Best. Year. Ever. At least for movies…the Nerdherders break down their favorite years in film. Ian’s choice is no surprise, but Matt’s list might be. The boys also hit favorite topics like comic books, video games, board games and upcoming movies and Dave also learns all about Canada. Get The Episode Here!
Everyone loves a great bad guy! In this episode the Nerdherders take you through their top 10 comic book villains of all time. The guys also talk Star Trek Into Darkness, lament about LEGO, discuss the announcement of Xbox One and as usual, Dave comes up with something in Thunderdome that makes Matt and Ian scratch their heads. You Can Find The Episode Here!
It’s a Dave-hosted show, so that means chaos reigns! The boys teach an introductory course on Magic: The Gathering in Thunderdome and chat about the usual tomfoolery such as Iron Man 3, lots of comic books and what happens when a purple worm swallows a dwarf cleric whole. You Can Find The Episode Here!
By popular demand (or at least one listener) the nerds break down miniature wargame Epic Armageddon and the board game Suburbia. Also discussed: Matt’s adventures at Adepticon, Dave’s family road trip and how a paladin who turned into a frog ended up in a teenage boy’s pantaloons. You Can Find the Episode Here!
The boys are back to talk about movies they would like to see updated with a modern remake. The nerds also discuss board games Dungeon Command, Suburbia and Kemet, anticipation for Iron Man 3, Ian’s hopes for a Moon Knight movie, how to make a Green Lantern film that doesn’t suck and magicians as bank robbers. Get The Episode Here!
The guys are joined by former D6Generation co-host Raef “Hollywood” Granger to talk about their favorite inventions or ideas from science fiction. The gang also chats about the board games Relic and Descent: Second Edition, they debut a new comic book segment to dissect Spider-Man and also discuss Raef’s Bizzaro gaming group. AND: Get your Nerdcaps on for the next episode, hosted by Ian and featuring the topic: What movies are ripe for a remake? To me, these are movies that we like, but could be done much better today. Perfect example is Justin’s beloved “Robot Jox.” Get The Episode Here!
On the menu this time out: the best of Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis 16-bit classic games. The nerds also talk about Locke and Key, epic Perudo, X-Wing, lasers and wacky adventures with gender swapping. Find the Episode Here!
For this two hour mega episode the Nerdherders welcome their good friend Joel Carlson, tabletop RPGer extrodinaire! The gang discusses everything from genres and game systems to advice for new players on chosing modules, finding game groups, and staying in character during a session. And enjoy the extended Roll Call and On the Radar, chock full of the normal topics you love…as well as LARPing. Be sure to stay after the wrap for extended bonus clips! Get The Episode Here!
The Nerdherders celebrate their one year anniversary with…well, nothing special. But that just means it’s another fun, hijinks-filled episode. The guys talk about the best TV and movie-based board games, shooting lasers and exoskeleton armored arctic space kitties. No, really. Get The Episode Here! The games covered in this Episode are as follows: Battlestar Galactica X-Files CCG Star Wars: The Queen’s Gambit Star Wars: Battle at the Sarlacc Pit Spartacus Simpsons Clue Dawn of the Dead Firefly Fortress America
In this installment the guys cover their favorite comic book artists, writers and creative teams. They also reflect on TempleCon, acting out their Star Trek fantasies and the fear of the imminent spider uprising. Get The Episode Here! And for those interested, here is a mostly cpmlete of the artists and writers mentioned during the show. Chew – An Eisner Award-winning American comic book series written by John Layman Savage Dragon – An ongoing American comic book series created by Erik Larsen Todd McFarlane – cartoonist, artist, writer, toy designer and entrepreneur, best known for his work in comic books, such as the fantasy series Spawn. Robert Kirkman – The man behind The Walking Dead Jim Lee & Scott Williams – The art team behind Batman: Hush Brett Booth – Artist of Teen Titans Briank K Vaughan – Writer of Saga Fiona Staples – The artist behind Dave’s favorite recent comic, Saga Alan Moore – Writer of Watchmen Kurt Busiek – Astro City Brent Anderson – The artist of Astro City Klaus Janson – Inker of Dark Knight Returns Neal Adams – Artist behind the classic Batman and Green Arrow series. Alan Grant – The writer of various Batman comics. Norm Breyfogle – Artist and writer of many Batman comics Brian Michael Bendis – Of Ultimate Spider-Man fame. Mark Millar – Writer of Ultimates Larry Hama – Writer and artist of classic GI Joe