Rebecca Steinberg

Mom, makeup artist, movie buff. I’ve lived my life in LEGO, comic books, Disney, and listening to my husband talk about Physics and Chemistry. New to NerdLocker but happy for you guys to get to know me. Follow me on Twitter @rss1138

Mondo Pixar Gallery

As usual, Mondo put up a beautiful gallery for us to enjoy. The Tom Whalen and Ken Taylors are the stars of the show (as always you’ll find my favorites at the end of the post). The gallery opens Friday, Dec. 6th from 7 PM – 10 PM and runs December 6 – December 8, 2019, with […]Read More

Flat Earthers and Me

  Rebecca here. Get ready to take a ride to the flat side of town. Day one: When I first arrived at the Flat Earth International Conference (FEIC19) I felt like I was ready for what I would hear. I had already spent weeks studying the beliefs, the physics of how the theories work, and […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents 80 Years of Batman

80 Years! It seems like just yesterday your parents died and you took up the mantle of the bat. Hard to believe times flies by so fast. And here we are, at the last Mondo Gallery opening! Batman has never looked so good! It’s a beautiful gallery with art and comic covers. The highlights are […]Read More

The Nerds Invade Texas Frightmare Weekend 2019!

The Nerds have landed in Texas and we’re all up in Texas Frightmare Weekend! Check back throughout the weekend for our updated coverage. DAY 2 – Back on the floor for the second day of Texas Frightmare Weekend! We saw even more fantastic cosplay, ran into more of our favorite artists, and of course met […]Read More

Texas Frightmare Weekend 2019

Texas Frightmare Weekend is celebrating its 14th year May 3-5 2019.  Presented by Arrow Video, TFW takes place at the Hyatt Regency DFW Airport. It has become one of the largest horror conventions in the country. With 93,000 square feet of convention floor, Nerdlocker is excited to be covering this event for the 4th consecutive year. Click […]Read More

Mondo Gallery: Laurent Durieux Part Two

Acclaimed artist Laurent Durieux opens his second solo gallery at Mondo in Austin tonight.     Here are 3 of my favorites so far, but stay tuned for a look at the full gallery tonight at 7pm cst.             For more info on comics, video games, movies and anything else […]Read More

Mama’s Boys Movie Review: Bohemian Rhapsody

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ We Will Rock You. We are the Champions. Somebody to Love. Radio Ga Ga. Bohemian Rhapsody. I find it really difficult to meet someone over the age of 10 who doesn’t know at least one of these songs. I blame sporting events and the Mighty Ducks. So when I asked my older son to […]Read More

Deadpool 2: Spoilers and Fridges Abound

In case you didn’t read the title of the article – SPOILERS AHEAD! Deadpool 2 is much like the first installment. It breaks the 4th wall, it is self aware, raunchy, silly, and super over the top. All things I loved about the first movie. And don’t let the rest of this article fool you- there […]Read More

Gallery Sneak Peak: Disney Television Animation

  Another beautiful Disney galley is coming this Saturday from Cyclops Print Works, Oh My Disney, and Gallery Nucleus. This time the theme centers around animated tv shows- the ones from our childhoods and from present day. There is a ton of talent being brought to this gallery and I am really excited to get […]Read More

PHOTOS: Mondo’s Universal Studios Monsters art show

It’s finally here! One of our favorite Mondo Gallery shows, Universal Monsters! We love what Mondo put together last time with the artists and the monster properties. This time does not disappoint either. Ever since our original Universal Studios’ Monsters show in 2012, we always knew we’d love to revisit it with a handful of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour is a film about newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the early days of World War II, and his decision to either enter into surrender talks with Hitler, or continue to fight against staggering odds. Spoiler Alert- he doesn’t surrender. Knowing what Churchill’s decision would be before the movie even started did not diminish […]Read More

Mama’s Boys Movie Review: The Greatest Showman

There is hardly a place you can go in the world without having heard of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The Greatest Showman is about the beginning of that story, how PT Barnum became the “Prince of Humbugs” and creator of the modern day circus. I took my boys for some popcorn (hey, […]Read More

Mama’s Boys Movie Review: Ferdinand

Ferdinand, from BlueSky – the studio that gave us Ice Age and Rio, is the story of a bull with a big heart, who is mistaken for a dangerous beast. It is based off the children’s book of the same name. Ferdinand is captured and torn from his home, determined to return to his family, […]Read More

Mama’s Boys Movie Review: Thor: Ragnarok

I took my sons to see Thor: Ragnarok over the holiday break- here is our breakdown of the movie where “Thor must fight for survival and race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home and the Asgardian civilization.” (NOTES: “RS” is me, “ES” is my 9 year old and “MS” is […]Read More

Mama’s Boys Movie Review: Coco

Disney/Pixar’s newest hit, Coco, hit theaters on November 22, and centers around Dia de los Muertos- a holiday that focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual journey in the after life. As usual with Disney and Pixar, the […]Read More