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Superman and Batman go together like peanut butter and vigilante justice, but these two famous friends are so much more than that. Clark’s optimism and heroics are contrast Bruce’s anti-establishment trust and darker overtures. Each has their place in our cultural pantheon, and each has risen and fallen during different times in our history. thenyrd.com/superman-batman-tr…
The military entertainment complex is designed to tilt public perception of our military. Sometimes the attempts are as clumsy as awful movies about board games or as slick as the next Call of Duty. Either way, this is one of the largest and longest running information campaigns aimed at the American people. thenyrd.com/military-entertain…
Nerd music can be as varied as nerds themselves. There are rockers, rappers, folk singers, heavy metal guitarists that just want to play covers of Kirby’s Dreamland, and everything else in between. There is something for everybody, but mostly nerd music is about having a good time with like-minded people, and enjoying things that we all love. thenyrd.com/nerd-rock/
There is a bar where every rogue, psychopath, and costumed criminal goes to unwind, safe from the cops and the capes. This is Friday’s Bar for Supervillains. Check out this exclusive sneak peak story and then pick up your copy and hear all the stories of Titan City's most infamous bar. thenyrd.com/fridays-georgia/
Pixar's Coco conveyed the importance of family and connectivity between generations. Unfortunately, the story of American Immigration is a lot less whimsical and less colorful… unless you count the Naranja en Jefe. thenyrd.com/coco-immigration/
Favorite visual artistJack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Frank Miller, Dave Gibbons, Jim Lee, Steve Dillon, John Romita Jr., Brian Bolland, Will Eisner, Jim Steranko, Osamu TezukaFavorite moviesStar Wars, Avengers, Iron man, Shawshank Redemption, Princess Bride, Ghostbusters, BladerunnerFavorite TV showsStar Trek, Farscape, Firefly, Game of Thrones, X-Files, The Daily Show, Doctor WhoFavorite booksWatchmen, Lord of the Ring, Hobbit, Song of Ice and Fire, Harry PotterFavorite writersNeil Gaiman, Bill Bryson, JRR Tolkien, Alan Moore, JK Rowling, William ShakespeareTools of the TradeThe Internet