Tony and James take on DOOMSDAY and more on an all new episode of…The Surly Nerd!
Do we NEED Doomsday in Dawn of Justice?
Greetings adventurers, and welcome to this weeks installment of The Surly Nerd! After our (Mad Max [non-spoiler] filled) prelude we jump into comics, with a new He-man comic collection that has James excited. We also cover the failed Archie kickstarter, the DC Comics Bombshell comics, why calling Secret Wars a ‘jumping on point’ is important with a bit of a rant about the new Captain America toy that has us ticked off at Marvel.
In game industry news, Nintendo is opening up a theme park at Universal Studios, Sony is going to be launching No Man’s Sky as if it was their own first person title, and we talk a bit about why World of Warcraft has been hemorrhaging players over the last several months. From there we go into Igarashi’s “not-Castlevania” kickstarter, where Konami’s new investments will be localized and get into the heated debate about Microsoft’s ability to disable your X-Box One remotely.
Over in the world of entertainment, we tell you about the X-men movie no one cares about, why Age of Ultron “broke” Joss Whedon as a director as well as news about the Ratchet and Clank movie of all things. We close out entertainment news with our thoughts on DOOMSDAY coming to the new Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice movie and tie it all together with our thoughts on Hollywood remakes.
Our epilogue this week is ALL about our E3 predictions for this year. 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! (email@example.com!)
Grab a drink and settle on in for this weeks action packed episode of…The Surly Nerd
Episode 137: Tony vs. James ; The Dawn Of Justice
In Comic Industry News – He-man, Archie Kickstarter, DC Bombshells, Secret Wars and Captain America toys
In Game Industry News – Nintendo theme parks, No Man’s Sky, World of Warcraft, Igarashi, Konami, X-box licences
In Entertainment News – New Mutants, Joss Whedon, Ratchet and Clank, DOOMSDAY and Hollywood remakes
Epilogue – E3 Predictions
A new Masters of the Universe collection? Yes please!
Read about the things we love to talk about!
All about The Death and Return of Superman: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PlwDbSYicM
Learn about the Masters of the Universe!: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masters_of_the_Universe
Jack Kirby’s takes center stage on this weeks…The Surly Nerd!
In case you didn’t know,
Jack Kirby was kind of a bad ass
Greetings adventurers, it’s time for an all new episode of The Surly Nerd! This week we come at you with all the geeky news you need, while spinning off topic more than usual! After the prelude we jump into comic news where we tell you all about Marvel’s X-men ’92, Jack Kirby finally getting the recognition he so rightly deserves and close out Level 1 talking about the Death of Wolverine and why Wonder Woman is so important to comic history.
In Level 2, we go into the changes that Nintendo is trying to undergo to become relevant again as well as why Sony is having internal issues. We wrap up gaming news with the closure of Microsoft’s entertainment division and why that hurts their current console more than helps it. In Level 3 we chat about the new Agent Carter show and how she ties into the greater Marvel U, debate if a Hellraiser reboot is a good idea, go into Fox’s gritty Peter Pan series and close it all out with another Leatherface prequel. In the epilogue this week we get a little serious as we talk about video game movies in the context of modern comic book movies.
So grab a drink and settle on in for this weeks action packed episode of…The Surly Nerd!
Episode 113: Kirby’s Dream Come True Summary:
In Comic Industry News – Jack Kirby, Wolverine, Wonder Woman, X-men ’92
In Game Industry News – Nintendo region locking, Sony, Microsoft
In Entertainment News – Peter Pan on Fox, Leatherface, Hellraiser, Agent Carter
Epilogue – The video game movie revolution
The last time someone wanted to reboot Hellraiser,
it didn’t go so well
Read about the things we love to talk about!
All about Jack Kirby here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Kirby
What is Hellraiser?: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hellraiser
Chicken Breasts with Avocado, Tomato, and Cucumber Salsa!: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/chicken-breasts-with-avocado-tomato-cucumber-salsa
This week in Comic Industry News (16:30) – The future of Axe-cop, ALL the Spider-men and a Comic-con Harley Quinn one-shot.
In Game Industry News (33:00) – Everything about the world of VR you need to know, Amazon streaming games, Star Wars goes Arkham, and Igarashi wants to be in Samus.
In Entertainment News (1:07:00) – More animated LOTR, who is taking over Ghostbusters 3, POWERS comes to Playstation, Scarlett wants more Widow, Tiger Lily gets white-washed, Scarface gets made again, and Boondocks gets a final season.
This week in Comic Industry News: One of the greats, Nick Cardy has passed away, Marvel tells us all about the new X-Force, a new Ms. Marvel comic is about to be launched, and Vertigo launches The Royals: Masters of War.
In Game Industry News: Nintendo tells us how well the are doing in Japan and how they see their future, Final Fantasy 14 makes Square a lot of money, Microsoft gives indy developers Unity, and Killer Instinct says no to Arcade mode for a while.
In Entertainment News: Blockbuster is ready to go under, Daredevil gets a new show on Netflix alongside Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist with a potential Defenders movie to follow, Fox wants more Wolverine, Nightwing and Wonder Woman decide to drop into the Batman vs Superman movie, the creator of Veronica Mars takes on iZombie and Guillermo Del Toro take on everything.
Also this week we want to give a special shout out to the gang over at HellraiserOrigins.com Go check out their site, like them on facebook and give them a ton of support!
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.