Nerdy Show 215 :: Writing Duos: Good Things Come in Pairs
Here on Nerdy Show, we give love to creators all the time. After all, talented writers, directors, artists, etc. are what make our pop culture world go ’round. But on this episode of Nerdy Show, we’re going a step further and celebrating those special creators who’ve found their creative soul mates: writing duos.
Perfectly paired partnerships truly do yield fantastic things. We consider the creators behind our favorite books (comics and text) as well as the bold duos behind films, TV, and music to examine just how their dual-brained dynamics make good ideas into great ideas. How funny would The Venture Bros. be without Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer working in tandem? How could A New Hope and Empire have become the stuff of legend without the guiding hand of Marcia Lucas to fix George’s crazy?
Join Cap, Denika, Luke, and La Valle as they ask these questions and more! Thanks to Ross Butler for providing the topic for this Microsode.
- Our Interview with Michael Grant
- Our Interviews with Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning 2010 | 2011
- Our Panel with Bill Willingham
- Our Millennium Episode
- Lightning Dogs
- The Fight Scene in They Live
- The Story of Marcia Lucas
- Silent Hills
- Abnett and Lanning’s Guardians of the Galaxy Complete Collection Volume 1 | Volume 2
- Abnett & Lanning’s Marvel Cinematic Universe Guardians comic
- Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens
- Books by Ilona Andrews
- The Fifth Beatle
- Palmiotti and Connor’s Harley Quinn
- Gray and Palmiotti’s Jonah Hex
- Stephen King and Peter Straub’s The Talisman
- Charles and Daniel Knauf’s Run on Iron Man
- Watch Millennium | Watch The X-Files
- List of X-Files episodes by Glen Morgan and James Wong
- Glen Morgan and James Wong’s Willard
- Will McRobb & Chris Viscardi’s The Adventures of Pete & Pete Season 1 | Season 2
- Edgar Wright & Simon Pegg’s The World’s End
- Eleanor Coppola’s Hearts of Darkness
- Jackson Publick & Doc Hammer’s Venture Bros.
- The Coen Bros.
- Frank Miller, Robert Rodriguez, & Quentin Tarantino’s Sin City
- Travis Beacham & Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim