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The Most Intentionally Funny Video of The Day 12/2/13: How To Sharpen Pencils with David Rees

After the emotional, financial, and gourmand blitz of Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Thanksgiving weekend, and this Cyber Monday, I hope that you’ll all be glad to come upon a science headline… more

Exclusive: ACTION COMICS #26 Preview

Lana Lang shooting an assault rifle at a Kaiju-looking lightningbeast that looks like it escaped from an IMAX screening of Pacific Rim? Superman hurling trucks at towering creatures? Clark Kent’s… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

This Week at NerdMelt Showroom: Movember Charity, Tinkle Christmas, SketchMelt, and more!

Congratulations on surviving Thanksgiving and Black Friday. You did really well. Family is super proud of you too. You deserve a treat. Why not treat you to a show or… more

Exclusive: DAMIAN: SON OF BATMAN #2 Preview

After the emotional trauma of Batman Incorporated #8 and the deafening silence of Batman and Robin #18, seeing Damian Wayne back in action is a bit like seeing a ghost…. more

Exclusive: Mark Waid and Chris Samnee Talk DAREDEVIL #1 for All-New Marvel NOW!

Daredevil is known to millions as the Man Without Fear, but soon he’ll be the Man Without an Ongoing Series. Or will he? The news that Ol’ Hornhead’s monthly series… more
 

Hey, Puddin’! It’s a HARLEY QUINN #1 Preview

Given that Harley Quinn #0 was our pick of the week on this week’s pull list (even DC All Access’ Blair Herter agrees), you can imagine just how excited I… more

Super Mario Bros. Gets Gritty in THE FOUR PLAYERS

When most of us think of Nintendo, we think “friendly.”  Nostalgic to millions, Nintendo conjures the emotions of a certain innocence.  Retrospectively, though, this innocence isn’t just about our collective… more

Art Snob: Odd City’s USUAL SUSPECTS

If you follow this blog, A. Thank you (I have low self esteem and every bit counts), and B. I’m sure you’re by now aware of Odd City Entertainment and… more
 

Exclusive: Preview DC’s BATMAN AND TWO-FACE #25

Man, Batman just can’t catch a break. Even when he and a supervillain like Two Face both want justice to be served, they just can’t seem to agree on how… more

Exclusive: ASTRO CITY #6 Preview

Extortion and the business of racketeering isn’t for those who lack the intestinal fortitude to stand their ground and make sometimes unreasonable or unseemly demands of other people. It definitely… more

Geof Darrow Talks SHAOLIN COWBOY, HARD BOILED and More

Remember the first forty-five minutes of Wall-E? With nearly zero dialogue, Pixar was able to craft a deeply affecting, emotionally charged narrative about the last robot on Earth, his cockroach… more
 

Meltdown Comics Celebrates DOCTOR WHO with Free Art Exhibit

How many times has the Doctor saved the world, averted disaster, or otherwise touched people’s lives? Take into account eleven different incarnations in a career spanning 50 of our Earth… more

KABUKI: THE ALCHEMY: A Roadmap to (My) Creative Enlightenment

“The moment that you feel that, just possibly, you’re walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside, showing… more

GeekNation Shares Motion Posters, a/k/a Mosters

A great movie poster can, with one simple image, visually represent the entire feature film. It’s almost like they’re moving themselves, don’t you think? Well, friends, this brilliant premise I’ve… more
 

Countdown to Terror with the MONSTER MACHINE Poster

Something spooky this way comes to the Nerdist Channel this Wednesday – Andrew Bowser’s love letter to classic horror movies, Monster Machine – and, like a faulty Ghostbusters trap, we… more

Fashion! Pizza! Action Figures! What’s New in the World of 3D Printing

While 3D printers have already made a splash in the medical community and even the auto industry with their laser-precise ability to create parts that fit just about anywhere, here… more

Exclusive: BATMAN/SUPERMAN #4 Preview

Got a case of the Mondays? Let us help you wash those workweek blues away with a shiny exclusive preview of DC Comics’ Batman/Superman #4 by Greg Pak and… more
 

10 Things I Learned About Disney’s FROZEN

At a recent early press day at Disney’s Animation Studios in Burbank, some of us were able to watch clips of Disney’s new 3D animated feature, Frozen, the trailer for… more

Comic Book Day: Read 8 Pages of Mark Waid and Max Brooks’ SHADOW WALK

Legendary Comics is distributing this special preview to those lucky so-and-sos who make their way to New York Comic Con, but because we love you and not all of us… more

Exclusive: GREEN LANTERN CORPS’ Bernard Chang on LIGHTS OUT, Pt. 2

Last week, the unthinkable happened on the Green Lantern homeworld of Oa: a mysterious cosmic being known as Relic appeared and decimated the Corps, destroying the Central Power Battery in… more
 

Exclusive: DC Comics’ CONSTANTINE #7 Preview

Despite getting his own television series, Constantine is having a typically tough go of it in the pages of his eponymous comic. A rogue agent during the Trinity War, Constantine… more

This Week at NerdMelt Showroom: Talk Show The Game Show, The Great Debate, Coming Soon, and More

A lot of great shows are coming to the NerdMelt Showroom at Meltdown Comics in Los Angeles this week. Shows like Talk Show The Game Show, The Great Debate, and… more

Neil Gaiman (Pen, on leg, circa 2013)

Jody Steel makes art. Jody Steel makes art on her legs, with a pen. Jody Steel drew Neil Gaiman on her leg, with a pen, and Neil Gaiman liked it…. more