Get ready for more geeky fun from Adam and Jaime! The Mythbusters are returning to a Galaxy Far Far Away with another Star Wars themed episode coming in July.
You might have seen the Polish posters for the classic Star Wars movies on IO9 (along with stylistically similar Hungarian ones). With the fall of the Iron Curtain, it became easier to get promotional materials from the film distributors, and those wonderfully weird works of art kinda fell by the wayside.
New York Toy Fair 2015 is in full swing, and although there's not been much in the way of big announcements, Funko came out swinging with a booth filled with brilliant toys. More Pop vinyls! More ReAction toys! Firefly Action figures! Come gawp at the prettiest toys there.
It's the week that we ring in the new year with endless TV marathons (while resolving only to watch the best TV in 2015). But we've also got a new show coming out this week, a musical about true love and revenge from a legendary Disney composer, and his lyricist collaborator on Tangled.
All right, everybody. We've done it. We've officially mashed-up Frozen with everything, including a show about a science teacher who becomes a ruthless drug empire kingpin (and somehow it works out disturbingly well, I must say). Everyone give yourself a high-five and let's call it a day, okay?
As the collector's market for action figures has grown, it's been unsurprising to see the rise of toys based on 'adult' properties - almost everything has action figures these days. But after a Florida mother saw Breaking Bad toys in her local Toys R Us, media attention has seen the figures pulled from shelves.
There's nothing more exciting than taking a trip to someplace you've never been before whether in real or fictional worlds. That is, unless you're stuck with the wrong traveling buddy. Today we want to know which character would make the very worst of traveling companions?
Meet the real-life version of Walter White, a man who transported meth so he could afford treatment for his critically ill son. Unlike the famous Heisenberg from Breaking Bad, this guy has languished in jail for decades. Guernica has a great story about the effort to get him released.
Naturally, Walter White is the star pupil, but Gus has an uncanny ability to distract the teachers from his mistakes through the power of chicken.
A followup to the equally catchy remix of Breaking Bad seasons 1 and 2, this newly released mashup from YouTuber placeboing draws on memorable scenes from the show's final three seasons to yield one highly addictive earworm. This should go without saying, but here be spoilers.
Bryan Cranston is, of course, starring in the new Godzilla movie, and based on the trailer he doesn't seem to be handling the appearance of a giant bipedal lizard well. Which would explain why he's handed off Godzilla-fighting duties to Breaking Bad's Heisenberg in this amazing mash-up trailer.
Breaking Bad, Doctor Who, Star Wars, and more get remade as those sweet Little Golden Books, with smiling children's book illustrations and foil spines. Introduce kids to the wonders of chemistry and organized crime at an early age.
I seem to recall in 2013 there was a big deal about Thanksgiving and the first day of Hanukkah coinciding. Well, since the post-apocalypse happened so soon after that, I guess that's why we kind of ended up merging Thanksgiving, Hanukkah and Christmas into a month-long celebration of gift-giving, drinking, and good…
Mystery Science Theater 3000 had its 25th anniversary on Sunday, and Shout Factory is celebrating it with a brand-new special edition that includes six classic episodes. Plus there's wolf children, knights on motorcycles, and more, all in This week's DVDs!
How did Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul react to learning the ultimate fates of their Breaking Bad characters? This short video shows the pair reading the last few pages of the finale script for the first time, and getting a little choked up.
This is it, the very last bit of "new" Breaking Bad footage you'll ever see. Behold the Breaking Bad season 5 gag reel, and begin to laugh through the tears.
Not ready to let go of Breaking Bad? You don’t have to with this insanely cool timelapse pilgrimage to the show’s most iconic filming locations. Our resident photographer (and die-hard Walter White fan) wasn’t ready to say goodbye. So he hopped in his van and drove 1,365 miles from Vancouver to Albuquerque.