Nerdist was started by Chris Hardwick and has grown to be a many headed beast.

 

Nerdist Podcast: The Expressionless

It’s another spontaneous hostful! They talk about how lovely L.A. is when everyone is at Coachella, Matt and Jonah get into a bit that probably lasts too long, and they read a scary ghost story! Artwork by Fernando Pinto… more

Exclusive: Behold SWAMP THING #23.1 – ARCANE in Glorious 3D!

Have you found yourself thinking that DC’s Villains Month covers are lacking that certain 3D ne sais quoi? Well, your prayers have finally been answered this week in the form… more

Exclusive: BATMAN AND ROBIN #23.3 Preview Pages

Villains Month continues to cut a swath of terror throughout the DC Universe this month, and now we’ve got a sneak preview of something wicked this way coming to a… more

Nerdist Podcast: John de Lancie

The very talented John de Lancie sits down with the guys to talk about his role as Jane’s father on Breaking Bad, starting his career in the theater, his… more
 

Exclusive: New Poster for ZERO CHARISMA

Get ready to clutch your many-sided dice in excitement and anticipation. The poster for Nerdist Industries and Tribeca Films’ first feature film collaboration, Zero Charisma, has been released. As the… more

Lauren Gregg and Carlos Ramos’ DnD ’83 Rolls a Critical Hit on the Nerdist Channel

If you’re not familiar with Lauren Gregg, either you need to put more points into Intelligence or take a few ranks in Knowledge (local). I say “(local)” because the multitalented… more

Behold the Meth-Fueled Majesty of DRAKE-ING BAD

File this under “things you never knew you wanted”: evil geniuses Barry Schwartz and Shea Serrano found Aaron Paul’s portrayal of Jesse Pinkman on Breaking Bad to be lacking in… more
 

DOCTOR WHO’s 50th Gets a Title and a Poster

Now THIS is something I want on my wall. Just a moment ago, at midnight in the UK, the BBC announced both the name of and the poster for the… more

Exclusive: DC’s Villains Month Continues in TEEN TITANS #23.1 – Trigon

Move over, Subtember, because Villains Month is in full effect, with the DCU being taken over by the the nefarious Crime Syndicate and your regularly scheduled titles being hijacked by… more

Art Snob: A Visit with Frank Kozik

A few months back, I got the chance to chat with one of my art idols, Frank Kozik. Needless to say, I could have talked to the man for hours… more
 

Exclusive: THE FLASH #23.1 – GRODD Preview

“Trinity War” came to an exciting conclusion, as our fair heroes found themselves face to face with some, shall we say, unexpected visitors from Earth-3. Now, “Forever Evil” is in… more

Art Snob: Mondo’s Ducktales

Sigh. What can I say about the following posters other than, I want them all and kind of feel bad for posting about them, as it will lessen my chance… more

Art Snob Exclusive: Mondo’s I DECLARE WAR Poster Reveal

When you hear the word “Mondo”, the first thing that jumps to your mind is most likely “limited edition posters” or “the evil restaurant from Good Burger.” You wouldn’t be… more
 

Exclusive: DC’s TALON #11 Preview

It’s not easy being an Owl in Gotham City, especially when your one-time court members are hell bent on killing you and you find yourself on Bane’s prison island surrounded… more

Comic Book Day: Vanesa Rodriguez del Rey Brings L.A. Noir to Life in HIT

Across genre fiction, there are certain time periods and settings that are so burned into our collective imagination as to take on a mythic quality. Victorian London, Ancient Rome, The… more

Ales Kot’s ZERO Takes Aim at War Itself

If you don’t know Ales Kot’s name already, you will soon, since he is one of the most dynamic, exciting creators in the industry today. His debut graphic novel Wild… more
 

Art Snob: A Chat with Edgar Wright

As previously covered in this column, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles is one of the premier homes of all things pop-culture related art. From its flagship “Crazy 4 Cult” show,… more

Comic Book Day: Mark Long’s RUBICON is SEVEN SAMURAI Meets SEAL Team Six

Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai, a seminal tale of masterless samurai banding together to defend an oppressed village from a group of scurrilous bandits, is such a universal story that it… more

Art Snob Exclusive: Jason Edmiston’s A ROGUES GALLERY

If you’re reading this column, first off, thanks (I have low self esteem); and secondly, I’m sure you’re well aware of the folks at Mondo and the work that they… more
 

Exclusive: PANDORA: TRINITY OF SIN #3 Preview

Nothing’s stronger than a mother’s love, or at least that’s what they say. But what if you had seven surprise babies that you didn’t really want, especially because they’re the… more

A Look Inside CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2

2009′s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs was one of the most outright hilarious animated films of the digital age. The highly inventive visuals and unique character design melded with… more

Exclusive: ADVENTURE TIME #19 Back-Up Story

What time is it? It’s time for some brand spankin’ new Adventure Time exclusives to get your weekend off on the right foot! Our pals over at BOOM! Studios have… more
 

Get Your Brain Drunk with “Shots of Awe”

Serial thinker Jason Silva spends a lot of time exploring the excitement of the universe around us and speculating on where we might go next. He’s been giving talks and… more

Art Snob: D23′s “Steamboat Willie” Redux

If you know anything about me, you know that I’m a huge Disney fan (and a great hugger), and as such an enthusiast of all things Mouse, it was a… more

Win a Batman Bust As a Thank You from the Nerdist Channel

The Nerdist Channel just passed 500,000 subscribers. That is truly amazing; we’re flabbergasted. Thank you! Thank you all so much! It’s been a fantastic journey thus far, and we… more