This amazing bit of Community fan art would make a great movie poster -- six seasons or no.
Today might be good or bad depending on your TV fandoms of choice -- because the Emmy nominations are out.
Leading the pack of nerd-friendly nominated shows are Downton Abbey with a whopping 16, 30 Rock with 15, Breaking Bad and Sherlock both with 13, and Game of Thrones with 12 nominations.
Not bad, eh? The Walking Dead also nabbed 3, Big Bang Theory landed 5 (including best comedy series and lead actor). Geek favorite Community only got one, albeit for best writing.
Who got snubbed? Who got their just desserts?
Here are the live-blogs of Comic Con's big Friday panels so far:
Though the show's future may be uncertain on television, NBC's Community will live forever in the hearts of Human Beings everywhere. And it just got an art show, "Six Seasons and a Movie," at the Pixeldrip Gallery in Los Angeles. ComingSoon has all the images from the show.
Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne, the video game that Community's study group found itself in during the show's season finale, is now a real, actual thing you can play. Windows, OS X and Linux versions of the game were created by developer Kyle Conroy and the very enthusiastic Community fan ... uh, community ... on Reddit.
The game isn't complete yet, but you can play as any of the main study group members -- along with several supporting characters and alternate costumes -- and you can certainly stomp some hippies.
More levels will likely be added as Journey to the Center of Hawkthorne grows more popular online. The fact that recently-deposed Community creator Dan Harmon thinks the game is streets ahead sure doesn't hurt.
As Abed would say, "Cool."
Freshly-renewed sitcom Community is no stranger to creative novelty episodes -- remember the claymation and anime sequences? -- and this week's episode is no exception. Tomorrow night, the study group goes 8-bit (more like 16-bit, really, but let's leave the nitpicking to Abed).
In the season finale, the Greendale crew adopts retro video game avatars to help rich old guy Pierce keep his family fortune by defeating a corporate villain (Breaking Bad's Giancarlo "Gus Fring" Esposito).
Community's multi-part season finale kicks off Thursday night at 8 p.m., and continues at 9 and 9:30.
Six seasons, a movie, and a video game!