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  1. Wicked Anime’s Must-Watch Winter 2017 Anime


    It’s a new year and a new season in anime, and there’s a lot to get excited about! From the most adorable anime girls to long-planned revenge plots to returning favorites, this season has definitely got something for everyone. Join the Wicked Anime crew and Nerdy Show members and affiliates as we highlight the winter 2017 anime YOU should be watching!


  2. Wicked Anime’s Must-Watch Fall 2016 Anime

    fall-2016-anime-openerThe fall 2016 anime season is full of surprises. At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be many exciting titles. But as you settle in for a show’s season, you’ll find much more than meets the eye. There are always those disappointments (*cough* Occultic;Nine *cough*), but expect more pleasant surprises than negative ones. Join the Wicked Anime crew and Nerdy Show members and affiliates as we highlight the fall 2016 anime YOU should be watching! (more…)

  3. EarthBound Composer Keiichi Suzuki Scores US Film, Crowdfunds Vinyl Release

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    EarthBound is the biggest cult hit in video game history for a great many reasons and we’ve extolled those reasons myriad times in the past here on The Nerdy Show Network. Without question, one of the most celebrated aspects of the game’s awesomeness is its score, created by Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu “Hip” Tanaka. The score’s avant-garde genre fusion has topped game music lists, and influenced a whole generation of musicians following its release. (In fact, this past month I hosted a panel of musicians Camp Fangamer celebrating the music of EarthBound – you can hear it as a perk on our Patreon). Suzuki’s influence doesn’t just reach to a revered game series, he founded the new wave bands Hachimitsupai and the Moonriders and composed for revered Japanese films like Tokyo Godfathers and the 2003 revival of Zatoichi. Now he’s scoring his first US film and is crowdfunding a vinyl release. (more…)

  4. Wicked Anime’s Must-Watch Summer 2016 Anime


    This current summer season has been HOT! We’re not just talking about the weather here, we’re obviously talking about the summer season of anime! While some excellent shows have gotten a second season (like Food Wars! The Second Plate) and shows continuing from last season (like Re:Zero), there are a plethora of premieres to original shows and manga adaptions that just cannot be missed. The Wicked Anime crew, along with Nerdy Show members and affiliates, weigh in on must-see summer 2016 anime. Whether you just try it for a couple episodes, or marathon your way through a show in one sitting, you will not be sorry you tried any of the anime recommended here! (more…)

  5. Nerdy Show’s Suicide Squad Review

    Tony and boR saw Suicide Squad! One of them loved the the other was kind of ambivalent. Can you guess who? (Hint: it’s not who you’re thinking!)

    After a heaping mess of grimdark, can DC kick it cinematic presence into gear and put out a fun summer film? In this spoiler-free Suicide Squad review hear who were the stand-out characters, how the shift in tone works for this new chapter in DC’s cinematic U, and more!


  6. Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 2 Trailer & SDCC Panel Insights

    After a triumphant return to television last year, Ash returns this October on Starz! In the Ash vs. Evil Dead season 2 trailer, released last week, we see Ash is finally living his dream in Jacksonville…but the dead aren’t far behind.


    Minor spoilers lie ahead. So if you haven’t seen season 1 yet, go fix that mistake before reading any further!

  7. Creators Unite at the Nickelodeon Happy Happy! Joy Joy! SDCC Panel

    25_years_nickelodeonIt’s rare to find a kid who grew up in the 90s and wasn’t profoundly influenced by Nickelodeon programming. Such was the theme of the San Diego Comic Con panel “Happy Happy! Joy Joy!: 25 Years of Nickelodeon Original Animation.”

    Panelists included original animation creators Craig Bartlett (Hey Arnold!), Butch Hartman (The Fairly OddParents, Bunsen is a Beast!), Jhonen Vasquez (Invader Zim) and Arlene Klasky (Rugrats). This panel was a part of the company’s promotion of The Splat, a block of programming dedicated to Nickelodeon’s iconic series from the 90s and early 00s, but also had some inside looks at the upcoming Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie, Hartman’s new show Bunsen is a Beast!, and the debut of Vasquez’s own original TMNT short.


  8. The Rogue One AT-ACT Toys Are Making Star Wars History!

    Hasbro is making toy history with their line of vehicles for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Behold: the AT-ACT (aka All Terrain Armored Cargo Transport) as seen in the beach assault in Rogue One‘s trailer… aka a masterpiece of fusing a vehicle, a playset, and remote control features. Here it is in action:


  9. Samurai Jack on Adult Swim Ventures Into Uncharted Territory: An Interview with Genndy Tartakovsky

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    After 10 years off the air, visionary animator Genndy Tartakovsky is concluding his sci-fi martial arts opus. In 2016 we’ll see Samurai Jack on Adult Swim in 10 episodes making up one epic five hour movie.

    Now that the series is a part of Cartoon Network’s late night, mature audience programming, and after a 50-year time jump for the character, we’re going to see some changes and Jack will notice them too. We spoke with Genndy Tartakovsky at San Diego Comic Con, and he elaborated on the grittier season and how it will effect the character. (more…)

  10. All Aboard the Hype Train! SDCC Reveals First American Gods Trailer

    First the bummer: we weren’t able to make good on our quest to attend San Diego Comic Con’s American Gods panel. (Luck pushed too far, and one sweltering wait in an endless line later, we still didn’t get in.)

    HOWEVER, even those of us who didn’t make it still get to see the most important bit: the first series trailer!


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