You can put together your own Keyboard Cat art with this paper cut-out tutorial from Tubbypaws. They even included this handy video above to help you cut, fold and paste the cat together. It looks a bit complicated, but we know that you AOTS fans out there have such nimble fingers from all that videogaming and Interneting that you do. Good luck!
Comic-Con, the biggest nerd gathering anywhere, has come yet again. While celebrities and geeks alike sweat it out on the show floor in San Diego, we that remain at the air conditioned offices at G4 have compiled a list of our very favorite comic book series of all time. If you're reading this while at Comic-Con then let this be a guide for which trade paperbacks you should spend your greenbacks on. The rest of you can just storm your local shops.
Scott Pilgrim - My top comic book series would have to be Brian Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim. I love his art that combines manga, videogame humor and indie music—enough that I even nerded out when he had a signing at Meltdown Comics last year. Plus, fans like me get a feature movie from Edgar Wright starring Michael Cera! - Moye Ishimoto
Beavis & Butthead - I'm going for the random choice and proclaiming that Beavis & Butthead was my favorite comic book series. First of all, we had every single issue, as well as all the collectible cards. Second, the comics belonged to my older brother, and that alone made them cooler than anything else. Of course, I also loved them because they were crude and I wasn't supposed to be reading them which, again, was a coolness factor overload. - Megan Turney
With Rock Band opening up their list to independent bands, X-Play's Adam Sessler talks to Kevin Pereira about the new song review process, the subscription fee and how this could change the relationship between music and videogames.
What happens when the G4 web staff goes home for the weekend? Most of us just sit on the couch in our underwear and play videogames but Jonathan Goorvich, our Interactive Content Specialist, takes things a step further. He makes his own viral video:
I made this parody of the internet sensation Keyboard Cat starring my dog this weekend. I am both extremely proud and profoundly ashamed. I thought you all would appreciate my cruelty.
Keyboard Cat, meet the new Keyboard Dog, a purebred mutt who is better known to family and friends as Beverly Pickles Kravitz-Goorvich. It'll only be a matter of time until we see her on the next episode of Around The Net.
Play it again, Bev!
Who's got tickets to the gun show?? Definitely not me, but Alison Haislip had a pair to the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot and Trade Show where she got to learn all about guns, explosives, cannons and basically anything that goes BOOM!
Some of the weapons featured include the Lahti L-39 anti-tank rifle, the Russian DShK 38/49, a 1917 A1 Browning, a 1919 minigun, a bowling ball cannon and a full on War Wagon built specifically to hold the best (or most fun) automatic weapons that you can fire.
There was so much explosion that we had to split Alison's trip into two parts. Check out the second part after the jump!
Remember when the Nintedo Wii was the must-have videogame console to own, and only special people who stood in line for hours outside of Toys-R-Us would have them?
We remember, too. Watch Kevin Pereira and Blair Butler open a brand-new Nintendo Wii box to show you what it's like...and get a little too personal. Now the question is...are they going to do this for the new iPhone 3GS?
Actors Breckin Meyer (Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, Road Trip, Garfield) and Ryan Phillippe (Stop-Loss, Crash, Flags of Our Fathers) stop by EA’s booth at E3 ’09 to chat about Meyer’s involvement in the upcoming Robot Chicken missions on Spore Galactic Adventures, the new Madden NFL 10, Milo, and other delights at the ginormous videogame conference.
This is the first in a series of observations from our interns here at G4tv.com, Rob, Meg, and Brian, who will be with us until the end of the summer. We wanted you to see what life was like at G4 through the eyes of an intern.
The gods here at G4TV have deemed it fit to give us insignificant portions of their daily life a voice. My name is Rob, and between endless hours of video game sessions and sleep, I come into work here in my little cubicle. I wake up every morning on the floor of my friend's studio apartment. After entering into my beaten up maroon 1995 Buick LeSabre to sit in traffic for an hour, I finally reach the studio, a drone-like march to the assigned cubicle commences. Wholly unnoticed by the important people running around me, I sit down and enjoy every single second of the day. That is until I am forced to return home by building security.
Have you heard? The E3 video game convention kicks off in Los Angeles on Monday. G4 is here to break down our on-air schedule for the week of E3.
- 1:00 PM ET - E3 Spotlight: Microsoft Press Conference
- 4:30 PM ET - E3 Spotlights: EA & Ubisoft Press Conferences
- 11:00 AM ET - E3 Spotlights: Nintendo & Sony Press Conferences
- 6:00 PM ET - E3 Live Coverage
- All Day - Steve Wiebe Donkey Kong World Record Event
- 6:00 PM ET - E3 Live Coverage
- 7:00 PM ET - E3 Live Coverage
All of that amounts to 22 hours of live coverage on G4 and we've got even more coverage here on the web. Keep your TV tuned to G4 all week and your browser locked to G4tv.com to be sure you don't miss a single thing.