Tags : Austin

Mondo Gallery Presents: The Comic Art of Francesco Francavilla

Over the last decade, comics culture has returned to the forefront of both pop culture and entertainment. The two major heavyweights, Marvel and DC, have launched their television and cinematic universes, while comic publishers across the board have also seen success through various forms of media and products, from The Walking Dead dominating cable TV […]Read More

Phantasm Remastered and More…Much More!

ART HOUSE THEATER DAY ANNOUNCES FIRST-WAVE PROGRAMMING FOR NATIONWIDE EVENT Digitally Remastered Classic Phantasm Among The Initial Programming Lineup Ann Arbor, Michigan – The Art House Convergence, an international consortium of independent, community-based, mission-driven movie theaters, is pleased to announce its’ first wave of programming for the inaugural Art House Theater Day, taking place on […]Read More

“MondoCon: Close Encounters of the Third Con” ON SALE NOW

Tickets On Sale Now For “MondoCon: Close Encounters of the Third Con” Featuring Massive Lineup of World Renowned Artists Austin, TX–July 27 2016– Mondo is pleased to announce tickets are on sale for the third annual MondoCon along with an initial lineup of exhibitors and artists. MondoCon 2016 will take place October 22nd and 23rd […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: SWISS ARMY MAN

It’s often bizarre to me that we live in a day and age where so much of the cinema we consume deals in the fantastical yet so much of it rarely evokes the feelings that should go along with that. In various films we see superior beings fly and zoom around effortlessly and cities and […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents: Info•Rama

If there’s one thing that most nerds love, it’s information. And if you visit this site often, you know how much we here at Nerdlocker love pop culture art.  So mixing the two together might seem like a sure thing.  And you would be absolutely correct. The dynamic duo of Kevin Tong and Tom Whalen […]Read More

Pizza inspired Beer? Alamo Drafthouse “It’s Pizza Time!” is on

COWABUNGA! “IT’S PIZZA TIME!” A RALLYING CRY AND THE FEATURED BEER AT ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE THIS SUMMER A smooth sipping gift to beer/pizza/turtle lovers everywhere from Stone Brewing and TMNT co-creator Kevin Eastman will flow at Alamo Drafthouse locations this summer – and for a good cause Austin, TX – Monday June 6, 2016 – Arguably […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents Saturday Morning Mashup: The Art of Jeroen

If you’re over the age of 25 and reading this article (or just about anything on this site), there’s an overwhelmingly good chance that you spent most of your time watching cartoons and movies, reading comics, and all other delightful forms of entertainment. Our good friends over at the Mondo Gallery have decided to pay […]Read More

Tim League Responds to AMC Theaters

AMC Theaters recently announced they are considering allowing viewers to use their mobile devices to text during movie screenings. We are more than happy to promote the words of Alamo Drafthouse Founder/CEO Tim League when it comes to the absolutely terrible idea of texting in a theater. Alamo Drafthouse Founder/CEO Tim League believes theaters without […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Everybody Wants Some!!

Renowned filmmaker and Texas icon, Richard Linklater, is no stranger to the hang out movie. Slacker, Dazed and Confused, the “Before” Trilogy (Before Sunset, Before Sunrise, Before Midnight), and even Boyhood (in it’s own way), are all movies that are light on plot and heavy on character, behavior, and feeling. Their happenings aren’t super complex; […]Read More

Rooster Teeth Documentary: CONNECTED

ROOSTER TEETH DOCUMENTARY CONNECTED PREMIERES APRIL 15th EXCLUSIVELY FOR SUBSCRIBERS Social media, navigation, dating: how would we do all this without our smart phones? Without the Internet? Connected, the latest original documentary from Rooster Teeth, premieres April 15th and explores how two millennials cope and adapt to life without the modern technology we’ve all come to rely […]Read More

Mondo Partners for Star Wars and Indiana Jones

Mondo Kicks Things Off with Luke Skywalker And Looks Forward to the Very First Mondo Art for Indiana Jones  The new partnership with Acme Archives kicks off with an amazing print from artist Mike Mitchell, profiling Luke Skywalker in X-Wing flight gear. This is the first in a series of Star Wars profiles from Mitchell. […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents NO LONGER / NOT YET: A Tribute

For this year’s SXSW kickoff, Mondo is unleashing a brand new exhibit, No Longer / Not Yet: A Tribute to Richard Linklater at their Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas. The show is featuring brand new art from some of Mondo’s finest, all dedicated to films from Linklater’s career, including Dazed and Confused, Bernie, A Scanner Darkly, […]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

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

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

New Flesh Presents The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

  The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari is probably my favorite of the silent movies I’ve seen. It has a deep emphasis on early Expressionism while also being a methodically psychological horror film about the supernatural and the surreal imagination of the insane. The set design of this film is certainly one of the main reasons […]Read More

Fantastic Fest 2015 Recap: Day 1

Hello friendos! Fantastic Fest and MondoCon ended a few weeks ago and I’ve finally recovered. Like last year, I packed in as many screenings, parties, and events as possible and my plan is to cover them all. The movie lineup was a scorcher. Every slot was like Sophie’s Choice with an array of enticing options. […]Read More

Artist Todd Slater Produces Amazing Book!

I personally have to say I am very excited about this news. Slater has been a favorite artist of mine since I first met him at Flatstock here in Austin, TX in 2010. He was nice enough to do an artist interview the following year, seen here and a give away of a print for […]Read More