Update: I have already checked out a couple of the shows released from Geek and Sundry today.
Felicia Day’s “The Flog” was cute and gives out some good recommendations as well and a great segment on Blacksmithing. It is silly and fun. I look forward to seeing more of these.
Tabletop with Wil Wheaton looks interesting too. I need to set aside time to watch the compete show, but it is part talk show and part gaming show. Along with each episode are in-depth interviews with the guests from each show, which is a nice addition.
Check out Geek and Sundry and let me know what you think. I am looking forward to more from them and other YouTube Channel partners in the future!
Ok, call me a geek (and many do) but there are several shows on this new channel that I would consider watching. I already watch the guild, of course, but the sizzle reel makes the other look really interesting too.
There is not a lot of info, but some of the shows listed and showing quick video snippets are Felicia Day’s The Guild, which already has a large following, Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop, which looks to be a show with celebrities playing various board games. (Which looked more interesting than it might sound), Dark Horse, which provide animated versions of indie comics, Written by a Kid, which looks like writers listening to kids tell a story and then they animate the story, and Sword & Laser, a science fiction and fantasy book review show.
It is hard to tell the exact focus of these shows from the short video, but I am subscribing to the YouTube Channel. It looks to be a very interesting lineup. The channel premieres April 2, 2012.
“The producers of “The Guild” bring you a diverse line-up featuring the very best of indie geek culture! — Coming April 2, 2012!”