Tags : Black Panther

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Captain Marvel

It only took ten years and twenty movies to get here, but finally the lady superheroes of MARVEL get their time to shine. If only that Black Widow movie would get moving already it would be even better. Until then it’s all about Captain Marvel, the hopeful wrench in Thanos’ grand plan. Small Rant: Bad […]Read More

Nerds Talking About Black Panther, Marvel Comics, Kevin Smith and

The Nerd Locker podcast is hosted by Brandon Zitch, Jimmy Palmquist, and Patrick Hayes. Nerdlocker – Nerds Talking About Black Panther, Marvel Comics and Much More! The Nerds discuss Black Panther, Marvel Comics new relaunch, Kevin Smith, online streaming, and much more! Let us know what you think in the comments below! For more info […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Black Panther

After ten years MARVEL Studios is still finding its stride. With their latest addition, Black Panther, they have unveiled one of their crown jewels. With Thor: Ragnarok I believe they made their comedic masterpiece and now with Black Panther they have its mirror image on the dramatic side. This is without question MARVEL’s most creative, […]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

Marvel Announces Phase 3! Civil War, Ragnarok, & So Much

We’ve been dooped with “announcements” from third parties before, but this time, the news came straight from the lips of Kevin Fiege at their mystery event today at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. The Marvel Studios Preseident announced eight films to begin trickling out in 2016 and the audience must have gone absolutely […]Read More

Black Superheroes – Part 1: Trailblazers (Marvel)

In honor of Black History Month, we at Nerdlocker would like to explore the portrayal of black characters as superheroes in comics. I will be the first to admit that my own personal knowledge of many of these heroes is extremely limited, so I had to do a lot of research. And I never realized […]Read More