Nerdy Legion

Need a little joy in your life? Then you've come to the right place! Join Nick and Martin every week as they take a seat on the comfy couch for an in-depth discussion at all things nerd as they dive into subjects ranging from tv, movies, comics, tech and more!

Nerdy Legion is hosted by Martin Ferretti and Nick Wetz and produced by Martin Ferretti. Support us on Patreon. Get in touch with us via Twitter, @nerdylegion, by sending us an e-mail.

Nerdy Legion has released 269 episodes since launching on Aug 08, 2015

Nick and Martin are back with an all new episode of the Nerdy Legion and on this episode: John McAfee didn't uninstall himself, Nick dives into Daredevil and Hulk Masterworks, the return of the fan favorite episode Martin Buys All The Things, the greatest zombie show of all time, Hellblazer, Thomas Pynchon rocks, what is going on in Manifest, and another installment of Financial Fridays!

It's time for another episode of The Nerdy Legion, your #1 source for finance tips on the interwebs! On this episode, Martin holds a budgeting meeting, Nick goes trash diving for his AirPods, Sweet Tooth is awesome, conspiracy theories and Bad Idea comics! Get ready to have your socks knocked right off  of your face in the only way Nick and Martin know how! Explosion! Explosion!

Nick and Martin return to answer the most important question on the interwebs...have aliens mind controlled Martin to go all in on the Apple eco system? Why is Colossus so underutilized? Did Emma Frost ruin Cyclops or was it something else? Is Martin the new Gambit? Does the Eternals teaser prove we just can't have nice things? Did Nick convince the audience to watch Modok on Hulu? All this and so much more on the latest episode of The Nerdy Legion.

This is not the Geek Brunch you were expecting...you want show notes? No. Ok fine...on this episode, we talk about the hottest streaming trend - inflatable hot tubs -, plus murderous Big Foots, Punky Brewster, Jupiter's Legacy (the Netflix series AND comics), what's a bialy, office supplies, and tons more stuff that shouldn't make sense in the same conversation, but you know...this show never makes sense...just like these show notes.

Gear up as Nick and Martin talk about how dumb naming conventions are on comic book trades and how the amount of choice is making Martin not want to buy anything (but he buys it all anyway). Nick then decides that nobody tells him what to do and he drops a bomb on his adopt-a-character choices. Plus, "Superman and Lois" is awesome, Mortal Kombat isn't good, but it sure is entertaining, and so much more!

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