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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 191: Kill the Critics

The verdict on Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice / LexCorp doesn't like Jesse Eisenberg either / The critics have lost the hearts and minds of everyone who likes movies / What happens to Marvel stays with Marvel / The Walking Dead season finale is going to be bullshit / Dan Mansplains #Supernatural Tweets from… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 191: Kill the Critics

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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 118: The Nine Gamergates of Hell

Super-long and fun Mischief Night episode with the boys! Marvel and DC movie universe, Gamergate, Halloween Costumes, McDonald's, Walking Dead, and the fate of the runaway Ebola Nurse are discussed. We play a game of Rotten Tomatoes, Hold On Hold On I Know This, and Dan explains #Supernatural Tweets from Girls on Twitter! Download the… Continue reading Talking Nerdy, Ep. 118: The Nine Gamergates of Hell

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Talking Nerdy, Ep. 54: Grumpier Than the Storm

Comic Con has come to a close with news from Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers Age of Ultron and DC's Man of Steel/Batman crossover! Here to discuss all of these things and more are "Shut up and eat a sandwich" Dan McGlynn, Charlie Lightning, David Grow, and Alex Gross! Enjoy! DOWNLOAD HERE or on iTUNES!

Movie Review, Movies, Review, Special Guest Blogger

Watson’s Review of “Man of Steel”

Director: Zack Snyder Writer: David S. Goyer Studio: Warner Bros. Cast: Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Michael Shannon, Russell Crowe, Kevin Costner, Diane Lane Release Date (UK): 14 June 2013 Certificate: 12A Runtime: 143 min A common criticism of “Superman Returns,” director Bryan Singer’s spiritual 2006 follow-up to Richard Donner’s triumphant 1980 comic-book sequel “Superman II,”… Continue reading Watson’s Review of “Man of Steel”

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Mortal Kombat vs Detective Comics (Comics) Universe

Let me start off by saying that DC Comics is a pretty redundant title. That being said, they're responsible for some of the greatest Superheroes (and Villains) to ever moisten the pants of nerds everywhere. Mortal Kombat, on the other hand, has served to produce some of the funniest and most outstanding fighting games (imo) across… Continue reading Mortal Kombat vs Detective Comics (Comics) Universe