Play

Welcome to Episode 44 of the Two-Headed Nerd Comicast! In this episode, Joe and Matt discuss the merits of a nose-less Lizard in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man film and the record-shattering sale of Nick Cage’s copy of Action Comics #1. This week also features the debut of a new segment, Catching Up on the Pile, where THN takes a minute to talk about the some titles that have been gathering dust on their comic stacks. Plus, Ask A Nerd is back with a question from Jesse about the rumors that Bruce Wayne will DIE in Dark Knight Rises!

This week, Joe gets trippy with his review of Haunt #19 from Image Comics and Matt hops in a rickety rocket to Mongo in his review of Flash Gordon Zeitgeist #1 from Dynamite. For next week, Joe throws a curbeball by picking Vertigo’s Hellblazer Annual #1 by Peter Milligan and Simon Bisley. Matt stays true to form by picking yet another Marvel book: Defenders #1 by Matt Fraction and Terry Dodson.

If you like what you heard, please consider donating to The Two-Headed Nerd. We’re glad to spend some cash to keep the show running, but we need YOUR help if we’re going grow THN to its full potential. Every cent you feel led to give is deeply appreciated and NO amount is too small. Donating is simple — just click the DONATE button on the THN homepage to use our secure, Paypal-powered system.

Don’t forget to check out our new blog! That’s where you’ll find all of our written content that doesn’t make it onto the show!

You can subscribe to the show on iTunes! Simply search for “Two Headed Nerd” in the iTunes store or click here! While you’re there, help THNCC get noticed by leaving a star rating and/or writing a review. We need your help to spread the word!

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, Catch Up Theme — Catch Up With You by The Beatitudes, Ask A Nerd Theme — They’re So Incredible from the Revenge of the Nerds soundtrack, Taxman by Los Rolls, The Hero by Queen, Glacia by Aarktica.