Tags : Hulk

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Thor: Ragnarok

Brandon reviews the latest Marvel Studios movie, Thor: Ragnarok. Thor: Ragnarok Directors: Taika Waititi Writers: Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, Stephany Folsom, Eric Pearson Actors: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Hopkins Genre: Action and Adventure Run Time: 2 Hours 10 Minutes Synopsis: In Marvel […]readmore

Grey Matter Art Presents The Hulk by Anthony Petrie

Okay. I may have a problem. Well in truth, I only have a problem because my wife insists I buy too many posters. So I guess it comes down to the definition of problem. Speaking of which, Grey Matter Art is releasing their latest Marvel licensed screen print, of which I am proud to say […]readmore

Motor City Comic Con 2015 – Day 1

  Motor City Comic Con 2015 – Day 1   It’s my third year covering the Motor City Comic Con here in Michigan, and day one has been by far my most enjoyable yet. Those in charge of running the convention did an excellent job of listening to feedback from previous conventions. They provided more […]readmore

Mike Mitchell x Marvel x Mondo Portrait Gallery

Hello there True Believers! Mondo has teamed up with Marvel Entertainment and artist extraordinaire Mike Mitchell to bring us the coolest superhero team-up this side of the AGE OF ULTRON! Walking through the gallery we saw a combination of his Just Like Us and portraits which included fan favorites like Hawkeye, Thor, Spider-Man, Mysterio, Venom, […]readmore

Jason’s Vault – A Space Queen and a Homeless Hulk

  Jason’s Vault is a place where I hope to show you something you have either forgotten about or would have never known exhisted.  This week I picked two films.  One from 1958 and the other from 2007. Queen of Outer Space was parodied in an episode of Futurama when the crew lands on a planet […]readmore

Jason’s Vault – Fantastic Four #348

In connection to my review on FF #1 and Fear Itself #1 (the variant cover), I am recommending Fantastic Four #348.  Like many Fantastic Four stories, the plot leaves something to be desired.  It involves a rogue Skrull trying to find an egg so that when it hatches the creature will bond to it’s new […]readmore