Put This in Your Eye Holes

You know what’s fun? Web series. They’re like TV, except they can do whatever they want and say whatever they want and tailor their stuff to smaller audiences, so you get fun non-mainstream content that would never make it onto a network. It’s amazing what people can do with a tiny budget and amateur actors and ***a dream***

So… What time is it? Recommendation tiiiime:

Journeyquest:

Journeyquest is a fantasy adventure series from Zombie Orpheus Entertainment that follows a party on their quest to retrieve the Sword of Fighting from the mythical Temple of All Dooms… But what will happen when they discover the bumbling wizard Perf is the Chosen One, instead of the party’s “brave” knight? Characters include a progressive barbarian usurper, an undead cleric, a sensitive orc, a gargoyle that always lies, and the bumbling bard who’s chronicling everyone’s shenanigans. The third season is currently in the works and I’m excited!

Space Janitors

We all know what life is like for the elite evildoers on everyone’s favorite Not-A-Moon – It’s all huge, ominous chambers and mind-choking, 24/7. But what do the underlings get up to in those circular halls… and who keeps the floors so very shiny? Space Janitors on Geek & Sundry tells the story of Darby, an ambitious janitor aboard a certain unnamed evil space station. Star Wars jokes abound and it is delightful. (“The more they disobey the Emperor, the more we tighten our grip. And the more we tighten our grip, the more systems will be held firmly in our massive space hand.”)

The Guild

Also on Geek & Sundry and created by Internet superstar Felicia Day, The Guild is an award-winning, super-popular web series… So popular, in fact, that you’ve probably seen it and it’s pointless for me to recommend it here on my humble Farmpartment. But hey, just in case… You should really watch The Guild. It follows the friendships that form when an online gaming guild decides to meet up IRL. There are plenty of gaming in-jokes, but it’s also accessible for those of us who don’t frequent the World of Warcraft. It’s clever, charming, and occasionally truly moving as the characters help each other grow. The show went six seasons and I think it’s done now… so you can binge-watch the whole thing. Hooray!

 

Those are my top 3 but there are plenty of other fantastic web series out there. Got any recommendations for me? Leave ’em in the comments.

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