CYaN Podcast Episode 128: Things Not Talked About
Welcome to a new week and a new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. This week, Ricky doesn’t really like Danny’s tangents as we talk about these week in comic book shows, NYCC, and other random news.
CYaN Podcast Episode 99: Have We Mentioned Titanfall?
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Enjoy today with a green beer and a new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd Podcast. This week; we obviously talk about Titanfall then we go into some comic book movie and TV news.
Cheap Date for August 28th
Here’s a new Cheap Date! This time, Ricky takes over and provides entertainment suggestions for $30 or less.
Head past the jump to watch my recommendations.
CYaN Podcast Episode 67: A Call Yourself A Nerd Joint
Good morning and welcome to a brand new episode of the Call Yourself A Nerd podcast. On this week’s show; Danny and Ricky talk about the future of DC Comics in other media, some new movie trailers, Days of Future Past virals, and The To Do List.
DC Universe Fighting Game
So we got a peek at what could happen when DC characters like Superman, Batman, and the Joker would appear in a fighting game in Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe. Now the makers of Mortal Kombat, NetherRealm, have made Injustice: Gods Among Us. Check out the announcement trailer:
The game appears to feature a cast of characters including Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Flash, Solomon Grundy, Harley Quinn, and Lex Luthor. There’s also the possibility of Captain Cold, Mister Freeze, or another ice-based villain. NetherRealm also promises a roster with “at least as many” characters as Mortal Kombat
It looks fun and interesting, but not being a fan of fighting games, I’ll probably pass. I wish Warner Bros. could focus on creating content that was more original and less reactionary to the successes of others. A DC Universe fighting game ends up drawing comparison to Marvel’s many Capcom games which are strong examples of excellent fighting games. A unifying Justice League movie would be compared to the Avengers. So Warner Bros. I hope you read this (Yeah, right): Make content worthy of your characters like Arkham City that respects the source material.