In 24 hours, no less—although the video clocks in at just 4 minutes. Thank goodness for timelapse.
When your TV show's writing staff includes folks with PhDs in maths and sciences, you're bound to end up with some spectacularly nerdy jokes. And if you dig a little deeper into some of the jokes in Futurama, you won't just laugh — you may actually learn something.
*coughs, sips water* Good news, everyone!
We love happy endings. In fact, a big part of why we devour stories is to escape from reality, where endings are by definition unhappy. And a really wonderful happy ending can make you turn your bullshit detector all the way off. Here are 10 somewhat contrived happy endings we can't help falling in love with.
"Captain's log: the Wasteland just got sexier."
Look, I don't want a 3D Futurama movie and neither do you. But I'll be damned if this test shot doesn't give me the shivers.
Using sculpting, molding and animatronics, effects artist Frank Ippolito and Tested have done excellent things with this Dr. Zoidberg outfit that was shown off at this year's Wondercon.
Harrison Krix is a guy who we normally post about for his props work, recreating famous video game weapons, but this piece is a little different.
Kayleigh O'Connor turned a bad habit into a good one when she realized she could actually design the fake nails she glued on to prevent herself from biting at her fingertips.
Crayons aren't just for coloring books, people. Crayons can be art, too.
There was much excitement over the Futurama x Adventure Time crossover happening this week—the question was, how would it work? And now that the "Leela and the Genestalk" episode of Futurama aired last night, we know.
Your eyes don't deceive you, nor is this fan art. That's Adventure Time's Finn and Jake in Futurama. This week's Futurama episode will feature a crossover...which will be interesting because Jake and Bender are voiced by the same person!
We've got a long list of television to keep you cool and safe from the terrible, terrible outdoors. No longer is summer where bad TV goes to die. Under the Dome, True Blood, Axe Cop and Falling Skies are just among the few of some of the shows being aired in the high heat months. Here's our ultimate guide to summer TV.
If you can steel yourself for a post-modern jumble of space exploration and robotic sing-song, Upside Down Cake's "Star Strike" offers a neat walk through Atari antiquity. Some of these games certainly deserve the homage.
Futurama meets classic RPG Chrono Trigger in this great piece by artist Tom Preston.
Artist Nina "spacecoyote" Matsumoto, an occasional Simpsons Comics contributor, has good news, everyone! She's finally managed to mash-up beloved RPG Chrono Trigger with Futurama in a surprisingly good fit.
It's Wednesday night. You have no date, a two-liter bottle of Shasta, your all-Rush mixtape, and, now, this impossibly good Space Invaders clone built on Futurama's epic "Raiders of the Lost Arcade" vignette from the third season of Futurama.
Writers from 15 televison sitcoms, including The Simpsons, Futurama and Family Guy, have signed on with Machinima.com to 15 original episodic comedy pilots for the online network using video games.