Perpetrators of evil once again have reason to quake in their boots, for the buxom sovereign of superheroes, Bustice has returned! Let these Bustice (Sara Underwood) pics serve as a message to all those who would do ill, you can't escape the pronounced bosom of the law!
There's no denying it, Casey Wilson has comedy chops. It's the reason we have high hopes for her new show, Happy Endings and it's the reason everyone in the studio lit up during her interview with Kevin Pereira. Just look at these Casey Wilson photos! You can almost see the gears turning in the mind of the comedy pro.
Never let it be said that we don't support the troops, even if those troops happen to hail from beyond the 49th parallel. In a show of solidarity with the land of the maple leaf, we've initiated Operation: Instant Jolt to make sure that Canada's finest men and women in uniform can enjoy the best coffee available while they fight for freedom. However, we can't do it alone. We need your help with donations. Sure, times are tough right now, but before you close your heart and your kitchen cabinet, take a look at these Operation: Instant Jolt photos of the relief efforts. Maybe they'll change your mind.
Whenever Jason Mewes (one half of Jay and Silent Bob) shows up, you know good times are about to be had. Case in point, today's Feed with Sara Underwood. It's probably the most riotously funny newscast in Feed history. At least, that's how we see it, and that assessment seems to be corroborated by our photo gallery of Jason Mewes and Sara Underwood. Pics don't lie.
The G4 office is a wondrous place, where the strange is commonplace and the cubicles are littered with bizarre artifacts that, to the employees, seem as ordinary and everyday as pens and stationery. We're going to begin drawing back the curtain and spotlighting the various props and paraphernalia that have somehow metamorphosed into office decor, in part as a means of showing you what it's really like to be at G4, but also to remind you of the great bits that have made AOTS the place to come for everything you love.
The first artifact up for revisitation is the fake BigDog, a giant, walking robot, which rests atop the cabinet of Around the Net producer Jeremy Hache. The actual BigDog was developed by scientists to traverse rough terrain and carry supplies for troops in the field. We built ours to vex Kevin Pereira. We think you'll agree that both goals are equally as important. If you remember our fake, four-legged robot then take a minute to look back on one of 2008's best ATN bits, and if it's new to you, then prepare to chuckle at the comedic magnificence of BigDog for the first time. Check out the video below the cut!
If we gave out an award for being the perfect combination of wit and beauty, Breaking In's Odette Annable would probably win it, or at least be high up in the ranking. Don't tell us you wouldn't vote for her to win, especially after seeing our behind-the-scenes Odette Annable pictures and Odette Annable's interview with Kevin Pereira. You know you would.
It's difficult for us to see the lovely Amber Lancaster as simply the sweet girl next door type on The Hard Times of RJ Berger. When we look at her, all we see is a worldly, radiant beauty. Skim through our Amber Lancaster pics (and Amber Lancaster's interview with Chris Hardwick) and tell us if you see the same thing.
Wrestlemania XXVII took place on Sunday, April 3rd in Atlanta but for the rest of you WWE fans, the fun is just beginning. We'll be bringing you exclusive photo galleries and interviews from the Hall of Fame Ceremony, Wrestlemania and the THQ Superstar Challenge with people like The Million Dollar Man, Dusty Rhodes and Evan Bourne. We also went backstage at the Hall of Fame with Sheamus and Randy Orton. All you have to do is read Attack of the Blog! all week for the inside look at this annual gathering of WWE's greatest. Get ready!
While host Blair is at Wondercon in San Francisco, her trusted co-workers fill in and deliver their Staff Picks. You’ll get the favorite comics by Fresh Ink Online graphic designer Ernie Moreno, MMO Report producer Patrick Roche-Sowa, G4tv’com’s features editor Kevin Kelly and social media guru Antonio Hernandez, Attack of the Show producers Brian Compton and Christian Jalandoni, and yours truly, producer Frank Meyer. Comics that get the once-over include The Walking Dead, Invincible Iron Man, Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate Captain America, Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine, G.I. Joe: Cobra Civil War, and Clive Barker’s Hellraiser. Enjoy.
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Last month, we profiled shoe designer Daniel Reese in Sneakerheads and the moccasin maestro was so touched that he designed a custom pair of Nike High-top Dunks with an Attack of the Show motif. Unfortunately, you may never be able to get your hands on a pair (and that's too bad, because they make you run faster, jump higher, and shoot better), but you can admire the concept AOTS sneaker design here on AOTB for the rest of time.