Welcome back to The Nerdy Legion, don't worry, we've come to our senses and this episode is less of a non-sequitur (maybe). Martin kicks things off for a recipe for Peanut Thai Stripper, then reveals his plan to rid the world of its problems. Then, Nick talks about some games he's been playing lately including the amazing Cribbage With Grandpa. Then, Martin moves on with a new segment about #1 issues everyone should pick up, this week talking about Heathen #1 and The Old Guard #1. Finally, Martin buys tons of trades, there's talk of Lego Batman and more!
Nick and Martin assemble to form a Voltron of not safe for work commentary on this new episode of The Nerdy Legion! How many bad fish jokes can Nick make? How much whiskey did Martin drink playing Goldeneye? Plus, John Wick 2, Lego Batman, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, and Martin goes balls deep into the Tales from the Crypt hardcover collection...and tons more! Thanks for listening and send all your hate mail to either @nickwetmore or @geekvine.
Welcome to a special episode of The Nerdy Legion where Martin is joined by Darrell Taylor to discuss The Wild Storm #1 by Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt. Martin and Darrell go down memory lane and talk about some of Ellis' previous Wildstorm work as well and how that seems to have influenced the new book. Then, we dive into a discussion of Cullen Bunn moving to DC, working for the big two, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Secret Empire, the tough business of physical comic shops, and more! But where's Nick? Tune in and find out!
Martin returns from his self-imposed hiatus because to tell you the truth, he just couldn't stay away from podcasting. It's like crack, I tell you. This week, Nick and Martin chat about M. Night Shaymalan's "Split", the RPX movie experience then shift into comics with a chat about Infinity Inc. Vol 1 (guest starring Martin's six year old daughter), Warren Ellis, indie picks, Comixtribe's Sink #1 and so much more! Plus, Valentine's Day doughnuts, crockpot recipes and more!
In this episode of The Nerdy Legion,, Nick and Martin go about their usual tangents, starting off with things they've watched lately before a mention of Denny O'Neil takes the boys that a winding path. Plus, Plastic Man, Phantom Stranger, the return of Samurai Jack, Martin goes on hiatus, Nick reads the Avengers Vibranium collection, Nick reads Batman: I Am Gotham and more!
This week, our friend Rob Krygier from Comic Book Booster Club and Geekbrunch Retrocast joins Nick and Martin for an extended discussion of Starman Volume 1 (issues #0-16) by James Robinson and Tony Harris. We dive deep into every issue and just what makes this comic book so special...and how it's made Martin hunger for more Golden Age goodness.