I think the title speaks for itself, but this week J comes back and like Godzilla of yore – wrecks shop in all the best ways, all over our show.
In Comic Industry news (22:00) – Sandman gets delayed, Tank Girl comes back and Batman turns 75.
In Game Industry News (56:00)- Square Enix goes back to basics, Ubisoft wants your money yearly, more Valve goes to Oculus, Nintendo wants Unity on 3DS, and the Ouya gets rid of free to play.
In Entertainment News (1:50:00)- Old man Avengers, Chris Evans ready to quit, free movie tickets for all, 4DX, more Harry Potter films, and Prometheus 2 moves forward.
This week in Comic Industry News: Clark comes out to the world, Sandman gets delayed, we finally have a black Robin and James’ waxes philosophical about EC Comics.
In Game Industry News: Mega Man X comes back…in a way, Blizzard talks Warcraft remakes, Eidos makes more changes to Thief, Sony talks MP3 playback for the PS4 and the Humble Bundle gets a store.
In Entertainment News: Blockbuster has its final rental, CBS green lights a HIMYM spin-off, Walking Dead gets a prequel, Hugh Jackman talks about being Wolverine, Twilight comes to Jessica Jones, Drew Goddard comes to Daredevil and Seth Rogan gets his hands on a Preacher.
A very special thank you to our guest, Dan Price, for coming out to Rapture again and talking shop with us. You can find his work over at http://houndcomics.com/webcomic_masters_of_the_obvious.php and https://www.facebook.com/latexavenger
This week in Comic Industry News: Mark Waid’s run of Daredevil ends but where does that leave Daredevil?, Marvel says fuck spoilers and tells us the plot of Iron Man, DC Comics gets more cover variants, and IDW uses toys to sell more comics
In Game Industry News: Kojima makes MGS for the west, Sony wants you to bid your trophies for stuff, The Wii begins to leave us, Sony and Microsoft fight over real name use online, and Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg tells us if games should be more like movies
In Entertainment News: Marcia Wallace leaves us, Clive Barker talks Hellraiser, Batman tells us that DC can’t get their animated shit together and Wonder Woman agrees, Sony and Marvel team up with Tumblr to make geeks speculate about unimportant nonsense, Ant-man becomes a heist movie and steals our hearts, and we wrap it all up with something about Michael Bay that gives Tony a hard on.
This week in Comic Industry News: Jeff Kinney author of Diary Of A Wimpy Kid starts a benefit to help Oklahoma libraries, Marvel Comics starts their Marvel Now! campaign, a new She-Hulk series is in the works, and the writer of the new Aquaman speaks up.
In Game Industry News: Valve announces a new operating system, controller, and console, Microsoft is watching Valve carefully, Rockstar wants to make a new Bully game, Sony is happy about western response to Vita TV, the 3ds outsells the Wii and China begins to lift their console ban.
In Entertainment News: Gotham becomes a new Fox series, Constantine gets his own series, David Goyer talks about Superman vs Batman, Dumb and Dumber To becomes a thing, Mister Rogers and Warcraft get a movie, Tom Hiddleston wants the Enchantress and Pacific Rim makes a ton of money.
This week on The Surly Nerd…
In level 1, Comic Industry News: Mark Miller and the end of Kick-Ass, James Robinson leaving not only Earth 2 but also DC Comics, we discuss Merida becoming a Disney princess, Rob Liefeild’s new Kickstarter, and a Nebraska library being asked to pull “The Killing Joke” from their shelves.
In level 2, Entertainment News: The Gremlins remake, who is joining the set of Star Wars now, Syfy calling it quits on Warehouse 13, the end of Zombieland, the Wonder Woman series, Assassin’s Creed the movie, Red 3 and the end of How I Met Your Mother
In level 3, Game Industry News: The price of Nvidias new handheld, layoffs at Trion studios, new Xbox controller rumors, speech recognition in the PS4, the Ouya at E3, Nintendo cracking down on youtube posters as well as their E3 strategy, EA’s new studio for Star Wars and their desire to get rid of online passes as well as what they think about the Wii U
We close out this week as always with our Drinks at the Inn segment where we talk about EA pulling away from Nintendo and what that means to the future of the Wii U. Sit back and grab a drink as we get a bit rant-y on this week’s episode of…The Surly Nerd