Felicia Day sings in a brand new web musical! With her musical cred already well-established between Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog and the hit single “Do You Wanna Date My Avatar?”, she’s quickly becoming the internet’s Judy Garland. Though Judy never sang about her favorite sex acts, like Felicia does in this new video.
Neil is back: A simple trip to the store ends with a police raid, but Neil — er, Link — is happy to profit from his sheer dumb luck. Bring yourself up to speed on the world of The Legend of Neil by watching past episodes on Atom.com.
Humble Neil, a gas station attendant-turned-video game savior, is the star of the Legend of Neil. Poor Neil: He’s trapped in Zelda land and he can’t get out!
The sexy fairy — Felicia Day of the Guild — has a love/hate relationship with elves of Hyrule. For instance: she loves to have sex with them, but hates it when they leave her (as they always do).
Inspired by that crocheted baby Link costume from a little while ago, we’re making a collection of baby Links. Use our photo editor to add your own! Brought to you by The Legend of Neil, Season 2 on Atom.com — if you love Zelda, you’ll want to make sweet love to Neil.
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In this sneak preview of the third episode of “The Legend of Neil,”, Felicia Day revisits the web musical idea that she explored to great acclaim in Dr. Horrible, this time as a fairy singing about the things she loves — including sexual positions and donkey punches! Some fairies like sunsets, some like doggy style. To each his/her own.
The Legend of Neil returns: Will Neil ever make his way out of Zelda’s world? Will he defeat the Moblins and the mummies? Will he have sex with the fairy (Felicia Day), or is he still into autoerotic asphyxiation? The second season just launched! Keep up-to-date on Neil’s exploits on Atom.com.
Legions of fans have paid tribute to the theme song of Zelda. Here’s a round up of their glorious efforts, in tribute to the debut of Season 2 of The Legend of Neil on Atom.com.
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Everybody’s favorite web series set in the mystical, potion-filled world of Zelda just started its second season. Time to catch up on the story. You can’t really expect the quick re-caps at the beginning of each episode to catch you up on everything. There’s just too much going on here.