Comic Books, Movie and Game Reviews on the Nerd Show
Nerd Show Special Guest: Kristen McGuire is an artist and voice actress with a talent for illustration coupled along with a extra-creative imagination. Armed with her Wacom tablet and a degree in Visual Art and Communication, Kristen has self-published six different comic books since 2008 and has plagued many conventions where she has convinced unsuspecting teenagers to buy her comics and art.
Tonight is the three Year Anniversary of The Nerd Show! The Nerds welcome manga artist and voice actress, Kristen McGuire, to the studio as Special Guest Host! They finally get a look at her Enchanted Manga graphic novel and she tells us about some of her latest happenings in voice acting and which conventions you’ll be able to catch her at next! Rumors have swirled around for sometime that Marvel could regain the film rights to one or more of their franchises again, namely Spider Man. So hypothetically, if Marvel obtained the film rights to Spider Man (or X-Men, Fantastic Four, etc). should they incorporate those characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and if so, how? In The Weekly Comic Book Review, we return to our favorite title so far, Thor! Issue #4 to be exact. We left our new female Thor facing down the Odinson, with him questioning why she has HIS hammer! Surrounded by Frost Giants and the dark elf Malekith, what will happen next for our Goddess of Thunder?!?
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Allison Bricker is a lifelong political junkie, having worked on political campaigns at the local, statewide, and national levels. She feels the U.S. Constitution is the best and most eloquently written attempt by mankind designed to restrain a government.However, even in its beautiful simplicity, the document, as witnessed by the current reality of American life whereby the central government decrees authority to assassinate & indefinitely detain without evidence or trial, torture, endlessly spy, and molest those who travel, succinctly illustrates the document is an abysmal failure.Thus, when not interviewing the best and brightest voices in the Liberty Movement, she regularly cheer-leads and advocates for individuals to peacefully withdraw consent and creatively circumvent, nullify, or interpose against the sociopaths in Washington, to wit she regularly refers to as “The District of Criminals.”