Sam is the voice of Orm in a new animated movie ‘Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis’

Original article by Jason Motes for

Artwork photos courtesy of Idle Hands

“Set to explore the origins of DC Comics’ underwater ruler, ‘Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis’ will be the next in-continuity animated movie from Warner Brothers, due in stores next year…”

You can read’s article IN FULL HERE.

Sam Witwer is the voice of Orm (image via Idle Hands)

Sam Witwer is the voice of DC Comics’ supervillain Orm Marius, aka Ocean Master (image via Idle Hands)

The cast includes Jason O’Mara (Batman), Shemar Moore (Cyborg), Christopher Gorham (the Flash), Sean Astin (Shazam), Nathan Fillion (Green Lantern), Rosario Dawson (Wonder Woman), Jerry O’Connell (Superman), Matt Lanter (Aquaman), Sumalee Montano (Queen Mera), and our lovely Sam Witwer as Aquaman’s brother Orm Marius (aka Ocean Master).


Sam’s Q&A at Boston Comic Con

Video courtesy of Frank Rich‘s YouTube channel.

Actor Sam Witwer‘s Q&A session from Boston Comic Con, held on Sunday, August 10, 2014 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston, Massachusetts. This is a truly entertaining look into Sam’s career...”

You can view Frank’s video of the Q&A IN FULL HERE.


Sam Witwer’s brother Michael to have his new book published by Bloomsbury

We are absolutely delighted to bring you the news that Sam‘s brother Michael has had the rights to his new book picked up by ‘Harry Potter’ publisher Bloomsbury.

New author Mike Witwer

author Michael Witwer

Publishers Weekly confirms: “Bloomsbury’s Rob Galloway, in his first acquisition, picked up world rights to Michael Witwer’s Empire of Imagination: The Legend of Gary Gygax, a biography of the co-creator of Dungeons and Dragons. Bloomsbury plans to publish the book in summer 2015.”

The subject of Mike’s book – Gary Gygaxwas a writer and game designer. He is perhaps best known for co-creating the pioneering role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons. Gygax, who died in 2008 aged 69, is known throughout the gaming community as “the father of D&D”. 

We will bring you further news of the publishing of Mike’s book nearer the date.

Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeWitwer


EXCLUSIVE! Introducing “The Question” – a song by The Crashtones’ drummer Souldog


Continuing our occasional theme ‘Other Talented People’ which highlights the work of people who share a connection with our Sam, we are thrilled to be able to introduce you to this lovely song by Tim Hibben, aka ‘Souldog‘ from Sam’s band The Crashtones.

(image courtesy of Tim Hibben)

The Crashtones’ Souldog doing his thing.   (photo courtesy of Tim Hibben)

Tim wrote this song especially for proposing to his beautiful fiancée Hilary.                     You see, folks? Romantic gentlemen DO still exist!

To listen to “The Question” just click the music player at the top of this bulletin.

With the compliments of Tim and Hilary… Enjoy!

musical loveheart

Reminder: Sam is slated to appear at SLC Comic Con

As previously confirmed, Sam Witwer is slated to appear at this year’s Salt Lake City Comic Con. The convention runs 4th-6th September, and is being held at the Salt Palace. Sam is marked to appear on all three days.

Further details of Sam’s appearance – plus video - can be found HERE.

image courtesy of SLC Comic Con

image courtesy of SLC Comic Con

Details of SLC Comic Con, including ticketing information, can be found HERE.

image courtesy of Salt Lake City Comic Con

image courtesy of Salt Lake City Comic Con

Sam joins the cast of ‘Tales from the Borderlands’

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Image courtesy of TellTale Games

Image courtesy of TellTale Games

“The cast of Tales from the Borderlands, Telltale Games’ new episodic series releasing this summer, will feature Chris Hardwick, Nerdist founder, and Sam Witwer, a voice actor in several Star Wars properties.

Hardwick and Witwer will play best friends Vaughn and Rhys, respectively, in the story-driven series from The Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us developer. Vaughn and Rhys are employees of Hyperion –– the mega corporation featured prominently in Gearbox Software’s Borderlands and Borderlands 2 –– and are exploring Pandora in search of another mysterious vault key…”

You can read IGN’s article, with video, IN FULL HERE.


Sam in OUCH! Magazine’s “The Men’s Style Issue”

OUCH! Magazine recently announced that Sam Witwer is on the April-May cover of OUCH! magazine print edition. The men’s style issue is a celebration of male fashion trends and iconic people. has the OUCH! video online, which you can access HERE.

OUCH! Magazine "The Men's Style issue"

OUCH! “The Men’s Style Issue”