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Posted: May 27, 2015 in Uncategorized

By: Tonya Hardin

GWAR was among the slew of well-known and highly renowned celebrities that attended Comicpalooza this year. They’ve been around for over thirty years, and they still haven’t slowed down at all. They’ve released thirteen studio albums, two live albums, and countless music videos. They’ve even got their own beer, barbecue sauce, and e-liquids on the market.

Their genre of music has been appropriately referred to as “shock rock.” They undoubtedly know how to rock, and they are all about shock value. With their brutal sci-fi themed costumes, their hard-core metal style, and their vulgar, somewhat disturbing sense of humor, they never cease to amaze and entertain. They are that dirty little side of the mind that always seems to end up in the gutter. They are that train wreck you can’t keep from watching over and over again. They are GWAR!!!

Jimmy actually had the opportunity to interview a few members of the band this weekend, and as usual, they did not disappoint. They were in full character as the offensive, raunchy, hilarious heathens that they’ve always been. Over-the-top, yes. Larger than life, absolutely. But most of all, horribly inappropriate.

Wait for it…… . . .

Posted: May 26, 2015 in Uncategorized

By:JD Hardin

So, I know on a weekend like this, we would normally be blasting articles left and right. We do apologize for the lack of coverage thus far.


We’ve been HARD at work covering Comicpalooza for all of you. Expect at least an article a day for the next week. We will also be bringing several videos with celebs, artists, and writers.

Thank you for your patience, and check back often.

Don’t forget to like often, share often, and listen in to our Spreaker on Sunday nights.

Mad Max: The Wasteland

Posted: May 20, 2015 in Uncategorized

By: JD Hardin

It took a few decades, but last Friday, I finally got to see our favorite Road Warrior on the big screen again. Launching Mel Gibson’s career, and setting a long held world record for cost to profit ratio, Mad Max revolutionized post-apocalyptic films. After years of trying for a fourth installment, and near a hundred scripts later, we find a result that was worth a long wait.


For those that follow our Facebook, we broke the news that Tom Hardy has indeed signed on for three more Mad Max movies. Today, we are confirming that even further.


George Miller, the mastermind behind all the Mad Max movies, has outright stated that the next script has already been written. He also said a novella has been written for the, currently unnamed, following sequel.

Were you paying attention there?
If you were, then you caught my insinuation that the next Mad Max movie has a name. That name will be (insert drum roll here)

Mad Max: The Wasteland

Ooooooh. Do you feel that? That’s cinema getting better right now.

I will personally be keeping my finger on the pulse of this one. As soon as I know, you’ll know.

Remember, like often, share often, and listen often.

We will be broadcasting LIVE Friday, May 22 at 6pm CST from Comicpalooza. Be sure to listen in!!!

Meet JD

Posted: May 18, 2015 in Uncategorized


CEO of The Nerdery, JD

Supergirl and Tom Welling

Posted: May 15, 2015 in Uncategorized


Listen closely, I could swear I hear Tom Welling


Posted: April 27, 2015 in Uncategorized

We’re going live at 9cst!!!

Meet Jimmy

Posted: April 26, 2015 in Uncategorized


What’s Out Wednesday

Posted: April 22, 2015 in Uncategorized

Normally, I post quite a few comic books that are coming out for today. Today I’m going to try something a little different. we’ve had several discussions on air concerning sexuality in Comics, and lack of diversity. DC Comics has more then explored varying sexual preferences in their characters. However, today I can proudly say that Marvel Comics has caught on. With today’s issue of The All-New X-Men Bobby Drake, also known as Iceman, has officially come out of the closet as being homosexual. We at the nerdery are proud supporters of the LGBT community, and are very proud to see this change. Posted below are a few pages from this issue.