This Week in Nerd (2.15.14)
Here’s a recap of all the great content we have published over the course of the week!
- The Comic Anvil 40Â – The gang talks about getting into new comics and the difficult task it is for some consumers. Also more DC and Marvel movie and TV news!
- Dual Wielding 129Â – Flappy Birds Caused by Sonic Boom, discussion of SEGA’s cross-media push of the next Sonic game, the Flappy Bird saga and drama, and of course games!
- Nerds on the Rocks 161Â – The LEGO Show is all about LEGO this week. LEGO toys, LEGO games, The LEGO Movie, what LEGO means to children and adults alike.
- OutlastÂ (PlayStation 4) – If you want a scary adventure, this PSN title is the place to be!
- Mortal Kombat AnnihilationÂ – The second Mortal Kombat film isn’t very good, but with our special brand of crazy this becomes a blast with booze!
- The Fuse 1, Superior Spider-man 27 and Green Lantern Corps 28Â – Check out this trio of reviews for a decent mixture of comic books.
- Knuckleheads 5Â – “Knuckleheads is a story that is character driven. The humor and personality is what pushes this book forward and on that front this book is a shining success.”
- Batman 28Â – Batman Zero Year takes a brief hiatus to give us this exciting sneak-peek into Batman Eternal, which will prove to be a most interesting weekly series.
- Power Rangers Super Megaforce 1Â – The premiere of Super Megaforce has us excited for a season of Power Rangers! With the Rangers granted the ability to morph into other Rangers, it is a fun time for lapsed friends to jump-in!
- Ask a Dork: Buy NostalgiaÂ – This week, we ask our resident dork what it means to buy and sell on nostalgia. Why we do it, and why companies promote it.
- Robocop 3 Drinking GameÂ – Ever wanted to check out the worst movie in the Robocop franchise? We help give you that liquid courage with our drinking game!
- Nerds on Valentine’s Day Around the World 2014Â – We share some of our favorite Valentine’s Day cards from the world of entertainment.
- Kaiju Kommentary: Invasion of Astro MonsterÂ – Our look at the Godzilla franchise continues with this most-dancestatic entry from the 60s!