Simon Pegg Doesn’t Want to Be Your Geek Boy Anymore
We sat with the ‘Mission Impossible: Fallout’ star to talk about his new movie, career and the toxic geek culture surrounding ‘Star Wars’ now.
Science Says Han Solo Is a Cold Blooded Killer
A new book goes deep on the physics of ‘Star Wars’—including one of the fandom’s most disputed controversies.
Native Superheroes Battle Old Stereotypes at the First Ever Indigenous Comic Con
The recent event, the first of its kind in the world, represents the growth of the subcultural vanguard of indigenous-created media that is slowly working its way into the multibillion dollar comic industry.
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Beyond LinkinBall Z: The History of the Anime Music Video
They tried so hard and got so far, but in the end, what do AMVs really matter?
The Final Michael Comic, 'Chun Li and Me'
Michael discusses his new book as a talk show guest in the final Michael comic on VICE.
The Resurrection of TOKYOPOP, America's Most Influential Manga Company
TOKYOPOP became the biggest producer of English-language manga by 2004, but seven years later the company was effectively dead. Today, as it gears up for a reboot, we spoke to the founder about what to expect from the new version of the cult publisher.
Why 2015 Was Another Good Year to Be a Geek
From Marvel's diverse new comics to the "Mystery Science Theater 3000" reboot, a look back at the best of 2015's geeky pop culture.
I Went to a Massive Anime Cosplay Festival to Learn How to Fight the Conservatives’ C-51 Bill
Atomic Lollipop, the 'Woodstock of Geek,' is the kind of festival where you can listen to a goth Lolita catgirl get into a fight about Canadian political theory.
Director Rick Famuyiwa Flips Black Stereotypes with His John Hughes-Influenced ‘Dope'
We caught up at Cannes to chat about teen movies, nerdy menaces to society, and working with A$AP Rocky.
Explore the Gross, Cultish 3D World of Worlds Inc. Before It's Lost Forever
Worlds Inc. is a company that runs and maintains a very basic 3D chat client first introduced in 1995 and has, over time, become a cesspool of the darker side of human nature.
The VICE Albums of the Year 2014
Slice through the crap: This truly is The Only Top 51 Albums Of The Year Countdown You'll Ever Need.
When Did Nerds Become So Intolerant?
Any time a film critic dares to criticize a movie that the general public has already declared a masterpiece, they are insulted, abused, and in some cases, the subject of death threats. What makes fanboys so eager to attack any difference of opinion?