Wil Wheaton Geeks Out in Front of Larry King

The GeekMom favorite talks about being a geek, The Big Bang Theory, his hobbies, and his new TV show on Larry King Now.

More Wil Wheaton in Your Life: The Wil Wheaton Project

If you're looking for a little more Wil Wheaton in your life, and who isn't? Then I suggest you head over to wilwheaton.net today as he finally announces that top secret project of his.

Wil Wheaton, Collaborators Geek About “Stone Farking Wheaton w00tStout”

Get a peek at Stone Brewing's new Imperial stout, Stone Farking Wheaton w00tStout, a collaboration with Wil Wheaton, Drew Curtis, and Greg Koch.

Fund This: Video Games and Neil Gaiman Ought to Be in Pictures

An ode to video games and Neil Gaiman's big-screen debut await your hard-earned cash.

A Quick and Dirty Visit to the Phoenix Comicon

My family and I went to the Phoenix Comicon last Friday. It was an interesting visit because we went without a plan, and it was Rory's first time at this kind of con. The kids and I had been to this one twice ...

Weekly GeekMom Video Playlist

This week, the GeekMoms were watching record-breaking videos, gaming videos and more. To save you from losing time searching for the geeky videos from this week, these videos and several others (along with the ...

Late to the Game: <cite>The Settlers of Catan</cite>

GeekMom Sarah was recently exposed to the wonderful world that is The Settlers of Catan. If you are unfamiliar with the game, join her in her discovery.

Was International TableTop Day Really Worthwhile?

Last Saturday was the first International Tabletop Day, organised by Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton and the lovely folks over at the Geek & Sundry YouTube channel. Over 2,000 events were held across 50 countries and ...

International TableTop Day: Creating New Gamers

Today has been a momentous day. The first International TableTop day, and the day my son became a Gamer. He has been playing board games for a while now but this was his first event, and his first independent purchase.

With San Francisco’s Moscone Center under renovation, WonderCon moved to Anaheim this year—and seemed to bring a bit of the Bay Area’s rain and chill wind along with it. We shivered our way between ...