I've been a comic nerd since Spider-man and his Amazing Friends and the Super Friends. So someone please explain to me, when did Aquaman become so cool? Also, why isn't She-Hulk in more media?

X-Men: Days of Future Past – Can We Go Back

I read a review of X-men: Days of Future Past that claims it gives Avengers a run for its money. I just don’t see it. In fact, I don’t even think it’s as good as The Amazing Spider-Man 2. If I could travel to the past to save the future, I would change three things about […]Read More

Motor City Comic Con 2014 – Lost Girl Panel

Check out this clip from the panel on Lost Girl with Paul Amos and Rachel Skarsten. These two were hilarious with their verbal sparring. In this clip, Paul has an embarrassing confession (well for a room full of nerds anyway) and then gives the quote of the weekend. For more info on comics, video games, movies […]Read More

Who is Sprite? Read X-Men Days of Future, Past!

The fifth installment of the X-Men films (seventh if you count the two Wolverine movies) is based upon one of the most acclaimed X-Men storylines by the creative team of Chris Claremont and John Byrne. When X-Men fans found out that this film was being made and that it would be a way to connect […]Read More

Motor City Comic Con 2014 – Day 3

    It’s kids day! Kid’s day at Motor City Comic Con is always my favorite. There is nothing like the pure joy of kids who love science fiction, video games, and superheroes. My favorite little troop of munchkins was this Tiny Justice League. With both my kids in tow, dressed as Adventure Time characters, […]Read More

Motor City Comic Con 2014 – Day 2

Day two in one word: busy. While nothing will compare to last year when Stan Lee was in attendance, there were definitely a lot of people in attendance on day two. Unlike last year, most people were not nearly as disgruntled. I heard people actually fought in the parking lot. But then I also heard […]Read More

Motor City Comic Con 2014 -Day 1!

Motor City Comic Con 2014 – Day 1 Day one at the Motor City Comic Convention was superb. Everyone I met, whether it was a celebrity guest, comic guest, cosplayer, artist, or fellow Nerd, was friendly and excited to be a part of the convention. Even though the costume contest is on day two, there […]Read More

Exclusive Nerdlocker Interview – Kyla Kenedy!

http://www.nerdlocker.com – Jason interviews Kyla Kenedy from The Walking Dead at this year’s Motor City Comic Con! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below! For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else nerd, check out Nerdlocker.com, a place for your inner nerd. Also check us […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014 – Sci-Fi edition – The Champion is…

Obi Wan Kenobi versus James Tiberius Kirk. If this were hand to hand combat, there is no doubt that Obi Wan would win. Even Old Ben would win. Kirk’s shirtless might would be no match for a Jedi with the Force no matter his age. So let’s consider the franchises from which they hail. The […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014 Championship – Star Wars VS. Star Trek!

So here it is. It’s come down to Captain Kirk and Obi Wan Kenobi, or better yet, Star Trek versus Star Wars. Captain Kirk vs. The Doctor – Both Kirk and The Doctor are willing to cheat. Both depend a lot upon technology, their starships, and their companions. Kirk fights. The Doctor runs. Kirk wins. […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014 Sci-fi Edition! – Final Four

It’s the four big guns. While I, personally, would have liked to see Darth Vader represent the Star Wars division, I am a servant of the people and you all voted for Obi Wan Kenobi. Kirk wins the battle of the Star Trek captains, perhaps proving that Next Generation fans have faded away since the […]Read More

Captain America: Winter Soldier – Full of Suprises

Overall, I really enjoyed Captain America: Winter Soldier so don’t let the beginning of this article throw you. My only two complaints are that the supposed plot twists were pretty predictable and that Captain America is still the most vanilla superhero in all of Marvel. The writers try to make Captain Rogers interesting. They try […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014 Sci-Fi Edition! – Elite 8

The Sweet 16 of March Nerdness is nothing like the basketball tournament. Everyone left in the Elite 8 was originally ranked in the top three seeds of their division.  All the underdogs have gone…under. (Airball of a pun, sorry.) Here are the results, short and sweet. Remember, if you don’t like them then blame yourselves. […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014: Sci-Fi Edition! – Sweet 16

Round two saw some more brutalitly as Darth Vader, father of the year, defeats his own daughter. Similarly, The Doctor, who goes through companions like cheap tissue paper, discards the lovely Amy Pond. The battle of the ugly alien monsters sees the Xenomorph put the beat down on the Thing. Of the coolest Doctor Who […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014: Sci-Fi Edition! – Round 2

Round one offered very a few brutal matchups. Darth Vader had to deal with the guilt of eliminating his wife for a second time and next he’s up against his daughter. The Doctor had to put down his beloved K-9. Picard had to jettison Wesley into the black void. But most of round one played […]Read More

March Nerdness 2014 – Sci-Fi Edition!

It’s that time of year again! Time for March Nerdness! This year it’s all Sci-fi. Our divisions are Star Wars, Star Trek, Doctor Who, and The Classics. When it comes to doing an all sci-fi tournament, three of the divisions were obvious and need no explanation. The Classics, however, is made up of characters who […]Read More

Nerdlocker Artist Interview – Mitchell Hammond

Mitchell Hammond’s animated short on YouTube has been making the rounds on social media lately. If you’re a Batman and/or Terminator fan, you can see his adoration for both of these franchises. Nerdlocker had the privilege to interview the New Zealand artist and creator of this fun-filled amalgamation! Nerdlocker (NL): Can you give us a thumbnail […]Read More

Almost Human Is Almost Perfect

Almost Human is a sci-fi cop drama set in a future where human cops are partnered up with androids in an effort to compete with a growing crime rate due to rapidly advancing technology. Almost Human is almost perfect and here is why: A Tribute to Blade Runner When I first saw the commercials for […]Read More

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Disappoints

I’ve given it five episodes, and I’ve decided that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is nowhere near as good as it should be. Here are five reasons why it shouldn’t last longer than one season (but probably will). Agent Coulson isn’t enough to carry the show. While I love Agent Coulson as much as the next nerd […]Read More