Direct Link to Youtube Video This week the group finds themselves trapped in a well! Wait, no. No, it’s still just part of the C2E2 panel.
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May 20, 2010
Direct Link to Youtube Video Nerd City Episode III: Revenge of the Kith.
May 14, 2010
Direct Link to Youtube Video Continuing our dramatic saga, part 2 finds the Nerd City crew rambling somewhat coherently about something that may or may not be pertinent to the topic at hand. Will our fearless panel of guests be able to handle the grueling interrogation? Find out now! And don’t forget to tune in […]
May 4, 2010
Nerd City makes its triumphant return to podcasting after an insane C2E2 convention. They welcome a ragtag cast of troublemakers as they reflect upon the convention, the Nerd City panel, and the dopeness that was the Nerd City C2E2 After Party at the Double Door. Episode 86 is one for the history books. Listen to […]
May 3, 2010
Direct Link to Youtube Video I won’t make excuses for the two weeks it’s taken for me to get this up, but my computer is essentially a Pringle’s can attached to a Gameboy, powered with an RC battery. That being said, it took over three hours to bring you this no-frills 10 minute clip. Three […]
October 7, 2009
The interviews conducted at the formerly mentioned comic con, from A to X(pac). Direct Link to Youtube Video Direct Link to Youtube Video Direct Link to Youtube Video Direct Link to Youtube Video Direct Link to Youtube Video
October 7, 2009
Here is the Nerd City panel discussion from the Chicago Wizard World/Chicago Comic Con this year. In it’s 7-part entirety. It’s kinda like when ABC would air those 8 hour Stephen King adaptations in 2 hour increments every Saturday night. So take the phone off the hook (or if you have one of them fancy […]
August 10, 2009
A lot of people have been saying that this year’s Chicago Comic-Con (formerly Wizard World) was the nail in the coffin for this particular event. The major publishers pulled out. Wizard had their name pulled from the title. The programming lineup didn’t have the big names of past and the scheduled times were a joke. […]