10. Daken – Daken: Dark Wolverine Back-story: As the son of James Howlett (Wolverine), one of Marvel Universe’s most formidable superheroes, Akihiro is snatched out of the womb of his dead birth mother by Romulus—the […]
Idris Elba is one of the more talented black actors to being crossing over into major motion pictures, so you’re probably wondering why he’s the focus of my nerd rage. Well, as I was canvassing […]
An insightful anime produced by two people recently came to my attention. Entitled Mars of Destruction, the short film is a chilling take into the origins of our species and our impact on the environment. […]
Margaret Cho is one of the few recognizable female comedians in America, and has lasted decades by injecting her brand of funny into everything from scripted sitcoms to reality television. So, when given the chance […]
I can remember a few years ago, when I ran into the word “moe” for the first time. I suppose I was on Wikipedia, and the best description that I could find anywhere was that […]
Here in the spacious back-alleys of Gay-Nerds lots of ideas get tossed out into the e-ether with nary a spark to follow through. But then, lots of ideas strike a wildfire in the minds of […]
Last fall, Madhouse began airing the first of four Marvel adaptations for the Japanese audience with the release of Iron Man. With the Winter season in full swing, it’s now James Howlett’s turn for the […]
Last spring NBC gave the ax to the one-time cultural phenomenon, Heroes, despite the fact that the channel was desperate for any random TV show due to Jay Leno failing to get the ratings that local affiliates needed for their evening news. During this time of serious upheaval at the corporate level, NBC decided that they needed another superhero show to fill the void of their DVR juggernaut. This nexus of unfortunate circumstances has led to the production of The Cape, an original show that pulls from the tropes of our beloved graphic medium in order to entertain us in a serialized, weekly format. But how successful is The Cape in standing on its own, outside of the shadow of past events?