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Episode 27 – 15 Cents A Nugget
Bob and Zipp are back and ready to talk about the history of podcasting, cheap fast food, Black Lives Matter, the recent string of terrorist attacks, why Facebook sucks, Blue Collar comedy, how to get out of a criminal charge, and chocolate fountains. Also, the boys roll out their brand spanking new theme song!
For those unaware, podcast hosts Bob and Zipp were former members of the Bam Kapow family, a site that became the catalyst for GB, and where many of our staff started out and met. Anyhow, here is the newest episode of the NRQ podcast.
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San Diego Comic-Con International is mere days away, and with it the promise of collectible grab bags and star sightings. But this year something else fans have come to expect might be missing: Leaked Trailers.
Director James Gunn, in a response to a fan’s question about upcoming Guardians of The Galaxy 2 via Facebook last week, hinted at the use of new technology to prevent fans armed with cell phones from leaking special previews intended for the diehards in Hall H.
Continue reading Will New Tech Plug Comic-Con Leaks?
Dubbed by fans as the Arrowverse, the CW line up of DC shows has already wowed fans with numerous series crossovers between their current hits Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, but next season is going to get even better.
(This article contains spoilers for the CW DC universe) Continue reading The CW’s DC Universe: Supergirl, Casting News, Crossovers, and More!
Oh, the power of comics. Thirty years ago, this was unimaginable – the goofy cartoon with the best cheese-to-fun ratio, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and the cartoon with the slickest animation and coolest characters, The ThunderCats, were the top of the top in terms of after-school entertainment. Two fun shows with the two most-iconic swords; two shows with decidedly different vibes; shows that could coexist in a TV-watching lineup but never in the same story or space, save for the imagination or perhaps the toy box.
Continue reading He-Man, ThunderCats Team for After-Prime, After-School Special in New DC Comic
Horror movie characters like Freddy, Jason and the rest have managed to span numerous genres, not just the cinematic universes they were originally born into.
Jason Voorhees for example has his own video game currently in the works, plus old Spectrum and NES games from the 1980s, as well as a board game (called Last Friday) inspired by his murderous antics. And he is not alone.
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Judge Dredd is a staple of the British comic industry. His exploits have been documented in a fantastic story arc, with Dredd getting older through each issue and his view points changing throughout the comic book series.
So it is not surprising that this wealth of Mega-City 1 history would eventually be mined for the big screen.
Continue reading Is Dredd 2 Ever Going To Happen? The Facts So Far.
Nowhere other than maybe reality TV shows, soap operas or Japanese television will you find a more strange, bizarre, unreal and just plain brilliant form of entertainment than professional wrestling.
In wrestling anything is fair game and taboos are there to be broken, and they frequently are.
Continue reading Shock Master, Zombies, and More! Awesomely Odd WWE Wrestling Figures