Royal Lance Eustache | February 10, 2014
With movies based on toy franchises getting a bad rap these days, one would think that a toy as basic as LEGO would be a guaranteed stinker. The LEGO Movie is surprisingly good and is worthy enough for anyone of any age to watch.
Leo Reyna | December 1, 2013
Arguably two of the best and well-respected superhero cartoons by Warner Bros. Animation, Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series are now available to watch online for Amazon Prime members.
Keith Hendricks | November 27, 2013
The title of this article is taken from one of the most cited Bronze Age Superman stories, Elliot S! Maggin’s story, “Must There Be a Superman,” in which Superman ponders whether his existence does more harm than good. Recently DC Comics has been thinking a similar question about whether Lois Lane should be in the […]
Leo Reyna | October 30, 2013
It’s almost time for Halloween and what better way to celebrate the occasion than to show off superheroes dress in cheaply made costume of themselves? Especially when it’s drawn by comic book illustrator Karl Heitmueller Jr.
Joe Grunenwald | October 9, 2013
When I was a kid, I always thought that Superman and Wonder Woman were a couple. It just makes sense, right? In my mind they were the main male and female heroes, so of course they kissed and held hands sometimes. Then again, I thought He-Man and She-Ra were a couple, too, so what did […]
Jen Sylvia | October 1, 2013
Fans rejoice, for there is a way to cast Wonder Woman. There is a way to make her costume relevant and still evoke its traditional roots. There is a way to show the emotional strength and moral steel of a character such as this.
Leo Johnson | September 20, 2013
It’s Friday and Josh had a bit of a lack of time this week, so I’ve stepped in to talk about a very serious thing: Bromances. While romances are are all fine and good, there’s another special kind of relationship; a completely platonic relationship between two guys that transcends mere friendship. These two guys are both […]
Leo Reyna | September 17, 2013
After being cast as the new Batman in the forthcoming Batman Vs. Superman movie, Ben Affleck finally opens up on being the Dark Knight in the Man of Steel sequel and the internet hate that followed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Josh Flynn | August 16, 2013
Welcome to the first edition of NerdSpan’s Friday Favorites, a weekly list of some of our favorite things featuring NerdSpan writers and special guests. Long before I wrote about comic books I was writing about music, so it seemed natural to kick this series off by combining the two. We see music crossover into comics […]
Bill Ostroff | August 5, 2013
Prepare for a high-flying steampunk adventure in this all-new sci-fi/fantasy series about a pair of talented inventors called, the TINKERS. Set in an alternate history in the late 19th century, TINKER takes place in a smoggy, overpopulated San Francisco where the TINKERS ply their trade to the wealthy and famous. When a wealthy and eccentric […]
Benjamin Piñeros | August 2, 2013
Sometimes it feels as if everything has been told already. The superhero formulas invented and exploited extensively since the golden age of comics are incredibly difficult totems to avoid for any creator. When you sit down to write a comic, there are so many considerations already established by the genre, that you can’t help falling […]
Josh Flynn | July 19, 2013
San Diego Comic-Con is upon us. NerdSpan comic contributors are sharing their favorite comic stories to help celebrate the biggest weekend on the nerd calendar. Ian Menard is here today with his favorites. After you read his list share your own in the comments. 10. SAGA by Brian K. Vaughan I struggled putting SAGA on […]