Nerdlocker Movie Review: SWISS ARMY MAN

It’s often bizarre to me that we live in a day and age where so much of the cinema we consume deals in the fantastical yet so much of it rarely evokes the feelings that should go along with that. In various films we see superior beings fly and zoom around effortlessly and cities and […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents: Info•Rama

If there’s one thing that most nerds love, it’s information. And if you visit this site often, you know how much we here at Nerdlocker love pop culture art.  So mixing the two together might seem like a sure thing.  And you would be absolutely correct. The dynamic duo of Kevin Tong and Tom Whalen […]Read More


The story of Narcissus was once a cautionary tale, exposing the damning nature of vanity and the way it can consume us whole. Jump forward to the 21st century, and Narcissus would be a modern hero. In a world dominated by selfies and celebrity, who wouldn’t want to be so beautiful that even their own […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review – Captain America: Civil War

“With a solid plot, incredible performances from their entire roster (including a few new faces), and some of the best action ever filmed, Marvel Studios has unleashed arguably their best film to date.” There’s a large consensus among superhero film lovers that you cannot be a fan of both Marvel and DC films.  It’s frustratingly […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents Saturday Morning Mashup: The Art of Jeroen

If you’re over the age of 25 and reading this article (or just about anything on this site), there’s an overwhelmingly good chance that you spent most of your time watching cartoons and movies, reading comics, and all other delightful forms of entertainment. Our good friends over at the Mondo Gallery have decided to pay […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Jungle Book

I’ll start things off by saying this. I’m not a hardcore fan of the original 1967 Disney animated classic The Jungle Book. It’s not a bad film by any means, but it never really captured my fancy outside of the animation and songs. With Disney’s newest live-action adaptation of their animated films, they handed the reigns […]Read More

The Mondo Team at Emerald City Comic Con

Anytime Mondo is exhibiting at a Comic Convention, fans of the Austin based pop culture company know to put it on their calendars as a can’t-miss event. So when I saw that they would be at Emerald City Comic Con for the first time this weekend I knew that I would do whatever I could […]Read More

A Look Back At Emerald City Comic Con 2016

I told myself that I was only going to one convention this year. I’ve been looking forward to going to a convention in Austin, Texas in October so would be saving my convention money. I would even be abstaining from San Diego after going the past four years. That all changed when I found out […]Read More

Preparing the Essential Con Bag for ECCC

With the first day of Emerald City Comic Con getting under way today, many nerds from around the country see their days or even months of planning for the convention coming to fruition. While some are forced to wait until the weekend to hit the Con, others have carefully packed all the gear they need […]Read More

DC Entertainment’s Rebirth

DC Entertainment officially announces all the new creative teams for their “new” books. I’ll be honest, not sure how this relaunch will go, but here’s hoping. Let us know what you think of the announcement. For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else nerd, check out, a place for your inner […]Read More

DC All Access Updates

BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE CAST INTERIVEWS It’s finally here! Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice explodes into theaters tonight. But before you head to the multiplex, don’t miss this new DC All Access movies clip featuring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, Holly Hunter and Laurence Fishburne […]Read More

Mondo Presents House Party

There’s no originality anymore. Everything is a copy of a copy. Remakes. Reboots. Re-imaginings. It’s all crap. Not so fast my Nerdy friends! Mondo is here to save the day with House Party, a collection of over 200 pieces of original artwork for $200 with contributions from 100 artists. It’s definitely the largest lineup they’ve […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Corpse of Anna Fritz

Review by Shane “Hobo Socks” Miner. THE CORPSE OF ANNA FRITZ Is Now Available Exclusively on When Nerdlocker World Headquarters asked if I wanted to knock out a review a new Spanish horror flick I was pretty excited. I am a huge horror fan but outside of Guillermo Del Toro films I am pretty […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Presents Robocop by Gabz

Grey Matter Art has already produced two Robocop prints, so you’d think that maybe the property would get stale. That is not the case at all. This time around Grzegorz Domaradzki (Gabz) tackles Detroit’s supercop and the results are vastly different than those done by Kilian Eng or Matt Ferguson. Gabz’s style shows off more […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents NO LONGER / NOT YET: A Tribute

For this year’s SXSW kickoff, Mondo is unleashing a brand new exhibit, No Longer / Not Yet: A Tribute to Richard Linklater at their Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas. The show is featuring brand new art from some of Mondo’s finest, all dedicated to films from Linklater’s career, including Dazed and Confused, Bernie, A Scanner Darkly, […]Read More

KICKSTARTER: Dead Decks Dynasty by Florey

One of our favorite artists has launched his first Kickstarter campaign. What are we to do? Support the hell out of it and let you in on the Nerdy goodness! Designing a deck of cards has been something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. The goal of this Kickstarter Project is to fund […]Read More