Available for streaming our download HERE.
After some serious editing difficulties SoloJones (Aaron) has uploaded not one, but two excellent Doctor who centered episodes of Nerdversity 101. The Daleks exterminated the first recording, and for a bit the next recording appeared to be silenced, but with a bit of audio sonic screwdriving both are now available to stream or download.
Check out PART 1 HERE
and then follow it up with PART 2 HERE.
Recently the nerd world mourned the passing of Harold Ramis, who was an excellent writer and director on top of being most famously known as an actor, specifically as Egon Spangler of the Ghostbusters.
The loss didn’t come to far after a personal one for me, when I was already feeling about reflective. There is literally no time that i can remember not being a Ghostbusters fan in my life. I could quote almost every line by the time I went to kindergarden. The movie will always stick with me. As I grow older, stripes, groundhog day and other of Ramis’ work also became favorites.
I thought it was with digging into the archives and suggesting you give nerdversity 101′s Ghostbusters episode a listen for some fond reflection: CLICK HERE to visit our audio host where you can either stream or download the episode.
G.I.Joe Future Noir is one of those obscure alternate takes that almost every property has, that many wouldn’t even know existed. Idw published the small manga sized black and white trade paper back in 2011.
it featured a young team of Joes who are sent on a mission by General Hawk. Duke commands a squad consisting of of Scarlet, Roadblock, Sci-fi (with an interesting twist) and a rookie by the name of Helix. Don’t worry, they met Snake-Eyes along the way.
The first thing you may notice is some of the unusual members on the roster. Sci-fi is no longer the laser trooper from the ARAH days, but instead is a cyborg who serves as pilot, and general computer/support for the team. His face bears a resemblance to Gambit, and his later body part switcheroo reminds me of 90′s era bad comic cyborgs. UPDATE: I initially didn’t see any ties to the classic Sci-Fi here, but Joe Nation’s Casey pointed out that Star Brigade Sci-Fi (v4) had bat like hand attachments and had been re-assigned to be a pilot.