The Nerdy Nothings Podcast #2

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Hey hey, welcome to the 2nd episode of The Nerdy Nothings Podcast, where hosts Davin Loh and Eric Garneau with special guest Spaceman Spiff talk about the latest in comics, movies, video games, television and more. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments. We’ll be posting a new episode every other Tuesday.

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Show Notes:
Young Justice: Welcome to Happy Harbor, Drop Zone
The Office: David Brent?
Parks and Recreation: Rob Lowe, Adam Scott
Community: the last couple episodes
The Illusionist: Academy Awards, animated features
Mass Effect 2
Dead Space 2
Fantastic Four #587: fan and retailer response
Looking back on other comics events: 52, Wednesday Comics
Interview w/ Andrew Stamm, Spaceman Spiff on Nerdy Nothings
Jim Lee: Does He Ever Get a Good Writer?
Jeph Loeb: But What’s He Done Lately?
Frank Miller and his many problems
Wizard Magazine: No more! What becomes of their conventions?, Dating Tips for Fanboys?
Age of X: Clay Mann
Transformers: Masterpiece Rodimus action figure
iPads!
Dark Knight Rises casting: Anne Hathaway, Tom Hardy
New Spider-Man movie: costume & cast, Emma Stone
Superman’s new movie: casting, Zack Snyder?

Intro music:
“Back and Forth Forever,” Presadona

Break song: “Home,” New Test Leopard

tags: age of x, anne hathaway, community, dark knight, dead space 2, fantastic four, frank miller, jeph loeb, jim lee, Mass Effect, parks and rec, podcast, the illusionist, transformers, Young Justice, zach snyder

  • Matt Heckler

    Late to the game, but want to point out two things: #1) Mentioning Star Trek TNG actors being on Young Justice— Rene Auberjonois from DS9 has been in two episodes as Blockbuster, which isn’t the exact same but still worth noting. Also, #2) Davin talks about every year’s Best Animated Oscar going to either a Miyazaki film or a Pixar film, and I have to point out that Miyazaki has only one one, for Spirited Away in 2002. The award has only existed since 2001, and of those, 5 have been Pixar, 2 Dreamworks, 1 Warner Bros, and the Miyazaki.

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