Grey Matter Art Presents Spider-Man Vs. Carnage by Raid 71

Grey Matter Art, under license from Marvel, teamed up with artist Chris Thronley (Raid71) for a new officially licensed, limited edition screen print for the iconic superhero, Spider-Man. The print also featured the insanely (see what we did there) popular symbiote known as Carnage. Check out the final results for yourself: Spider-Man Vs. Carnage Artist: […]Read More

Grey Matter Art Presents Captain America: The Winter Soldier by

Grey Matter Art is back with some more Marvel awesomeness! Check out their first foray with artist Alexander Iaccarino as he tackles Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Check out the final results for yourself: Captain America: The Winter Soldier – Regular Artist: Alexander Iaccarino Size: 24″ x 36″ Edition Size: 225 Price: $45.00 Printed by: […]Read More

Disney’s Pete’s Dragon Gets A Trailer and It Looks Great!

Here is a first look at Pete’s Dragon, a reimagining of Disney’s cherished family film starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Oakes Fegley and Robert Redford, which flies into U.S. theaters on August 12, 2016. The teaser trailer aired during ABC’s Wonderful World of Disney: Disneyland 60. For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything […]Read More

Kickstarter Alert: Tim Doyle’s “Unreal Estate” Art Book

Back in early 2012, artist Tim Doyle introduced his very first solo art show at SpokeArt Gallery in San Francisco called UnReal Estate. Through his particular illustration style, Doyle presented images of various fictional locales from television shows, often drawn in a darker or more despondent tone than normally viewed through the television. The first show […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Deadpool

It’s about damn time. Walking out of the theatre from seeing Deadpool, I was 100% positive about two things: I’d been correct in my belief that Ryan Reynolds was the only one who could bring this character to life, and Deadpool is absolutely one of the most bat-shit crazy fun films I’ve ever seen. For […]Read More

Where’s Rey?

Looking for a Rey of Sunshine? So are women everywhere. Conspiracy theory alert. So, we’ve all seen the new Star Wars, and we all have our mixed reactions. You need not look any further than your facebook feed to find review after review of the movie, the acting, the spoilers, and the theories- but lately […]Read More

Nerdlocker TV Review: X-Files Season 10

Growing up in the 90s, there were only two shows that mattered to me; Tales from The Crypt and The X-Files. The X-Files was the quintessential show that opened up doors into mythical elements, extraterrestrials, and the evil that consumes our government. When I first heard that there was a new season being developed to […]Read More

SHERLOCK: THE ABOMINABLE BRIDE – REVIEW

SHERLOCK: THE ABOMINABLE BRIDE – January 2 2016 Way back when, July 25 2010 to be precise, an unexpected treat of a show first aired in the UK. The first three, 90 minute episodes of Sherlock gave us an uneven but inventive modern-day take a character beloved for generations. Some eighteen months later, season two […]Read More

DOCTOR WHO – SEASON 9 EPISODE REVIEWS

(Doctor Who logo, all images – BBC) And so it begins, another season of Doctor Who hits our screens and Nerdlocker will be here, each week, giving you our thoughts on the latest episode. As a rule we won’t mention anything beyond rumour, speculation and what’s already been officially announced. In short, spoilers will be […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents “Snikt. Bamf. Thwip: A Celebration of Marvel

Hey there true believers! For this year’s final showcase, the folks over at Mondo are unleashing the awesomely titled Snikt. Bamf. Thwip: A Celebration of Marvel Comics. Excelsior! The show features a roster of some of their most talented artists and will showcase artwork based on the heroes and villains of the Marvel Comics universe. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Trumbo

Is it possible to be on top of the Hollywood A-List and lose it all for what you believe in? The answer is yes. Dalton Trumbo was living proof of that. During the 1940s, Hollywood was painted with movie stars, prominent cinema, and a portrait of the american dream, or so you thought. In a […]Read More

Mondo Art Gallery Presents Originals: A Fine Art Show

Since the opening of it’s first exhibit in March of 2012, which featured sci-fi based pieces, Mondo has been churning out a steady stream of exhibits from their Austin-based gallery space. With each new show, Mondo Gallery has continued it’s success at staking it’s claim as one of the preeminent producers of pop-culture artwork. This […]Read More

Mitch Putnam Talks Mondo’s Latest Gallery Opening

Since the opening of it’s first exhibit in March of 2012, which featured sci-fi based pieces, Mondo has been churning out a steady stream of exhibits from their Austin-based gallery space. With each new show, Mondo Gallery has continued it’s success at staking it’s claim as one of the preeminent producers of pop-culture artwork. Since […]Read More

Nerdlocker Interview: Bruce Campbell

When you hear “Hail To The King” you may think Heisenberg or even Elvis Presley, but there is only one answer… Bruce Fucking Campbell! He is the one go-to actor that stays true to his craft and perfects many roles that can be viewed throughout film and TV over the past thirty years. I have […]Read More

Crimson Peak Movie Review

Beware the Crimson Peak… It’s that time of the year again, yes October, and it’s full of ghouls, monsters and horror movies to make your anxiety skyrocket. The newest concoction from Guillermo Del Toro is Crimson Peak, which isn’t a horror movie, but more of a mid-century mystery topped with a hint of supernatural influence. […]Read More

Nerdlocker Interview: Justin Brookhart

For those of you who have never met Justin Brookhart, Mondo’s VP of Operations, I should probably warn you ahead of time. The dude is extremely likable. Always willing to talk to fans, answer questions (when he can), and just chat about stuff in general, he’s an engaging person to converse with. He talks with […]Read More