Two-#eaded Nerd 181: #as#tag

by The Two-Headed Nerd on October 11, 2014

Podcast: Download Welcome to Episode 181 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast! This week, we discuss upcoming release of The Unbeatable Squirrel-Girl, the announcement of Valiant Next, and Archie Vs. Predator! Plus, we discuss how the success of comic book films and television shows impact the source material in our Ask a Nerd segment. […]

Two-Headed Nerd 182: The Culmination of the Culmination

by The Two-Headed Nerd on October 19, 2014

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Welcome to Episode 182 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast!

This week, we discuss the return of Marvel’s Secret Wars, the upcoming relaunch of Uncanny Avengers, and Warner Brothers’ 2016-2020 DC Comics film slate.

Plus, we fill in a relapsing comic junkie on everything he missed at … Read More

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Johnny Bravo

by Anthony Mathers on October 18, 2014

johnny_bravo_1Ah, women objectification. Just as wholesome as metaphors for spousal abuse (The Honeymooners). As long as it’s couched in dim-wittedness, who cares? Surely showcasing these humorous antics with failure as the only result will teach kids it’s not okay to objectify women, right? Who cares as long as … Read More

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Ludicrous Speed Reviews 10/15/14

October 16, 2014

Rom MeyersDeath of Wolverine #1 (Marvel)
A minor story arc at best. Really lack luster event. Could they have made it easier to bring him back? A waste of time if it wasn’t for the art.
Rating: SKIM IT

Flash Gordon#6 (Dynamite)
This whole series has been so great. If you haven’t … Read More

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Answer of the Week 70: The Flash

October 16, 2014
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FlashWelcome back to the Answer of the Week, where Joe and Matt give their answers to the THN Question of the Week along with YOUR audio responses! This week’s question: The series premiere of The Flash aired last week on The CW. We asked for your spoiler-filled first impressions … Read More

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Two-#eaded Nerd 181: #as#tag

October 11, 2014
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Welcome to Episode 181 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast!

This week, we discuss upcoming release of The Unbeatable Squirrel-Girl, the announcement of Valiant Next, and Archie Vs. Predator!

Plus, we discuss how the success of comic book films and television shows impact the source material in … Read More

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Dog City

October 11, 2014

Dog_city_3Jim Henson was a brand of genius that could never be replicated, though many have tried. One of his last productions was The Jim Henson Hour, a weekly showcase of various puppet stories. Sadly, the show garnered poor ratings and was promptly cancelled, with Henson dying a year … Read More

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Ludicrous Speed Reviews 10/01/14

October 9, 2014

Rom MeyersSabrina #1 (Archie)
This was great. Dark art works perfect for the mood. You get to know the characters, they are great story hooks.
Rating: BUY IT

Batgirl #35 (DC)
The art was perfect for the tone of this first issue. The writing rides a fine line between stupid, offensive, … Read More

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Answer of the Week 69: Bizarre Adaptations

October 8, 2014
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Aaron (Hearts) RomWelcome back to the Answer of the Week, where Joe and Matt give their answers to the THN Question of the Week along with YOUR audio responses! This week’s question: what’s the weirdest comic you can think of that would also make a great TV show? Not that the … Read More

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Two-Headed Nerd 180: Balls?

October 5, 2014
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Welcome to Episode 180 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast!

This week, we discuss the upcoming Frankenstein Underground series coming from Mike Mignola and Ben Stenbeck, the Adam WarRock 24-Hour Rap-A-Thon benefitting RAINN (click here for more info!), and SPEEDBALL JOINING MARVEL’S AGENTS OF SHIELD!!!…maybe.… Read More

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Captain Planet

October 4, 2014

captain_planet_1Animation inherently lends itself to humor better than any medium. Any cartoon not including the occasional joke better be damn good or is missing the point. When Public Service Announcements overtook television, every show, regardless of tone, had a ‘special episode.’ Captain Planet is a mix of both; a … Read More

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