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Nerdist News: Lady Gaga Goes Gaga for Hatsune Miku

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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

Art Snob: Odd City’s “Secret of NIMH”

You may remember Odd City Entertainment, a poster company based out of the capital of cool, Austin, Texas, and if you don’t know them, you should. They burst onto the… more

Join Nerdist at Wondercon This Weekend! UPDATE: Chris Hardwick Signing Sunday!

UPDATE: We’ve added a signing with Chris Hardwick himself on Sunday 2-3 PM! Details below… As convention season, which seems to be competing with road construction season for longest of… more
 

Art Snob: Gallery 1988′s “We Made Them Do It”

Few art galleries in the “geek game” hold the distinction of being around for a decade, and fewer still can claim to be one of the first to offer nerdy… more

EXCLUSIVE: Take a Sneak Peek at “Red Lanterns” #22

Nothing says “exclusive sneak preview” like Guy Gardner vomiting copious amounts of blood, right? Right? Well, only if you’re talking about an exclusive sneak preview of Red Lanterns #22, that… more

Mike Doyle’s Abandoned LEGO Victorian Houses Are Sublimely Spooky

It’s no secret that we love ourselves some LEGOs around the Nerdist offices. Whether it’s the trailer for the seriously awesome-looking trailer for The LEGO Movie or the LEGO Chris… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Damn Dirty Preview Pages for “Planet of the Apes Spectacular”

In what looks like the greatest Planet of the Apes outing since The Simpsons’ musical blowout, “You’ve Finally Made a Monkey Out of Me,” BOOM! Studios’ Planet of the Apes… more

Take a Sneak Peek at Dark Horse’s “Itty Bitty Hellboy”

Before he was the cigar-chompin’, hard drinkin’ hellraiser that we all know and love, Hellboy was a tiny terror, and, as you may recall, we had the exclusive announcement that… more

Art Snob: (More) Odd City Pac Rim

Pacific Rim is now out in theaters (and is my favorite movie of the year and probably the last few years), but that doesn’t mean the “Pac Rim” (I’m a… more
 

A Preview Of “Nerds Versus Aliens”

So, remember last year when we showed you the results of a very, very cool photo shoot with Alison Haislip as “Jane Bond” and Chris Hardwick, Isaiah Mustafa, and Zachary… more

EXCLUSIVE: BOOM Studios’ “Regular Show” #7 Covers Preview

The animated misadventures of Mordecai the blue jay and Rigby the raccoon in Cartoon Network’s Regular Show have been in panel form in the pages of BOOM! comics for a… more

Art Snob: Odd City/Pacfic Rim Poster Giveaway Contest!

Beloved filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro’s Pacific Rim is nearly upon us, and the entire geeky world is crazy for all things Kaiju and Jaeger. Luckily for us, the art world… more
 

Art Snob: A Talk With Vinyl Toy King Frank Kozik

When I first discovered the world of vinyl toy collecting, there was one man who I can thank (or blame) for what would become a now decade-old obsession; Frank Kozik…. more

Comic Book Day: Ivan Reis Launches “Trinity War”‘s Opening Salvo

Unless your hometown has been shrunken to minuscule proportions by Brainiac and stored in a makeshift terrarium, you must be aware that “Trinity War”, DC’s epic summer slufgest featuring all… more

Art Snob: Into the Pixel- E3 2013

Everyone knows E3 is the home of all things gaming, from hands-on demos, to keynote speeches, to questionable cosplays (it wouldn’t be a con without em’); but for the 10th… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Preview BOOM! Studios’ “Supurbia” #9

With all the insipid Real Housewives series dominating our airwaves, one could be forgiven for approaching Grace Randolph’s BOOM! Studios series Supurbia with some apprehension. Fortunately, the series, which revolves… more

EXCLUSIVE: Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting Re-Team for Image Comics’ “Velvet”

When it comes to strong, vibrant female characters that kick ass both literally and metaphorically, Image Comics is crushing it. From Greg Rucka’s Lazarus to Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga to… more

Comic Book Day: Bringing “Trinity War” to Life with Doug Mahnke

After finishing up a landmark run on Green Lantern with writer Geoff Johns, artist Doug Mahnke is about to take part in DC’s all-consuming summer event, “Trinity War,” which pits… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: DC’s “Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger” #10 Preview

As the Doomsday Clock for DC’s big summer blockbuster event, “Trinity War,” approaches midnight, the whole of the New 52 is gearing up for the Justice League throwdown to end… more

Five Things We Loved About Writing “Doctor Who – Who-ology”

It seemed such a simple request. Albert DePetrillo, commissioning editor of BBC Books, phoned us up and asked us if we would like to write Doctor Who’s official miscellany…. more

Pacific Rim: The IMAX Poster

With Guillermo Del Toro’s robot vs. giant monster movie- Pacific Rim- set to make a kaiju sized splash into theaters on July 12th, you’re going to hear a lot about… more
 

Art Snob: Odd City’s Pacific Rim

One of the biggest movie events this summer is going to be master filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro’s “monster vs. robot” movie, Pacific Rim, and to celebrate the release, Odd City-… more

EXCLUSIVE: “Aquaman” #21 Preview Pages Take Us to the Murky Deep

Geoff Johns may have recently ended his nearly decade-long run on Green Lantern, but he’s still plugging away on our favorite trident-wielding bad-ass, Aquaman. (Sorry, Brick Tamland.) In issue #21,… more

An Epic “Periodic Table of the Muppets”

Artist Mike Boon of Mike Baboon Design did this: a “Periodic Table of the Muppets.” It’s a chart that includes all the Muppets you’ll remember, some you won’t, and all… more