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

 

Nerdist News: More Live From WonderCon with Jason O'Mara, Simon Kinberg, and Lots of Deadpool

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Nerdist Comics Panel #22: Comic Book Heroes

Adam Beechen (Hench), Ben Blacker (Thrilling Adventure Hour), and Heath Corson (Justice League: War) chat about who their comic book writer heroes were growing up and what happened when they… more

Pitch This, Vintage Edition: An ’80s Action Movie AVENGERS

To round out Marvel Week, and because Thor: The Dark World hits theaters today, I thought we ought to try to do something with the cast of everybody’s current favorite… 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!  UPDATE: Jessica Chobot has been added to the Nerdist Panel on Sunday at 12:00PM! Details below…… more
 

Bent-Con, A Convention for LGBTQ Fans, Comes to L.A. This Weekend

While bigger geek related conventions like New York Comic-Con have been getting all the mass-media exposure lately, there is one convention that has slowly been growing into something unique and… more

Nerdist Podcast: Kevin Feige

Chris and Jonah travel to Marvel Headquarters to talk to the man in charge, Kevin Feige! They talk about all the different Marvel movies, upcoming projects, and how Kevin is… more

Five Essential THOR Collections

With Thor: The Dark World upon us, some of you out there might be thinking of going on Amazon or to your LCS and picking up some classic Thor collections… more
 

Top Ten Most Iconic Marvel Video Games

Oh, boy, it’s about that time, folks. Thor: The Dark World is here, which means there’s yet another reason for nerds everywhere to put their video games down and leave… more

Pitch This, Vintage Edition: An Early-90s SPIDER-MAN

Spider-Man has, by far, had more televised animated incarnations than any superhero, and that’s including Batman, who comes a close second. Hot on the heels of the 1992 X-Men cartoon,… more

Marvel Week: Charles Soule Talks Breaking In, Thunderbolts, She-Hulk and More!

Who is Charles Soule? That’s a hard question to answer, because Charles is many things: musician, lawyer, husband, father, novelist, and (most recently) comic book writer.  I sat down with… 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

ARROW Recap: League of Assassins

This week’s episode of Arrow, “League of Assassins,” was very Black Canary heavy, with which I’m totally okay. After the “promise” last week that Sara Lance would tell her family… more

Comic Book Club: Chris Hastings Saves The Marvel Universe

Writer Chris Hastings returns to the show to talk about his new book “Longshot Saves The Marvel Universe,” and way more. Like, totally WAY more.   Check out the website… more
 

Top Ten: Marvel Animals

Sure, the world loves a superhero; from Iron Man to the X-Men team, costumed avengers are definitely popular right now. Marvel Comics is the king of caped crusaders (and “parent”… more

Tom Hiddleston: The Greatest Living Impressionist

It’s kind of not fair. Tom Hiddleston, he of Loki fame, is not only a very handsome guy and a terrific actor, but he’s also incredibly funny and a master… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for November 6, 2013

So, you’ve made it all the way to Wednesday, you’ve enjoyed the hell out of the Nerdist News premiere, you’re eagerly awaiting episode two, and you’ve got a hole burning… more
 

10 Lesser Marvel Movies That Paved The Way

By now, movies based on Marvel properties are a $12 billion enterprise, with several different studios and production companies involved churning out hit after hit. Largely, this trend began with… more

David Mack Talks ALCHEMY, the Future of Kabuki, and the Creative Process

If you haven’t already read the article I wrote about David Mack’s seventh Kabuki volume, Alchemy, you should probably do that before you read this interview, since it will add… more

Pitch This, Vintage Edition: An Authentic 1960s X-MEN Movie

Matthew Vaughn’s X-Men: First Class gave cinematic audiences an idea of what the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters might have been like in the 1960s. It’s a really fun movie… more
 

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. to Feature THOR 2 Crossover

On Friday, it’s Hammer Time once more, as Norse mythology nerds and Tumblr-addicted Loki fans will at long last be able to return to Asgard in Marvel’s Thor: The Dark… more

Nerdist Comics Panel #21: Greg Rucka

Ben Blacker (Thrilling Adventure Hour) sits down in New York traffic with superstar writer Greg Rucka (Whiteout; Gotham Central; Lazarus) to talk about his interest in crime fiction, the myth… more

Viz Launches Massive Manga Catalog on Apple’s iBooks Store

Good news for those of you out there who want to scratch their manga itch without getting adult-onset scoliosis from lugging around scores of weighty tomes of Naruto, Bleach, and … more
 

Exclusive: SWAMP THING #25 Preview Pages

Performance reviews are the bane of everyone with a corporate overseer’s existence. You’re essentially going head to head against your fellow employees, and they are evaluating you based on some… more

ARROW Recap: Crucible

The word “crucible” refers to a gargantuan and difficult task to complete, a trial by fire, as it were. It also means a bowl used to mix super hot materials…. more

Comic Book Club: Best X-Men Ever

Comedian Sean Reidy returns to talk about the Best X-Men Ever! Also, reviews of Velvet #1, Samurai Jack #1, and The Sandman Overture #1! Check out the website at comicbookclublive…. more