For this final meeting of the Nerd Lunch Star Wars Panel, we discuss our favorite and least favorite aspects of the sequel trilogy as well as the two anthology movies. We talk about favorite new characters, favorite legacy characters, what other anthology movies we'd like to see and what we think is coming next for [...]
The Nerd Lunch Star Wars panel is back to talk about The Mandalorian, Cara Dune, and the cuteness of The Baby That's the Same Species as Yoda.
The Star Wars Panel reconvenes for the last time to discuss a Star Wars movie. And we are going to talk about the finale to the Skywalker Saga, Rise of Skywalker.
From the mind of Bill Murphy at Fresh Monkey Fiction comes the Amazing Heroes line of action figures. Amazing Heroes is a 4.5" retro inspired Vintage Superhero Action Figure line that is reminiscent of the action figures from the ‘80s that feature colorful and iconic classic heroes. Those action figures from the '80s [...]
Jeeg, Robert Zerbe, and Michael May look back on some of their favorite movies, TV shows, and books from 2019 while also predicting what their favorites of 2020 might be. They also make some pop culture resolutions and maybe even a Nerdstradamus prediction or three.
CT and Jeeg run down the results from the Nerdstradamus 2019 predictions and crown our last ever Nerdstradamus Champion. After that Pax crashes the show and the plans for the home stretch of Nerd Lunch are revealed.
Michael Digiovanni returns to the Fourth Chair for one last Christmas sleigh ride. To bring everything full circle with Digio, this year we redo Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. Should this sequel have been a fairy tale in New York? Was Mr. Duncan a ghost or should he be? And who the hell [...]
WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR CW'S CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, PART 3 I'm not exactly sure when I first heard of the Flash. He very infrequently appeared in Superfriends which was probably my first exposure to the character. It wasn't until I was about 8 in 1984 when I [...]
You know those DC Superhero Holiday Special comics? Wouldn't it be cool if they were a live action TV special? That's exactly what Evan Hanson, Lizzie Twachtman, Rob Graham, and Michael May imagine on this episode of the Fourth Chair Army Invasion.
For this final installment in the Nerd Lunch Ninja Day series, we are joined by Evan Hanson and Jon Cross to discuss the first two movies in the American Ninja franchise starring Michael Dudikoff and Steve James.