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Ho ho ho! Buy Kaplan's book!

Christmas is fast approaching and you're no doubt wondering what to get your robosexual partner.

Well look no further than the new book from friend of the site Eric Kaplan, writer of Jurassic Bark, Parasites Lost and other great Futurama episodes.
Eric is now co-executive producer on The Big Bang Theory and was prompted to write a book on the philosophy of Santa after a conversation with a parent of one of his son's friends.

The book, which Matt Groening calls 'the funniest book of philosophy since . . . well, ever.' is available in ebook and primitive paper format and definitely worth your time!

There is also a brilliant 'choose your own story' trailer(s) by Eric which you should check out.
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Futurama is back! Sort of...

Don't forget that this Sunday is the Simpsons/Futurama crossover episode! Written by former Futurama writer J. Stewart Burns it airs 8/7c only on FOX(yes, they let them back in!).

Don't miss it!
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London Calling

This coming Friday, 26th, Futurama co-creator David X Cohen along with Simpsons Executive Producer Al Jean and British Author Simon Singh will be taking part in an evening at London's Science Museum called 'The mathematical secrets of The Simpsons and Futurama'. It's based around the idea for Simon's book 'The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets' which features a large chapter on Futurama. Unfortunately if you haven't got tickets yet it's too late: it sold out before I even managed to tweet about it!
Luckily, David and Simon will be making an appearance at Forbidden Planet the following day for a Q&A and signing from 3pm.
I'll be heading down, hope to see you there.
Simon's excellent book is well worth a read. Order it here.
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Now get a signed photo!



As a further update to below's post, now if you buy a ticket to the Outtake-O-Rama, helping support former Futurama writer Patric Verrone's run for senate, you now get a photo of the cast HAND SIGNED by Matt Groening and the cast!
Get your tickets here!
Definitely worth it! For more info on Patric's campaign see the post below or visit his official website here.
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Bite my shiny metal senate!

Some of you may be aware of the work of Patric Verrone. He’s wrote on Futurama since the start, writing episodes such as "The Problem with Popplers” and fan favourite "The Sting”. As former president of the WGA West Patric also fought for new writers contracts that covered the internet(you may remember the strike in 2007/8).

Now Patric is running for office! On June 3rd he will be on the ballot for CA Senate District 26 so he needs your help! But don’t go blindly in to vote! Read about what Patric stands for, why he is running and what his dog REALLY wants to do for a job. Head over to his website and find out more!

Patric is also being endorsed by many of the folks on the show and to raise funds for his campaign they are putting on a live comedy show featuring the stars of Futurama the evening of Tuesday, May 27 in Hollywood, CA. It's called OUTTAKE-O-RAMA and is scheduled to feature Billy West, John DiMaggio, and Maurice LaMarche. Tickets are $50 and the money goes as a contribution to Patric's campaign. Here’s all the info you need:

OUTTAKE-O-RAMA
A live performance featuring the stars of FUTURAMA!

Location:
The Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics
7522 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046
Date & Time:
May 27, 2014, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Ticketing Link:
bit.ly/1nKTwQM

Tickets $50
Proceeds to benefit Verrone for Senate 2014

Contributions are not deductible for tax purposes. Contributions may be received from individuals, business entities, organizations and PACs up to $4,100. Contributions from foreign nationals are prohibited, unless an individual is lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States. This contribution is made from your own funds.
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Futurama! Math! Win tickets!

If you like either or both of them then make sure you go along and see what promises to be fine and funny panel at Moogfest in Asheveille, North Carolina!
On hand to talk about the math in both Futurama and The Simpsons with writer Simon Singh will be Futurama co-creator David X Cohen plus writers Ken Keeler, Stewart Burns and Jeff Westbrook.
Simon Singh is a British science writer who wrote the book The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets which had a chapter on Futurama. Simon was kind enough to send me a copy and during my time in hospital recently I had a read of it. It’s a great book and I recommend you all grab a copy.

Also, we’re very pleased to be teaming up with Moogfest to offer two pairs of tickets for the festival. As well as the Futurama panel there’s a wide variety of great speakers from Dan Deacon to Google’s Ryan Germick to Janelle Monae as well as music from lots of big artists like Kraftwerk, MIA and Chic Feat. Nile Rodgers. More info here.
To enter simply email moogfestfuturama@gmail.com with the subject title Moogfest and the answer to the below question:

What nationality is panel moderator Simon Singh?

Winners will be chosen at random. Closing date is Sunday 30th March.

Good luck!
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Bite My Shiny Metal Documentary!

So many of you will be aware of the forthcoming documentary film produced and spearheaded by the voice of Bender himself, John DiMaggio.

Well, now you can get involved and get some really cool goodies related to the film, shout outs from John himself and even attend the hollywood premiere and hangout at the after party with Johnny D and a whole ton of great voice acting talent(seriously, this if voice over A-list with a capital A blown up to 24pt text size!).

What's even better is that John and the people involved with the film are teaming up with a great charity called charity:water who get water to those who need it most around the world.

So why not get involved, get some cool stuff, hang out with some stars AND help a worth while charity! Do it people!
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A Final(?) Message From David X. Cohen

Hi all,
Futurama co-creator David X. Cohen sent me this message last night that he wanted to share with the fans. Unfortunately I didn't have access to a computer to post(Though I posted it on Twitter). But here it is now:

"Since the Futurama series finale airs later today, I just wanted to pass along my sincere thanks to Futurama fans everywhere for sticking with us throughout our circuitous journey. Without your powerful show of support, we would never have come back to life for these past four seasons of episodes, or the DVD movies before that. We tried our best to live up to your high expectations, and I hope tonight's episode ranks as one of our two or three best last-episodes-ever ever. On behalf of the entire cast and crew of Futurama, thank you from the bottom of Dr. Zoidberg's second and fourth hearts. Yours,

David X. Cohen"


Thanks David! I'm sure you'll join me in wishing David all the best. Why not send your best wishes to David in the comments below?
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