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  1. Nerdy Show 296 :: The Hunker Games

    The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast unloads on the latest geek news and happenings!

    We survived Hurricane Irma! Venture to the “dirty side of the storm” and thrill as we describe all our first world inconveniences of sassy trees, migratory bird flight plans, power outages, and copious hunkering. It turns out while we were keeping clear of windows and raking endlessly, some cool media came out. Hear our thoughts on Seth MacFarlane’s spin on Star Trek and Galaxy Quest, The Orville. We also explore how Stephen King’s IT measures up against the classic, Tim Curry-fronted 1990 miniseries and discuss what we can do about un-cancelling Dark Matter.

    So crack open a can of escargot, boot up your Richard Dawkins simulator, and HUNKER DOWN with this episode of Nerdy Show. (more…)

  2. Nerdy Show Interview: Chamber Band – Time Traveling Through 36 Questions & Governor’s Square

    When The Nerdy Show Network’flagship podcast isn’t unloading on the latest geek news and happenings, we’re diving deep into super-specific discussions and interviews.

    Chamber Band have made it their mission to emotionally disarm you while exploring beloved nerd worlds. In their debut record, Deities, they cheekily adventured through Dungeons & Dragons, in Careers they braved The Hunger Games, and now in Governor’s Square they’re taking on H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine and The Invisible Man. However, in all cases it’s best you check your preconceived notions before venturing further. Love, loss, and existential but infinitely relatable quandaries await you – and with those universal themes, captivating music. This is no mere fanfiction; Chamber Band cuts their source material to the core.

    Join Cap and vocalists/ songwriters Chris Littler and Ellen Winter as they explore the new record and how it fuses two beloved sci-fi classics into one potent narrative. But that’s far from all Chamber Band has been up to – they’re the writers behind the podcast smash-hit 36 Questions! Hear about how this musical/ audio drama hybrid came to be, the challenges of drastically changing up both formats, and getting props from the creator of Hamilton. We also debut a new track and unleash an unheard rarity from the archives. (more…)

  3. Nerdy Show Review: Twin Peaks – The Return

    When The Nerdy Show Network’flagship podcast isn’t unloading on the latest geek news and happenings, we’re diving deep into super-specific discussions and interviews.

    Looking for a spoiler-free review of Twin Peaks – The Return? Well sorry, folks – there’s no such thing. Tune in to the first couple minutes to hear the broadest of discussions of our thoughts on the revival series, and then buckle up. After we cross the spoiler wall you’re going to want to have seen all of the series or the strange desire to be even more confused than the average Peaks fan.

    This summer we took a vacation, more of a road trip really – we spent more time than expected in Las Vegas and middle-of-nowhere North Dakota, but most importantly we returned to a small town in Washington where strange things happen. It was a wild ride; one that we could never have predicted, and now that it’s over we need to decompress. Cap is joined by Peaks-pal, Consequence of Sound‘s Mike Roffman, for a support group-like unpacking of all the mirth and horrors we’ve witnessed. (more…)

  4. Nerdy Show 295 :: The Immortal Iron Fish

    The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast unloads on the latest geek news and happenings!

    Do you want to be a master of martial arts fish-ticuffs? Well, you’d better look somewhere else, friend! We’ve got zero good advice and only the dregs of the nerd world to feed on. We’re pop culture catfish! Join us as we nom through the goop of our geek lives.

    Learn about the fruits of Brandon’s plant harem, Doug’s difficulties with Deep Space Nine, Cap’s strange adventures prepping for the second series of The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program, and boR’s burning hype for the new season of Dik Gently. We unload about the upcoming Secret of Mana remake, check out the new Cartoon Network series, OK KO!, utterly fail to pitch television shows to Doug, and yes – there’s more in store. It’s everything you could ever fish for. (more…)

  5. Nerdy Show Review: Amazon’s The Tick – Season 1 – Spoiler-Free

    When The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast isn’t unloading on the latest geek news and happenings, we’re diving deep into super-specific discussions and interviews.

    The biggest, boldest, bluest name in superhero comedy is bounding back into your life! This week Amazon unveils the first season of The Tick (or half of it anyway). Ben Edlund has returned to his cyan creation with the incomparable Peter Serafinowicz in the title role alongside a cast of up-and-comers. Join Cap, Tony, and Doug as we celebrate the Ticks that have come before and discuss the finer points of what this new spin on an old favorite does differently. In this spoiler-free review, learn how the show has evolved past the pilot that was released last year and what a darker, more story-driven series can do for comedy and classic Tick stories that prior shows couldn’t. (more…)

  6. Nerdy Show 294 :: Carbon Nano Toobin’

    The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast unloads on the latest geek news and happenings!

    Global warming getting you down? Just go carbon nano toobin’, brah! We discuss a surprising new science that could eat CO2 and spit out the multi-use material of the future: carbon nanotubes. Blind and unchecked science and capitalism have got us into this mess, and it turns out they might save us too. We’re full of summer fun science facts!

    Join us as we explore the games we’ve been playing – such as Splatoon 2 and Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds – as well as share our thoughts on Disney’s new incarnation of DuckTales. Are we about to see a Disney Afternoon shared universe? What do the Scale Watchers hosts think of Elon Musk? How does a Heavenly Sandwich taste? And most importantly, is your salmon cannon ready? (more…)

  7. Nerdy Show Update :: August 2017

    Hey folks! No episodes for the next couple weeks while we travel and sort out surprise summer shenanigans! However, if you’re craving entertainment – all is not lost –  this is an exciting week! Hear Cap tell you the details in the audio below but also, here’s the details:

    Out today we have an all-new episode of Dungeons & Doritos. As of this episode, the series is on a hiatus of an undetermined length as explained in our recent D&D Update. We do have one more D&D project to fill the gap though – a second “D&D Q&A”! Send in your questions for the cast or characters to dnd@nerdyshow.com by August 25th.

    Also out this week is a new episode of Lightning Dogs and The Orphans: Facility. And if you’re a fan of our audio dramas, it may please you to know that a new entry in The Call of Cthulhu Mystery Program is about to go into production.

    This week, you can see the Lightning Dogs crew: Cap, Doug, Tony, and artist local-shop at Megaplex in Orlando, FL –  August 4th-6th. We’ve also got a panel on Saturday at 4pm called “Don’t Let Your Dreams be Dreams”. (more…)

  8. Nerdy Show Interview: Marc With A C Gets Shock Treatment

    When The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast isn’t unloading on the latest geek news and happenings, we’re diving deep into super-specific discussions and interviews.

    Before there was “reality TV” there was Shock Treatment – a side-step sequel to The Rocky Horror Picture Show that confounded fans and slipped in under moviegoers’ radars in 1981. No sweet transvestites here, just Brad and Janet trapped in a televised torture chamber that looks eerily like America in the 21st century. The film faded into obscurity, where it would’ve languished were it not for some die-hard fans, among them the lo-fi musician and familiar voice here on The Nerdy Show Network, Marc With A C.

    In this episode, Marc and Cap share everything you need to know about this hidden gem of b-movie musicals: the actor strike that led to massive changes in the plot, the fandom that re-discovered it, and the weird story of how Marc’s just for fun covers of the songs turned into a beloved piece of the Shock Treatment legacy (now being pressed on vinyl to coincide with the Blu-ray release). We also have a Rocky Horror bombshell to drop as Marc’s journey to license these songs shed some light on the long-rumored, often-denied follow-up film, Revenge of the Old Queen. (more…)

  9. Nerdy Show 293 :: Escape from Ape-Catraz

    The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast unloads on the latest geek news and happenings!

    Something genuinely strange has happened friends. There was once a age where summer blockbusters were a popcorn-munching escapist’s paradise of awesome stories coupled with dazzling effects. But those days were long past, plots got dumber, and quality films became few and far between… Until now. Against all odds, summer 2017 has hit hard with stellar films. Films that are critically acclaimed, artfully crafted, and explosive in the effects department. In this episode we share our awe and wonderment with Spider-Man Homecoming and War For the Planet of the Apes. But that’s not all.

    Join Cap, boR, Tony, and Brandon as we explore not only our summertime film habits, but the amazing TV we’ve seen too including the new Warren Ellis-penned Castlevania on Netflix, cartoons we’ve caught up on, and other treats from the small screen. Plus: Brandon’s Apes notes he scrawled in the darkened theatre, a few good books, and the Splatoon-fueled debate of cake vs. ice cream. (more…)

  10. Nerdy Show Interview: 40 Years of Cerebus the Aardvark with Gerhard

    When The Nerdy Show Network’s flagship podcast isn’t unloading on the latest geek news and happenings, we’re diving deep into super-specific discussions and interviews.

    Cap celebrates 40 years of a comic book milestone: Cerebus the Aardvark. It’s an independent comic that took the world by storm, changed the industry forever, and broke bold new ground with its hilarious and heart-rending story. The series was written and drawn by Dave Sim with background artist, Gerhard. Together they chronicled the life of this ill-fated aardvark with Sim drawing the characters and Gerhard anchoring the cartoon animal into immaculately rendered environments.

    This archival HeroesCon panel is a one-on-one conversation with Gerhard as Cap learns about the artists’ collaborative process in creating the longest-running indie comic of all-time, how to ditch school but still get some book learnin’, and breaking beyond the background with Gerhard’s new project, The Smile of the Absent Cat, written by Grant Morrison for Heavy Metal. (more…)

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