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Weekly Round-Up :: 5.20.12

Posted by Sophia Horn on May 20, 2012


Nerdy Show Comic Show Ep. 45 :: Mark Waid and the Digital Future – Comic fans, assemble! Nerdy Show is bringing back monthly comic episodes and they’re starting off in a big way. During this episode, Mark Waid discusses the future of comics and possibly making it paperless. Aaron of A Comic Shop and A Comic Show and Nerdy Show hosts, Cap, Hex, Brian “Atomic Robo” Clevinger, and Adam Bernstein of GeekRest will be your guides for the comic adventure.

The Hex Grid :: Wordburglar – Check out this new episode of The Hex Grid where Hex interviews The Wordburglar and gets the details on his new album, 3RDBURGLAR! This episode is rap-tastic.

Flame On :: Fringe 101 – Are you interested in getting your Fringe on ? Let Flame On enlighten you on America’s oldest “fringe” performing arts festival and what it has to offer. Jarrod, Oral, and Bryan interview two cast members from the Fringe Orlando production of Cannibal: the Musical. Bryan also chats with Mike McKee from SPINzophrenia about their Fringe show, a colorguard tribute to the music of the 80?s.

The Real Congregation :: All The Homeboys Of Disneyana – Marc with a C crams multiple topics in this episode of The Real Congregation. From his genius Disney ideas to a Carole King collection. If you enjoy music or Disney, this episode is for you.

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Wicked Anime :: Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine – Need your anime fix? Check out Wicked Anime’s new review on the new series The Woman Called Fujiko Mine. New art director, Takeshi Koike, adds a fun and impressive take on the anime. Watch and agree!


Assassin’s Creed 3 :: Creative Director Interview – Interested in the highly anticipated Assassin’s Creed 3? Well Cap has all the information you need and more after interviewing Creative Director, Alex Hutchinson, at PAX East 2012. Don’t forget to also check out Nerdy Show’s PAX East podcast in case in you missed it!


The Triforce Mike Archives: Mike’s Epinions – The archives has revealed 17-year-old Mike’s reviews and mindset through, an old product review/opinion site started in 1999. You’ll realize that Triforce Mike was never hesitant in sharing his views.

About Sophia Horn

A lover of all things nerdy, Sophie is generally found perusing comic book shops or googling the nearest donut spots. Impassioned Star Wars conversations, nostalgic retro gaming, and discussing old-school hip hop as if it was fine wine are some of her favorite things.

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