Are you even real?
Are you even real?
Cue intense fangirling.
Haven’t even heard of her? Well then, you’re welcome.
Supernatural is dark, scary, suspenseful — and sometimes, completely ridiculous. Here are 25 of the weirdest episodes so far.
The Anti-Bullying Coalition decided to spread empathetic positivity around.
Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing would not have been possible had it not been for the filmmaker’s formidable company of actors. So what is it like to be a member of the most interesting club in Hollywood?
This photo Felicia Day tweeted last night means we’re even closer to a sequel, right?
October 2nd can’t come fast enough. Codex and the gang return with their numerous endearing neuroses.
Codex and Fawkes, together again. This one-shot fills the gap between seasons 4 and 5 to explain how he went from Evil Leader to Creeper in a Dog Costume.
Now I’m the one that’s cool. Written and directed by Jed Whedon to guarantee the most geek cred per frame.
Not like that, you pervs. Watch Felicia be adorable as she bumbles her way through Dragon Age II as her own creation.
Doesn’t feel much like a victory. Bioware and Felicia Day finish off their web series with a bang. Be sure to check out the Buzzfeed Exclusive behind the scenes sneak peek.
What is they say about the best of intentions? Oh right, they don’t matter when you screw up this royally, Templar.
Ahhh, nothing like the sound of cars rolling down the highway of medieval Thedas…wait. Felicia Day and Machinima sat down to give a us a sneak peek behind the scenes of this popular web mini-series.
Templars hit like a girl. The new Reaver character is a personally favorite. And the plot takes a turn for the grey; villains or heroes?
I always hate a useless damsel in distress. But short of Josmael’s girl being less helpful than a rock, the series is really hitting its stride.
The plot deepens…as does Felicia Day’s cleavage. Mages, mages everywhere but none the maniacal maniac they’re searching for. (Catch Episode One Here.)
Felicia Day kicking ass and covered in blood? Yes please. The first in a six part series, Tallis’s story creates a plot bridge to expand the universe of Dragon Age in a unique way.
Felicia Day finally breaks out of the nerdy/neurotic/do-gooder stereotype. Good on her, I say!
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.
[Editor’s Note: For fans of Felicia Day’s excellent World-of-Warcraft-focused Web series, The Guild. Or, for anyone who happens to enjoy attractive, geeky people playing dress-up and dancing around.] Felicia Day and the rest of the Guild cast’s epic WoW-inspired music video. Watch Video ›
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.