Tags : Deadpool

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Free Guy

“Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” – Albert Einstein There’s a lot going on these days to justify people’s pessimism but there’s also a ton to be grateful for; small, some might say insignificant things but hey, we all have to get through the day somehow. In the last five years […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: The Suicide Squad

“I now understand why people go mad over nothing. Sometimes the mind is a terrible place.” – unknown I don’t want to speak too soon. There are many DC movies on the way, a lot of room for error there. That said, maybe, just maybe, it seems the executives at DC and Warner Bros. have […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Terminator: Dark Fate

Terminator has always been an odd duck, having two classic films followed by absolute garbage. When the bad far outweighs the good most would agree it’s time to hang things up. But then you wouldn’t be Hollyweird, land of beating a dead horse to a pulp. I think it took so many half assed efforts […]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

Grey Matter Art Presents Deadpool by Florey

My favorite character enters Florey’s Faceoffs! Grey Matter Art presents Deadpool by Florey. Check it out for yourself: Deadpool Artist: Florey Size: 16″ x 20″ Edition Size: 100 Price: $35.00 Printed by: Lady Lazarus Notes: Hand Numbered Screen Print The posters goes on sale Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at 10 A.M. (PST). It will be […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Deadpool 2

After leaked test footage was unleashed we were given the first Deadpool. With its stellar success a sequel was inevitable and now here we are, Deadpool 2. Bigger, faster, filthier, Deadpool 2 takes everything that worked for the first and adds to it for a more than worthy sequel. Fourth wall breaks and heaps of […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: American Assassin

The last few years have been somewhat of a mixed bag when it comes to action movies. The bad, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, the mediocre, The Purge: Election Year, and the downright tragic, Batman v Superman have all plagued us just in the previous two years. Even though these among other shitfests exist there […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Suicide Squad

This film is a rollercoaster of numerous variations. Outside of the film itself being a damn wild (and fun) ride, the unveiling has been anything but serene; it’s basically chaos with a release date. Few, and I mean so, so few films ever live up to the immense hype that can plague an anticipated movie […]Read More

It’s God vs Man! It’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of

The battle of battles was to be something glorious but instead we’re left with something barely passable as good. This newest addition to the plethora of superhero films has a lot going for it, enough that I would recommend seeing it at least once. It was never going to live up to expectations but you […]Read More

DEADPOOL Movie review!

I think it’s safe to say that more often than not, hype isn’t the greatest thing for a movie. It can create unrealistic expectations and can leave a lot of people with nothing but disappointment regardless if the film was in fact well made. However sometimes, in more rare occasions, the film can reach the […]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

This Nerd’s Most Anticipated Films of 2016

This is by no means every single film I want to see this year. Quite frankly this list is already too long so to add more is just crazy. Not to mention that some films haven’t announced release dates for this year and honestly I’m not aware of every film intended to be released in […]Read More

The Best Comic Book Titles of 2011 (DC and Marvel)

I have by no means been able to read every comic book title over the last year. But of those I did read, these are my favorites of 2011. Marvel Moon Knight – I’ve always thought that Moon Knight’s costume was cool. But this D-list superhero never had much else to offer than just another […]Read More

Jason’s Vault – Age of Apocalypse

There are multiple reasons why I’ve put this comic series in the vault this week.  One, is that X-men: First Class just opened.  Another is that The Uncanny X-Force has Wolvie and the gang going to the Age of Apocalypse to stop Archangel from turning into the heir of Apocalypse.  Also, Flashpoint is looking like […]Read More

Uncanny X-Force #12 Adam Kubert Variant

Just had to post this one up just due to the fact that it’s AWESOME!! Marvels Press Release: Marvel is proud to unveil superstar artist Adam Kubert’s, scorching variant cover to the second installment of the Dark Angel Saga coming this July in Uncanny X-Force #12! The red-hot creative team of Rick Remender and Mark […]Read More

Jason’s Corner – X-Force 5.1

Uncanny X-Force continues to be my favorite book.  X-Force has some of the coolest mutie characters (Wolverine, Psylock, Archangel, Deadpool, and Fantomex).  I love the way these characters balance each other.  They are all tormented souls, but each fulfills his/her own role.  Wolvie is the hard-as-nails experienced field leader.  Deadpool is the zany comic relief.  Fantomex is both […]Read More