October 29, 2014
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss OLED lined planes, anti-phone phones, an infamous theory for The Walking Dead debunked, The Crow, Archie Comics live action show, Static Shock, DC "multiverse," Age of Ultron, Marvel's full slate of films for Phase 3 and much more!
age of apocalypse, age of ultron, black panther, captain marvel, DC, Dr. Strange, Infinity War, inhumans, Krypton, marvel, phone addiction, Sandman, Static Shock, Suicide Squad, the crow, the walking dead
October 22, 2014
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss the Hoverboard, photoshopping images, Marvel Comics' big plans in 2015, HBO going solo in 2015, Gambit solo movie, X-Men Apocalypse casting, Suicide Squad casting news, DC's full slate of movies from 2016-2020 announced, The Flash casting, rumors on a possible cameo from Carrie Kelly, and much more.
Marvel, DC, Comics, Movies, Television, Suicide Squad, Apocalypse, X-Men, Flash, Gambit
October 15, 2014
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back and ready to chat about all the big happenings from New York Comic Con! This week we discuss new WiFi speeds, space elevators, all of Marvel's new comic book announcements, Bill & Ted 3, Ghostbusters 3 (heated discussion), Suicide Squad, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Daredevil, Marvel's plans to adapt the infamous Civil War storyline in the MCU and much more.
Avengers, Batman, Bill & Ted 3, Civil War, comics, daredevil, DC, marvel, movies, Superman, TV
October 8, 2014
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss some regenerative technology, new tech for sex, Fantastic Four comic ending, Deadpool, X-Men, Mystique, Baywatch, Iron Man 4, and the big news about everyone's neighborhood Spider-Man.
October 2, 2014
Professor Arnold T. Blumberg took the time to chat with Jay about his newly designed course, 'Media Genres: Media Marvels,' at the University of Baltimore. The course takes a look at the wildly popular MCU and uses it as a mechanism for understanding societal outlooks. Blumberg goes in-depth as to why he uses pop-culture to reach his students and the ways in which it changes their perspectives.
October 1, 2014
This week on The Nerdpocalypse Podcast, the crew is back to discuss cloaking devices, coffee soaked underwear, Edge of the Spider-verse, Amazing X-Men, The Walking Dead (the new class), Netflix's first movie, Tetris the movie, Fantastic Four, Dead Rising the movie, and much more.