Web series and web video bits from around the internets worth clicking today:

Johnny B HomelessJohnny B. Homeless, the festival-darling comedy web series (trailer above) from creator-star Al Thompson may be heading to Atom.com as according to sources close to the deal. After screening to a full house at ITVFest in LA last summer, the series headed to New York where won NYTVF’s People’s Choice Award. [Sources]

Crackle and The American Cinematheque are hosting a screening of the full season of The Bannen Way this Friday in Hollywood, followed by a Q&A with Robert Forster, Michael Ironside, Michael Lerner, Jesse Warren and Mark Gantt to follow. Looks like Goldstar is selling 50% off tickets for $5.50 (normally $11), so save a few bucks while you can. [Goldstar]

Felicia Day is hosting a signing event to kick off the launch of her hit web series The Guild’s new comic from Dark Horse Comics which hits shelves March 24. The cocktail party and comic book signing will be March 26th at 6pm at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles. [Whedonopolis]

Take180 likes having fun with spoof videos (in between web series releases like I <3 Vampires today). The latest video (below) mixes two things that have proven gold mines of web satirists lately—MTV’s The Jersey Shore and Apple’s new iPad. [Mashable]

Break Media, which owns male-centric video site Break.com and a host of other content hubs like HolyTaco, MadeMan and Chickipedia, has acquired gaming site FileFront today. The move bolsters its foothold with gamers through FileFront’s heavy network of more than 75 game-specific sites. [VentureBeat]

Second City, the multi-city improv comedy powerhouse that trained comics like Dan Akyroid, Chris Farley, Tina Fey and Steven Colbert, has tasked its current students with creating weekly short videos around a theme as part of its Second City 7-Day Shorts Festival. The videos (below) created from the troupes at their Chicago, Hollywood, Toronto and Detroit theaters are up on the 7-day Shorts YouTube channel. [Second City]

The Dallas Police Department has launched its own weekly web series, First Watch (below), which will share news and relevant crime prevention tips. Good start, but we’ll come back when ride-alongs with SWAT are one the rundown. [Dallas Morning News]

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