Welcome to the first Two-Headed Nerd Mini-(Epi)sode! (THN Episode 274a if you’re nasty.)

This week, we have important information about the upcoming THN Rebirth and we review 10 recent comic releases in a special edition of the Ludicrous Speed Round!… Read More


THN Road Trip: Nashville Edition!

June 17, 2015

THN Road TripNerd on the Road!

Quick Intro: May turned into a busy travel month for me. Anytime I am visiting another town, I like to stop in to a local comic shop and spend a couple dollars. Yelp is pretty useless when it comes to reviewing comic places and thought I Read More

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Replacing the “Big Three”

April 18, 2015

Replacing the "Big Three"Who would be your “Big Three”?

While listening to Joe and Matt on the Two Headed Nerd Answer of the Week podcast, they mentioned Thundarr the Barbarian. They chalked the reason that the series worked so well up to the idea that each character represented one aspect the hero’s … Read More

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Keith Silva is “Not for Everyone”

March 4, 2014

EDITOR’S NOTE: I’ve been sitting on this piece from THN Ombudsman Keith Silva for almost a month now, trying to figure out a way to respond that wasn’t simply defending against his points, but making points of my own.

I wanted to talk about how a rating like “skim it” Read More

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The Best/Worst X-Men Time Travel Tales

October 25, 2013

BishopThe X-Men are committed to bringing about a world that treats mutants as equals instead of, you know, hating and fearing them. Charles Xavier’s dream and all that, right?

Well, the X-Men are also committed to messing up the time-space continuum more than Old Biff and his fist-cane.

Even … Read More

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Get Your Hubris Outta’ My Chutzpah or How Matt Baum Was (Sort of) Right

May 14, 2013

Matt BaumTo the ebullient Kacie Baum: I am sorry. I loathe admitting it, but that sly devil with the haircut somewhere between Alec Baldwin in Glenngarry-Glen-Ross and Mike Score from Flock-of-Seagulls, Matt Baum (pictured) … was right. Like Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, Baum knows pornography when he sees it. And … Read More

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Helpful Hints for the Superior Spider-Man

January 9, 2013

Superior Spider-ManSPOILERS!








So, Spider-Man is Doctor Octopus.

Or Doctor Octopus is now Spider-Man.

However you want to frame it, Otto Octavius – I like to call Doc Ock like he’s an old pal – is now in the body of Peter Parker. He’s now … Read More

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Be the Baum, Do the Patrick

December 5, 2012

I believe in comics.

(Trust me) when forces conspire, take Lady Macbeth’s advice: ”… screw your courage to the sticking place, And we’ll not fail.”

Wait! Wait! It’s my only Shakespeare reference, scout’s honor. There was a ‘screw’ in there that must have gotten your attention. I promise; I’m going … Read More

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Three Horrors for Halloween: Walking Dead, Session 9, and Severed

October 27, 2012

Not sure where you’re living, but where I’m at it’s going to be cold and possibly wet, so I plan on barricading myself inside for most of the weekend. Before you start in on me, it is completely sane if I am doing it to pluck out my own hair Read More

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Invincible: One Hundred Issues, One Million Reasons

October 24, 2012

The family business is something that not a lot of children look forward to becoming a part of, unless you’re Mark Grayson, the son of the legendary Omni-Man. Created by Robert Kirkman and Cory Walker, Invincible lives up to its tagline as “The best superhero comic in the universe.” It … Read More

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I’m on a Boat: Why I Didn’t Pass on The Massive

October 23, 2012

Creative-types (writers, artists) live for Armageddon; bunch of Galactuses (Galacti?) with fancy pens, tables that cant and paper. What really gets these ‘Gods of Oblivion’ off happens only after all ‘the poundin’, the hollerin’ and the screamin’ ends — once it’s O.K. to prefix said apocalypse, disaster or crash with … Read More

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