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May 31, 2019

Welcome back to another edition of a Nerd's Guide to Art! For this weeks artist, we are bringing you the work of James Raiz. Raiz is an accomplished Matte Painter, Illustrator, Modeler and Texture Artist  who has worked on both feature films and for many mainstream comic publishers. He is well known for the attention to detail that he brings into his illustrations, and he has devoted a youtube channel to just that. On his channel, The Box Office Artist, Riaz regularly posts videos where he pushes the limits of detail into a still pleasing composition with popular properties...

May 24, 2019

Welcome to the first edition of the N.W.A's "A Nerd's Guide to Art". A look at all things nerdy in the world of art, running the gambit from fan's who show their love through visual arts to professionals who give us the images we fall in love with. So come with me each week as we explore artworks throughout all of the Nerd Empire.

To start things off, I thought we would start with a personal hero of mine, Donato Giancola. Giancola is a well established oil paint, with over twenty years experience working in the industry. He has worked for many companies, including big names l...

May 23, 2019

“Fans are the absolute best and worst parts of all fandom…”

Anyone that actually knows me… not you out there living your lives on the interwebz, but my actual friends, are familiar with that phrase since I’ve been uttering it ad nauseam for about 10 years now.

When did SO MANY nerds become such entitled, tantrum-throwing children?

My mind hops in the way-back machine when “Attack of the Clones” came out… my least favorite of ALL the Star Wars films… Yes! I griped about it incessantly with my friends. Yes! I thought the acting was terrible, the CGI (though groundbreaking at the...

May 13, 2019

Kevin here, lately I've been doing a deep dive on Exosquad. If you dont remember, it was a short lived cartoon (just 2 seasons) in 93 and a toy line from 93-96. There was also a comic put out by Topps (man I just love the TCU, their movies are so great) and a sega genesis game.

The cartoon was only 54 episodes before it was cancelled due to some late 90's network shenanigans. It died at a 4am slot. I mean, you know how kids are always up at 4am watching cartoons, how could it have failed? Season 1 is 13 episodes and is the only thing to make it to DVD. Season 2 can be found i...

May 10, 2019

Something I've heard repeatedly since the Walt Disney Company purchased Star Wars in 2012 and relegated the old "canon" novels into "Legends" has been: "How dare you! Those stories were my Star Wars!" and, where I do agree: I myself invested years of my life reading those novels & comics - following my heroes in a galaxy far, far away... that "canon" was also a convoluted mess.

That's fine, you don't have to agree with me... BUT, I challenge you, dear reader (all 1 of you) to find a way to tell the continuing story of our galactic heroes -in movie form-, without forcing the m...

May 10, 2019

In a recent podcast on the Raw Live Unedited Network (rawlivepod.com) one host (Rich aka. El Sinestro) declared that the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a cinematic universe that has yet to hit it's teenage years, was more culturally relevant that Star Wars, the nearly 42 year old pop-culture juggernaut. As a huge fan of both I was torn... wait, who am I kidding? There is no competition.

Avengers Endgame was a MASTERPIECE. Without a doubt, a cinematic marvel (pun intended). The culmination of a well-thought out, (nearly) perfectly executed plan that has financially taken down near...

May 4, 2019

Kevin and Scott break down the Avengers: End Game plot and compare how many times each of them cried. Grab your hanky and love us 3000

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