THN 157: Taco Pizza Party

by The Two-Headed Nerd on April 14, 2014

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Welcome to Episode 157 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast!

This week, we discuss Amazon’s purchase of Comixology, the optioning of Vertigo’s FBP for film, and the upcoming death of Archie Andrews.

Plus, we try to figure out why the grass is greener on the Left Coast … Read More

Batman Forever, Part Two

by Kevin Coffey on April 17, 2014

Batman Forever 02Welcome to Batman Forever, a weekly review of “Batman Eternal” from DC Comics.

I’ll read every issue and give a short review along with a prediction of to what’s coming next. And, as a special treat, I’ll reproduce one panel from each week’s comic with some of the many action … Read More

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Ludicrous Speed Reviews 4/16/14

by Aaron Meyers on April 17, 2014

Rom HeadshotGenesis (One-Shot) (Image)
I really enjoyed this high concept surrealist comic about death, life, rebirth and creation. Check it out, amazing art.
Rating: BUY IT

Sinestro #1 (DC)
I think if you are invested in what’s happening with the Lanterns this is probably a good comic for you. As a … Read More

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Answer of the Week 49: Fictional Death

April 16, 2014

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StarmanWelcome 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 fictional character’s death affected you most as a fan? 

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Batman Forever, Part One

April 15, 2014

Batman Eternal 01Welcome to Batman Forever, a weekly review of “Batman Eternal” from DC Comics.

I’ll look at the weekly comic every time for a short review and a prediction as to what comes next. And, as a special treat, I’ll reproduce one panel from each week’s comic with some of the … Read More

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THN 157: Taco Pizza Party

April 14, 2014

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Welcome to Episode 157 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast!

This week, we discuss Amazon’s purchase of Comixology, the optioning of Vertigo’s FBP for film, and the upcoming death of Archie Andrews.

Plus, we try to figure out why the grass is greener on the Left Coast … Read More

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: The Incredible Crash Dummies

April 12, 2014

The popularity of commercial spokes-people isn’t a new. While today we have the Geico’s Hump Day Camel and Progressive’s Flo, they were predated by many. One being The Incredible Crash Dummies. Of the many agendas being shoved down kid’s throats by the Bush administration, wearing your seat belt … Read More

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Answer of the Week 48: Captain America The Winter Soldier

April 10, 2014

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Cap 2Welcome 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 did you think of Captain America: The Winter Soldier?! FULL SPOILERS AHEAD!

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Ludicrous Speed Reviews 04/09/14

April 9, 2014

Rom HeadshotAll New Doop #1 (Marvel)
WTF is a good way to describe this. Not for everyone, but I liked it.
Rating: SKIM IT

Nightcrawler #1 (Marvel)
Very mediocre first issue. Solid art. Nothing special.
Rating: SKIM IT                                                                         

Batman Eternal #1 (DC)
Decent if not sterile art and an … Read More

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Nerd at the Movies – Captain America: The Winter Soldier

April 7, 2014

wintersoldier8The first Captain America left audiences wanting by not telling a complete story and only serving as setup for the Avengers. The Winter Soldier had a lot to prove. Expectations for this were high. Aside from taking the name of one of the most popular Cap stories, this promised … Read More

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Edu-tainment!

April 5, 2014

billnyeThe inclusion of educational material was once a mandate in our often mindless cartoons at the end of the 20th century. Some fulfilled this requirement by including Public Service Announcements at the end of their show. Others went a different route, becoming educational shows. Thanks to rampant Internet popularity, everyone’s … Read More

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