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Comic Book Day: Going Inside Marvel’s “Hulk & The Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”

What’s better than one Hulk smashing things? How about a team of Hulks smashing things? Marvel’s latest venture delivers on this super-sized premise with Hulk & The Agents of S…. more

Larry King’s Top Ten Superheroes

Larry King is like a superhero himself, but instead of a cape and cowl, his power comes from his suspenders and glasses. Truly, he belongs here on Nerdist and on… 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
 

Geek Week Comic Creators Panel: Big Names, Big Projects

Another highlight of YouTube Geek Week is something our own Dan Casey and Brian Walton did at Comic-Con in San Diego, the Geek Week Comic Creators Panel, a series of… more

Comic Book Day: Jeff Lemire Transcends Space & Time in “Trillium”

For writer/artist Jeff Lemire, his new Vertigo series Trillium isn’t just an exercise in stretching his sci-fi muscles; it’s an exercise in stretching the boundaries of his creativity and… more

Comic Book Day: Tom Morello’s “Orchid” is in Full Bloom

It’s been almost a year since we last spoke with musician-writer-activist Tom Morello about his Dark Horse comic book series Orchid, his music, and his politics. When we last encountered… more
 

Comic Book Day: Pull List for August 7th, 2013

Have you gone to see The Wolverine yet? Or 2 Guns? If not, what are you waiting for? It’s Comic Book Day in the cinemas right now in addition to… more

Comic Book Club: The Wolverine

What did Comic Book Club think of the new X-Men movie, The Wolverine? Lots of discussion this week with guest Scott Eckert, and also, occasionally, some comic reviews.   Check… more

Comic Book Club: The Fifth Beatle

Vivek J. Tiwary, author of the new graphic novel The Fifth Beatle, joins returning guests Jeff Newelt and Brian Heater to discuss what it’s like being a fifth wheel. And… more
 

Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky Are “Sex Criminals”

Note: the following interview contains some language that may be NSFW, so suck it up or get back to your spreadsheets already. If the NSA is reading this article, then… more

Geek Week: 18 Days and an Interview with Grant Morrison

Last week we gave you a preview of Grant Morrison and Graphic India’s latest project, the animated, comic-inspired 18 Days. Today, as part of Geek Week’s Global Geekery Day, Graphic… more

Nerdist Comics Panel #9: Fanship and Creators’ Responsibility

Comics edition #9: Hosts Len Wein (creator of Wolverine, Swamp Thing, and hundreds more), Adam Beechen (Hench, Batman Beyond), Ben Blacker (Thrilling Adventure Hour; Wolverine: Season One), and Heath Corson (… more
 

Top Ten Movies You Might Not Know Were Based on Comics

You’ve probably seen the posters or trailer for the new action-comedy film 2 Guns, starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. It concerns a DEA agent and a Naval Intelligence Officer… more

Marvel Returns to the ’40s for “Agent Carter”

On Friday night of Comic-Con, a screening was held at San Diego’s Reading Cinemas of the newest Marvel One-Shot, the series of short films that usually accompany the Blu-ray releases… more

Gear Up for Geek Week with Grant Morrison’s “18 Days”

Known for his highly cerebral comics work and tackling Western pop cultural mythologies with a unique style, renowned writer Grant Morrison’s latest project is slightly more animated. The surly Scotsman… more
 

Comic Book Day: Matt Kindt Talks “Forever Evil” Month at DC Comics

Matt Kindt is a name comics fans have probably been seeing for a while now, and at Comic-Con in San Diego, I was lucky enough to chat with him briefly… more

Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving’s Annihilator Cover Debut

Grant Morrison is everywhere these days. From wrapping up Batman Incorporated and kicking off Wonder Woman: Earth One to the Eastern epic 18 Days, the writer can’t seem to stop… more

Comic Book Day: Pull List for July 31, 2013

Summer may be entering the home stretch as July comes to a close, but like the U.S. Postal Service, Comic Book Day is undeterred by rain, sleet, fog, snow,… more
 

Comic Book Club: Captain Action

What time is it? Time for ACTION, as Captain Action’s stewards Ed Catto and Joe Ahearn return to the show.   Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find… more

Comic Book Club: Alan Starzinski

Comedian Alan Starzinski stops by to fill in the guys about what it’s like to be on “reality” show Comic Book Men, and how his Mom keeps setting people up… 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
 

Nerdist Comics Panel #8: SDCC 2013 Wrap Up

Comics edition #8: SDCC 2013 wrap up with Len Wein (creator of Wolverine, Swamp Thing, and hundreds more), Ben Blacker (Thrilling Adventure Hour; Wolverine: Season One), and Heath Corson (upcoming:… more

Review: Is “The Wolverine” the Franchise’s Healing Factor?

The short review:  While overlong, James Mangold’s The Wolverine is a high octane cocktail of ninjas, noir and adamantium-laden action that will leave you feeling refreshed and thirsty for more…. 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