No April Fool’s joke, we have a brand new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. This week; we talk about trailers, Raid 2 and Captain America The Winter Soldier.
Captain American: The Winter Soldier releases worldwide today. It is an excellently thought-out and fun film, we’ll have a review for you later. But in the meantime, here’s a little history lesson explaining the end credits scene.
It should go without saying, but SPOILERS for the end credits scene. I won’t spoil the movie, but if you want to know more then bash your way past the jump.
The first trailer for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just released. Of course there is some trepidations with rumors of how Michael Bay wanted to handled the franchise.
I won’t say the trailer surprised me, but it was a different trailer than what I would have expected.
Ninja your way past the jump to watch the trailer with a few thoughts afterwards.
Fox just released the second X-Men: Days of Future trailer which showcases more of the mutants especially the original X-Men fighting the weird looking Nimrod Sentinels in the future.
Blast past the jump to watch the trailer.
I like to think that we’re decent writers here on the site. Usually, we’ll just post a podcasts, a few trailers and sometimes an editorial or review. But we’re trying to hone our craft. So that’s why I challenged Natalia to a writing contest of sorts. We took an image from the internet and crafted a story that would be around 1000 words. Hopefully do a lot more.
All credit for the art goes to Lauren Nichols; which is found here.
Either way, we would love to hear some feed back. Or if you have a drawing or art that you would love to hear a story about drop us a line. Thanks!
Rafael Grampá is a superbly talented artist who has done some work for both DC Comics and Marvel Comics. Go ahead and check out his Flickr to see some of his amazing work. He has a very unique style that definitely sets himself apart from most artists.
Recently, Grampá worked with Absolut and fans on Facebook to write a story about a private eye who sees ideas. He then teamed with Red Knuckles animation to transition his 2D concept into three-dimensional animation. The result? This beautiful short that creates a world and character I would love to see more of. Take a look for yourself.