Posts Tagged ‘#Lucifer’

By: JD Hardin

It’s a fantastic week here at The Nerdery. Our friends over at Toxic City Comics are celebrating their one year anniversary. So come out, meet us and hang out as we will be broadcasting LIVE. There will be food, drinks, live music and so much more. We’ll be right here.

Don’t forget, Comicpalooza is coming up. Be sure to BOOK YOUR TICKETSRESERVE YOUR HOTEL so you can stay right next to the action, and GET YOUR AUTOGRAPH AND PHOTO OPS.

Now, it’s time to raid the racks. Marvel finally kicks off the event that fans have been (more…)


By: JD Hardin


The season finale was for Lucifer was a few weeks ago. If you didn’t see it, I feel sorry for you. It was a fantastic series through and through, and it’s no surprise that it has been green lit for a second season. Much to the disappointment of the hate group, One Million Moms, Lucifer has been met with smashing success as millions tune in each week. The production crew made sure to throw everything but the kitchen sink into the series, but have done so with style and class. Offering the depth of a star-studded intellectual drama movie, the laughs of a James Franco/Seth Rogen feature, as much action as the typical Arnold movie, and the AWW factor of a puppy and kitten cuddling, there’s no reason this series can’t last.



By: JD Hardin

Lucifer officially debuted last night on FOX, much to the disappointment of One Million Moms. Based on the Neil Gaiman character, Lucifer Morningstar (Tom Ellis) is the Devil himself. After growing bored of his life in Hell, Lucifer abdicates his throne and sets up shop in The City of Angels, with the intent on helping mankind through it’s misery by making a person admit their deepest desire by using his telepathic abilities. Running the
nightclub Lux. He soon crosses paths with a Los Angeles detective, Chloe Decker (Lauren German), who seems to be immune to his devilish charm. He decides to help the LAPD punish the wicked. All the while Amenadiel (D.B. Woodside) is attempting to either convince Lucifer to return to the throne, or force him to.