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You guys! It’s #TitansgraveTuesday! What is that, you ask?

Titansgrave is an RPG webseries by Geek and Sundry DM-ed by Wil Wheaton and featuring Hank Green, Alison Haislip, Laura Bailey, and Yuri Lowenthal. And it is awesome. Wheaton and his crew originated the world and story, basing the gameplay on the AGE system. Even if you’re not a role player yourself, it is exceptionally fun to watch. The art done for the series is absolutely gorgeous and the cast is both funny and engaging. If you dig speculative fiction of just about any ilk, I recommend it.

Introduction Video:

 

Episode One:

 

Try it–I promise, you won’t regret it!*

 

*May inspire cravings for craft beer, twenty-sided dice, and a RPG group of your own.

If you know me even a little bit–probably even if you don’t–you understand that Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday. Halloween is my Christmas, my New Year’s Eve, and my Fourth of July all rolled into one. Halloween for me isn’t a daylong event. A week barely suffices. Really, Halloween encompasses the entirety of October and the first week of November.

So, in honor of my favorite holiday, have 31 ways to celebrate this wonderfully spooky time of year.

Well, 16 ways. Look for the next 15 on Thursday!

1. Watch classic b&w horror movies!

2. Dive into some scary stories.

3. Creep yourself out with the Slender Man Game.

4. Find a haunted hayride.

5. Brush up on your urban legends.

6. Carve up a pumpkin with a sweet design.

7. Tune in to some spooky jams.

8. Channel your inner mixologist.

9. Check out Geek and Sundry’s Halloweek programming.

10. Participate in All Hallow’s Read. It’s the most fun if you exchange books with a friend, but also consider sharing an age-appropriate spooky book with the kids in your life. Better than candy–whether they know it or not.

11. Play a horror-themed board game with your dearest victims friends.

12. Or maybe just play Werewolf and add some rad sound effects.

13. Make your own candy. (Best for parties — don’t upset your neighbors.)

14. Get decorating!

15. Weird yourself out with some true crime.

16. Revisit The Twilight Zone.

Happy Halloweek, everyone!

It’s time for this month’s double feature: the first episode of the hilarious web series “Space Janitors” and a fantastic short film on Vimeo: “D.”