Former child actor and pretend nerd Wil Wheaton is suing Legendary Geek & Sundry. According to Wheaton, they hired him to create, write, and produce a web series called Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana.
Geek Chic, a company that custom built high-end tables for tabletop gaming has closed up shop. I never understood to point of these fancy gaming tables. They seemed totally unnecessary to me. I played a lot of Dungeons & Dragons back in the day without even using a table, let alone one hand carved by
I found this schedule on Reddit for the fourth season of “geek icon” Wil Wheaton’s TableTop. It’s interesting in that each episode has two release dates. Most episodes will premiere on the paid subscription streaming service Alpha. Then, two or three months later, they will publish the episodes on YouTube. The first two episodes of TableTop season
Former child actor Wil Wheaton hosts a YouTube show called Tabletop. The show features Wheaton and three or four guests playing a board game, the type of specialty board game one might buy at a specialty game store. In the videos, you see Wheaton and his guests, usually D-list celebrities, playing the game, presumably correctly.