Why do some movies send the wrong message?
Greetings adventurers, welcome to this weeks installment of The Surly Nerd! After our prelude, we head right into the weekly raid (our news roundup).
Kicking things off this week, Donnie Cates is giving back to comics in a huge way and is encouraging others to do so. Sam Rami has been confirmed as the director for Doctor Strange 2, and there’s a new series in the works based on the Overlook Hotel.
Also this week, a Justice League Dark show is finally happening. Crysis is getting a remake and a new X-com is dropping this week. We wrap up the new talking about a new show coming to Netflix based off Image’s comic: Killadelphia.
Our Boss Room this week is all about why people take the wrong messages away from some film.
As always, we appreciate all our adventurers who listen to the show every week and we look forward to your feedback on what we discuss! (firstname.lastname@example.org!)
Grab a drink and settle on in for this weeks action packed episode of…The Surly Nerd!
This week in Comic Industry News: Miracleman gets a reprint with Neil Gaiman and Alan Moore’s work remains in tact, Captain Marvel gets re-launched and Superior Spider-man heads towards the end, Silver Surfer get’s a new title along with Ghost Rider and Iron Patriot, everything becomes the Avengers including a new Loki title, X-men has a ton of changes ahead, Batman Eternal announced, Stephanie Brown comes back to Gotham, The Witcher comes to Dark Horse and Zack Whedon joins Firefly
In Game Industry News: ColecoVison gets a kickstarter, Gabriel Knight gets a remake, Xbox One records achievements, Spider-man 2 gets a video game, Microsoft CEO defends consoles, Square-Enix announces Kingdom Hearts 2.5, GameStop starts discounting old X-boxes and PS3s, Sony ditches the eye camera bundle for the PS4 and Square Enix teams with Indiegogo to help indy developers
In Entertainment News: Star Wars comes to Disneyland, Harrison Ford doesn’t know if he’s doing Star Wars, Game of Thrones takes a different direction, David Goyer talks about Da Vinchi’s Demons, Todd McFarlane talks about Spawn, S.H.I.E.L.D gets a full season, Breaking Bad and American Psycho become musicals, and some Michael Bay stuff happens
This week in Comic Industry News: Marvel settles over Ghost Rider rights, Geoff Johns Leaves Aquaman, and DC Comics apologizes.
In Game Industry News: New Deus Ex and Hitman trademarks, Xbox’s new domain name, Steam family sharing, Playstation vs Microsoft hardware specs, Sony’s new Vita TV, Free-to-play Soul Calibur, and David Cage’s thoughts on indy titles.
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