Two-Headed Nerd 176: Always Bet on Blacula

by The Two-Headed Nerd on August 31, 2014

Podcast: Download Welcome to Episode 176 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comic Book Podcast! This week, we discuss the rumor that Wesley Snipes reprise the role of Blade, reports of Warner Brothers “no jokes” policy for their DC Movies, and Donald Glover’s dream of playing Spider-Man becoming a reality. Plus, we talk to the Answer of […]

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Girl Meets Nerd: WWE SummerSlam!

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SummerSlamAfter spending all day Saturday working (10 hours in the sun, thank you very much), tonight (Sunday) I just wanted to go to yoga and relax at home and have a cuddle party with the pugs. Because that is how you win a Sunday. But noooooooooooooooo. The WWE’s Summer SlamRead More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Seconds

August 12, 2014

SecondsA week or two ago, my husband threw down a hardcover book in front of me and demanded that I read it. He never does this, so my interest was naturally piqued. I love to read, but let’s not lie: If it’s not about some teenagers falling in love while … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Vin Diesel

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Vin GrootSometimes you learn things about your husband. Sometimes the things you learn make you question your marriage. On Friday night, I learned my husband has a thing for Vin Diesel.  If we divorce, that will be listed as the reason why.

It all started innocently enough. We were out trolling … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Thanks, One Direction!

April 21, 2014

One DirectionTwitter might be my most favorite of all the social media offerings. It’s informative, timely and exceptionally weird in the best way. Bonus, you only have 140 characters to get to your point. Perfect for those of us with short attention spans.

Every now and then I get on some … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: 14 for ’14

March 28, 2014

BaumsWhoa! You guys, I have been MIA for months, and I do apologize. There was just some shit that came up that I had no control over. The holidays, my grandparents battling to see who could have the most heart attacks and hospital stays in two months, conference in Chicago … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Christmas With the Baums

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Girl Meets Nerd: Benedict Cumberbatch Voices a Dragon

December 19, 2013

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I took two … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Home Alone

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Though, if I had … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Catching Fire

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When it comes to movies, comics, short stories and books, I’ve never seen him question or be … Read More

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Girl Meets Nerd: Almost Human

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Keith UrbanSunday night my husband had a mini freak-out: You guys, HE FORGOT TO DVR THE SECOND EPISODE OF THE NEW SHOW ALMOST HUMAN! AHAHAHAHAHAAH! Anyhow, once he realized, you know, the Internet exists and he could find it there (legally or illegally is still up for debate), he finally … Read More

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