Marvel’s Deadpool Wedding Issue makes history

Marvel’s Deadpool Wedding Issue makes history

Deadpool has just made history with its #27 issue, setting a new world record for the most comic book characters ever to appear on a single issue cover. This iconic cover includes 232 comic book characters, 224 of whom the Guinness Book of World Records deemed were “publicly familiar enough to qualify for recognition”.

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep21: Is Her Husband Cheating?

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep21: <em>Is Her Husband Cheating?</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola discuss a letter from a woman who suspects her husband might be having an affair. She believes this due to multiple text messages, phone calls, etc.

Photos from The Nerdpocalypse Live Panel at AwesomeCon

Photos from The Nerdpocalypse Live Panel at <em>AwesomeCon</em>

Check out the images below from this year’s live panel at AwesomeCon in Washington D.C. Thanks again for everyone who came out to lend their voices, opinions and laughter! We really appreciated it, and we will see you folks next year.

Review: Son of Batman

Review: <em>Son of Batman</em>

DC’s latest animated feature, Son of Batman, serves as the next installment of stellar animation of familiar comic book superheroes. The movie introduces the audience to Bruce Wayne’s son, Damian. Bruce is unaware of his son until Talia al Ghul drops the boy into his lap after some dangerous circumstances arrive.

Review: Under the Skin

Review: <em>Under the Skin</em>

Based on Michael Faber’s novel of the same name, Under the Skin is a science fiction character study starring Scarlett Johansson as an alien “woman” who preys on men in Scotland. Directed by Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast), the film is low on dialogue but heavy on imagery and message. Taking a unique view of what it is to be human and to understand the nuance of human interaction. This is accomplished via physical attraction through the eyes of an alien.

Review: Transcendence

Review: <em>Transcendence</em>

Movies do well when they get you immersed in their world. Get you involved in their plots. Get you to care about their characters. Make you ask questions that you want answers to. Transcendence, a wannabe blockbuster that “explores” the concept of transhumanism (a real concept with a real Wikipedia entry) does none of those things.

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 129: Holla Back Youngin, Hoooo Hoooo!

The Nerdpocalypse Podcast – Ep 129: <em>Holla Back Youngin, Hoooo Hoooo!</em>

This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast the crew talks science advancements  in the growth of needed body parts, breathing without oxygen, Juggalo Coins, Eisner Awards, Dick Grayson’s new adventures, “Superior” movies, Jaden Smith vs. slavery, Japanese penis festivals, and much more. Image via Andy G. from The FlawedCast Network

X-Men: Days of Future Past Final Trailers Released

<em>X Men: Days of Future Past</em> Final Trailers Released

Bryan Singer’s upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past has 2 previous trailers that have received mixed reviews from the nerd community. The staff here at The Nerdpocalypse have been less than impressed to say the least. Lacking any real “wow” moments the first two trailers played heavily to the nostalgia of the first two X-films instead of blazing their own path. However, this latest trailer aims to get everyone onboard for the May 23rd release.

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep20: Love after Cancer

Love School for Nerds Podcast – Ep20: <em>Love after Cancer</em>

This week on Love School for Nerds, Jay and Abiola respond to a letter from a woman who is in a relationship with a man who has lost his brother to cancer. Due to this fact, their romantic relationship has greatly suffered. The writer of the email wants to figure out how to cope with lack of intimacy issues, depression, etc with her grieving partner. Take a listen and find out what Jay and Abiola have to say about it.

DC Celebrates Batman’s 75 Anniversary with Strange Days short

DC Celebrates Batmans 75 Anniversary with <em>Strange Days</em> short

DC is celebrating Batman’s 75th anniversary with a Bruce Timm produced animated short entitled Batman: Strange Days. The short shows Batman taking on a mysterious giant and Hugo Strange. Check out the short below: