Welcome to Episode 115 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comicast!
Plus, we flip the script and Take A Look, It’s In … Read More
Welcome to Episode 103 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comicast, now with 100% less Matt Baum!
This week, John Littrel, THN Love Slave and co-host of the Burnt Weiners comic podcast, joins Joe in the Ziggurat to discuss the current DC Comics/Orson Scott Card controversy, the end of Geoff Johns’ nine-year run on Green Lantern, and the upcoming graphic novel series March by civil rights legend John Lewis.
Plus, the Comic Pushers are back to help a poor tweaker named Velva hooked on the good stuff!
Hey! Don’t forget to check out our all-new, web exclusive feature, Answer of the Week, available ONLY at TwoHeadedNerd.com, where we answer the latest Question of the Week!
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Trade/Graphic Novel of the Week:
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Our theme music is A Better Tomorrow by Dan the Automator. Other music found in this week’s episode was provided by the following sources: Big News Theme — Here is the News by ELO, Ludicrous Speed Round Theme — Fury of the Storm by Dragonforce featuring Dark Helmet, as well as many other fine songs that are copyrighted to their respective artists, record labels, etc, but I can’t list because I don’t know how to work Spotify properly (please don’t sue us).