause the next time you unleash a Zergling rush on a Terran outpost.
Speaking of Starcraft, check out this record-breaking Minecraft 'tapestry' made by artist Thorlar Thorlarian from 1.1 million of the diminutive digital blocks.
It took over a year and $10,000 USD worth of materials to build, but this fan-built rendering of Scrooge McDuck's money vault is gobsmackingly, insanely accurate.
A Japanese Mad Max fan wanted to share the film with his son, but the 5th grader is too young to be admitted to the theater. Solution: build a Doof Wagon model completely out of Lego.
As always, best wishes for an excellent week ahead!