We've talked about turmoil on Netflix/Disney productions before, and there's more with Daredevil being canceled. Nerd news. This week's nerd debate is Game of Thrones vs. Lord of the Rings. The comic of the week is The Batman Who Laughs. Finally, the Nerd Store has so many things on sale, you could almost buy the whole place!
It's the Nerd Show's first Wednesday night episode and Brady and Micah discuss whether or not CBS's new Twilight Zone will be adequately creepy, politically subtle, or even good. Then it's on to Nerd News. The comic of the week is Die, which is good for the board gamer. Also, there are so many things 40% off at The Nerd Store...so many things...don't take my word for it...find out for yourself.
On this episode of The Nerd Show we discuss Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon and how they are much better than DC Universe. Also, even though we didn't remember the name of the Coen Brothers' newest movie, Travis an Micah really enjoyed The Ballad of Buster Scruggs...available on Netflix. Nerd News. The comic of the week is Middlewest. Finally, you'll find plenty of items on sale at The Nerd Store!
Travis and Micah discuss the influence of the late and much loved Stan Lee. Travis is disappointed in DC's app. Nerd News. Travis and Micah remember the days before cable and satellite and the UPN and WB networks. The comic of the week is a 2-in-1 Uncanny X-Men. Finally, this week at The Nerd Store.
On this week's edition of The Nerd Show, Travis, Brady, and Micah discuss where Marvel Phase 5 might go now that Disney owns the X-Men and the Fantastic 4. Nerd News. The comic of the week seems to be targeted towards Micah, as Black Panther vs Deadpool drops an extra bit of nerd into this week's review. Finally, what's happening this action-packed week at the Nerd Store, including 24-hour game day.
Tails for Travis' trip to Arizona. A week after Iron Fist was cancelled by Netflix, Luke Cage received the same fate. Should they have announced Andrew Lincoln's exit from The Walking Dead? Nerd News. The comic of the week is Shuri #1. Finally, what's up at The Nerd Store.
On this episode of The Nerd Show, Brady and Micah talk about The Walking Dead and how it is, well, almost dead. Micah is EXTREMELY exceeded about M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable Trilogy, which started with Unbreakable in 2000, continued in 2016 with Split, and will wrap up next year with Glass. Nerd News. The comic of the week is Spidergeddon. Also, what's happening this week at The Nerd Store.
Travis and Micah discuss how DC's Batman Damned comic showed Bruce Wayne's genitalia and how there is now a showdown between new management and artists over DC's Black Label. Nerd News. The comic of the week is Blackbird. Finally, what's happening at The Nerd Store.
Whether in-your-face or a little more allegorically, comics are an important medium for politic commentary. Our thoughts on 9/11 and how things have changed over the years. Nerd News, including a story that makes Travis excited! The comic of the week is THE NERD SHOW APPROVED Bully Wars. Also, this week at the Nerd Store..you're going to want to stop by. Trust me.
Travis and Micah discuss DC's new online platform and how it does more than Netflix and Hulu, but will it succeed? Nerd News; the comic of the week is Punisher #1; and this week at The Nerd Store, or should I say, September 14th at The Nerd Store.
This week is Micah's week to pick a "bad movie" and 1953's Donovan's Brain is not a bad movie. Kevin Spacey's new movie Billionaire Boys Club may be the biggest flop in history. Nerd News. The comic of the week is Pearl. Finally, what's happening this week at The Nerd Store.
As Imax plans a week-long Marvel movie marathon, we discuss why and is it worth it. Nerd News. The comic of the week is Neil Gaiman's The Sandman Universe #1...which is NERD SHOW APPROVED!!! Also, what's up this week at The Nerd Store.
Former counter terrorist agent and comic writer Tom King takes his PTSD issues and incorporating them into his new work at DC. Nerd News. The comic of the week is The Seeds. Also, what's happening this week at The Nerd Store.
It's our Bad Movie Review week and we're reviewing the cult classic Dune. Nerd News. DC villains from the Doomsday Clock series are very well written. The comic of the week is Justice League Dark. Also, what's happening this week at The Nerd Store.
Very (very, very, VERY) controversial tweets from director James Gunn's past have lead to his dismissal from Guardians of the Galaxy 3. Nerd News. The comic of the week is Life of Captain Marvel #1. Also, what's going on this week at The Nerd Store.
Travis, Adrian, and special guest Steven Smith, owner of Big Easy Comics discuss the economics of Batman and Pokémon. Also, what makes a bad vampire movie and does Twilight count? Is Brendan Fraser under- or overrated? Nerd News. The comic of the week is the NERD SHOW APPROVED Farmhand #1, but Travis previews Robert Kirkman's new comic Die Die Die. Finally, this week at The Nerd Store
Comic revolutionary Stan Lee drops his lawsuit against POW! Entertainment. What makes a generation? A Fox shareholder files a lawsuit against the company to prevent its sale to Disney. The comic of the week is Batman 50 -- which is NERD SHOW APPROVED!!! Micah has a laugh off and eventually on the air. Also, what's happening at The Nerd Store. If you want to laugh along with Micah and Travis, check out this cover of Rammstein's Du Hast.
On this week's Nerd Show, the guys discuss why local stores like The Nerd Store and Bricks and Minifigs survive, while Toys R Us has gone dissipated. Also, a New York Times author ruins the ending of the Batman's Wedding, but is comic really ruined or is this the beginning of an epic journey that everyone should read? Nerd News. The comic of the week is Shadow Roads, Finally, this week in at The Nerd Store.