James and Chuck recount their time this past weekend at Astronomicon as well as remember times they were starstruck. Interviews from Astronomicon include artist Tony Miello and Katie Featherstone and Micah Sloat from Paranormal Activity and Erica and Al join the Squared Circle Round Table to discuss All Elite Wrestling news and this weekend's WWE…
This week Chuck gets ready for Astronomicon by talking to guests Bill Moseley from The Devil's Rejects, and Ming Chen of AMC's Comic Book Men. Al Beck and James also give their opinions one which comic book movies still stand up and which ones have not aged well.
Kenny stops by this week to to get hype about the Resident Evil 2 trailer, Mortal Kombat 11 and a game Chuck found on the Playstation Network called Don't Bite Me, Bro! Al Beck, James and Chuck compare not only Harry Potter and Star Trek but Star Wars for good measure.
AL Beck and Chuck Bean run down the top selling comics, graphic novels and publishers of 2018 as well as talk some current comic book news on this week's episode. Chuck also gives James a preview of the Resident Evil 2 demo, the new NES games on the Nintendo Switch, and his experience FINALLY finishing…
Al Beck, James and Chuck Bean reconvine this week to go over the superhero movie calendar for 2019 and breifly discuss the new season of Doctor Who, the return of the Orville, Seth Mcfarlane, the Megaman Legacy Collection, old DOS games and the Playstation Network discontinuing the monthly free games on the PS Vita and…
Did you catch James on the New Years edition of Monday Night Raw? He recounts the tale on this week's episode! Meanwhile Chuck gives his thoughts on Bumblebee and Netflix' Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Bird Box and Black Mirror Bandersnatch and Al Beck puts in some time with Red Dead Redemption 2 and returns and…
Wrapping up 2018 this week with G.K. discussing the end of Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm E-Sports division and the newest addition to Overwatch Chuck gives his review of Magic the Gathering Arena, the newest way to experience the iconic card game as well as his first game of Richard Garfield's new game Keyforge.
Have you seen Aquaman or Spider-man Into the Spiderverse yet? well James and Chuck have and they've got a preview for you with this week's conversation. Also Al gets an even worse nickname and plays some Grand Theft Auto with his nephew, like you do during the holidays.
Chuck, Al and James divert to discussing variations on thier first names before diving into discussing the Captain Marvel trailer, a recent Star Wars Auction, Chuck'e frustrations with Red Dead Online and more. Mike Pandoff returns to the show to discuss Daredevil Season 3 and how likely it will be these characters will show up…
Its a big week of gaming here on Nerdradio; James gives us his initial thoughts on Fallout 76, Kenny has tales from Red Dead Redemption 2 to share. Chuck has a few tips for RDR2 and Kyle introduces us to a new card game from the creator of Magic the Gathering. Also the latest in…
Chuck, Al and James all talk about the passing of Stan "the Man" Lee and thier favorite memories of his work and his cameos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. G.K. stops by to discuss all the announcements coming out of Blizzcon and Erica and James preview this weekend's WWE events.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally out and Al and Chuck give thier first impressions of the game as well as talk this week's comics and headlines. Jefferson and Chuck discuss games today being too long and Steve Black joins us to talk about the new season of Doctor Who (as well as a little…
A huge week in wrestling and Erica and Chuck are here to cover it all. Roman Reigns has to give up the title because of a real life issue (ITS STILL REAL TO ME DAMMIT) WWE puts on it's first all ladies Event this weekend, and all the political problems surrounding the up coming event…
A cat adopts Al Beck as he and Chuck gush over the recent Foo Fighters concert from this week. Then they get down to Nerd business hitting the headlines and later Kenny and Kyle from the Promo team make an appearance to talk upcoming video games as well as the current Overwatch Halloween event and…
This week Chuck gets Al and Jefferson's take on all the previews for comics, TV and movies coming out of last weekend's New York City Comic Con. Jefferson also updates us on the Dungeons and Dragons campaign he's running and how he got the players stuck.
It's a big week for Spider-man with the release of Venom, a new trailer for Enter the Spiderverse, and Chuck finally gets his hands on the PS4 Spider-man game. Erica stops by to talk about this weekends WWE Super Showdown and last weekend's NJPW Fighting Spirit event.
This week we revisit our conversation with James from Dave and Chuck the Freak and Dustin from Championship Wrestling League ahead of their first show this weekend. Chuck Bean and Al Beck discuss Dan Slott taking over Iron Man and Fantastic Four at Marvel, and Jefferson previews the Ravnica Sourcebook for Dungeons and Dragons.
This week Chuck shows Al and Jefferson the new Batman: Damned book that has lit the internet on fire with an extra special first appearance. Jefferson gets hype about the news of a live action Avatar the Last Airbender, and discussion of not only the Playstation Classic but the new NES app featured in Nintendo's…
'Captain Marvel' is here, and she's making some impact.
Jefferson finds a facinating resource for Dungeons and Dragons, Al Beck gets slightly angry at the release of the new Marvel/Netflix show, Iron Fist season 2, and Chuck recounts some of the Anniversaries in Video Games that are happening in the month of September.
Cue the Our Lady Peace, because "Superman Is Dead."
In celebration of 200 episodes Nerdradio comes to you a second time this week with an ALL IN all wrestling related episode as Erica Banas returns with stories from last weekend's Starrcast. Together her and Chuck Bean run down the card from last Saturday's All In Pay Per View event as well featuring the stars…
Jefferson trades one ID software franchise for another this week, Al and Chuck fondly remember this season of Preacher on AMC. New anime roundup as well and Star Wars news that leads us to the title of this weeks episode.
Chuck has James from Dave and Chuck the Freak in along with Dustin from Championship Wrestling League to discuss their upcoming shows and Jefferson and Al join Chuck to discuss James Gunn, the closing of the website EmuParadise and the Jacksonville shooting over the weekend at a Madden game tournament.
Al Beck tries out Star Trek Bridge Crew on the PS4, Jefferson tells us about the new DLC for Prey and Chuck finishes his Daredevil comics collection at last weekend's Michigan Comic Con. Also an Interview with Eric Peterson of Dragonlord about his comic and it's relation to the new album.
Is this a Disney influence already for the newly acquired crew of cartoons?
According to Billboard, Ruby Rose has left Twitter because of the backlash of being cast as a lesbian superhero for the CW's 'Arrowverse.'
So, when you think of the Academy Awards, AKA Oscars, you think of all of these, for lack of a better phrasing, "epic but snooty films" winning awards.
That is unless you're really excited about a Disney Streaming Service.
Carrie Fisher is one of the most iconic actors of the 'Star Wars' franchise, so how are they going to keep it together without her being among the living?
It's San Diego Comic Con discussion from start to finish this week as Al Beck, Jefferson Moore, Chuck Bean and Mike Pandoff talk about all the trailers and previews we got in the world of comics, TV, Movies and even toys. Plus Chuck and Al are up to shady comic book dealings in the parking…
The working title for the show, according to A.V. Club is 'The Curiosity of Jeff Goldblum.'
AMC's investigation lead them to clear Chris Hardwick for work after his ex-girlfriend claimed sexual assault and emotional abuse.
Guys will wanna see it because it's a comic book movie. Chicks will want to see it because it's got Jason Momoa in it.
Well, this is upsetting.
According to an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Jonathan Nolan shares that he and the studio didn't get why Heath Ledger was cast as the joker.
To mark the 25th anniversary of 'Jurassic Park,' a giant statue of an opened-shirt Jeff Goldblum has appeared on the lawn near the Tower Bridge in London.
This is the most Jeff Goldblum thing that Jeff Goldblum could do.
With Marvel barely showing anything coming to San Diego Comic-Con, it's DC's turn to take the reigns on the spotlight.