Bin Laden may be dead but Bluewater Productions won’t let his memory wither away and die. The Vancouver based comic book publisher announced they will be releasing a graphic novel based on the capture of the former world’s most-wanted terrorist…and that’s just what the public needs, right?
If you aren’t familiar with Bluewater, here’s a few awesomely fantastic comic books they’ve published that you must check out, Puppy Power: Bo Obama, Fame: Justin Beiber, The Mis-Adventures of Adam West and the classic William Shatner Presents: Man O’ War.
The new Bin Laden graphic novel will be entitled “Killing Geronimo: The Hunt for Osama Bin Laden.” Bluewater also announced they will be working with the publishers Simon & Schuster on the project.
“It’s a milestone collaboration for the independent publisher”, said Darren G. Davis, co-author and Bluewater president. “It’s the first time they’ve worked with a publisher with the stature of Simon & Schuster, and the first time Bluewater has based a book on a historical event.”
Spider-Man unexpectedly gets nunchucked in the face by Kill Bill’s ‘The Bride’.
Welcome to the very first episode of Nerds Raging News.
Co-anchors Joyce Jacobson and Dallas Winston host a zany news shows bringing you all the latest comic book, movie and video games news.
The first episode features an introduction by Joyce, followed by Dallas on site at the Montreal Comic-Con. Happy Halloween!
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A Giant Legoman mysteriously washes up on a Florida beach. Turns out this isn’t the first time a giant Legoman has been discovered.
The catch is you need to see an IMAX showing of Mission:Impossible - Ghost Protocol. Is it worth it?
Since Halloween is fast approaching I thought it would be fun to showcase some awesome nerdy pumpkin carvings. Check out the gallery below. You’ll find pumpkins with carvings for Star Wars, Video game, Superhero and many more!
Scientists at the Université Paris Diderot have released a video of their prototype hoverboard. Well at least it looks like a hoverboard, but it seems far off from being completed.
Variety.com has reported some interesting bits of information about upcoming TV series based on Marvel properties.
First up, they report that ABC have sold The Punisher to Fox. Based on the Marvel comic the hour-long procedural drama comes from executive producer Ed Bernero (himself an ex-Chicago cop). They write:
“Fox’s smallscreen version of Punisher will focus on NYPD detective Frank Castle, whose alter ego is that of a vigilante seeking justice for those failed by the court system.”
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This is just too good not to share with all of you.
Sit back and enjoy a mash-up of epic proportions as Back to the Future and Star Wars meet head-on in an alternate ending to beat all alternate endings.
Check out this awesome spoof of Epic Meal Time entitled “Epic Mega Time”. a spoof of the wildly popular cooking show Epic Meal Time.
Perhaps one of the most exciting announcements over the weekend from the New York Comic Convention was from Sin City creator Frank Miller.
Check out NerdsRaging’s 2011 NYCC Best Cosplay Video Montage!
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Simply put, my first experience at the New York Comic Convention was an overwhelming one. I’ve been to several conventions in Canada, but never one in the US, so I was pleasantly surprised at just how well organized the entire event was. At times one could say the Javits Center was far too small for such an enormous amount of people, yet it was that close corridor, claustrophobic experience that seemed to bring everyone together. Attendance figures for the sixth installment of NYCC have been estimated to be around a hundred thousand people.
The 2011 New York Comic Convention is now over, but the photos taken of all the Cosplayers will lives on!
Over the weekend I must have seen tens of thousands of costumes, but only a few live on as the best of the best. Keep in mind my list is based on what I saw, I’m sure I missed thousands of Cosplayers, but here’s the best of what I ran into over the weekend.
Check out this crazy home made Bumblebee costume!
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Although we can all be incredibly nerdy about any TV show, not all shows are considered nerdy. Yet some of our favourite TV nerds are in these shows. For every Chuck Bartowski surrounded by geeks and sympathisers, there’s a Greg Sanders circa Season 1 whose co-workers often looked at him like he’s lost his mind.
This is my compilation of my favourite six nerds flying the geek pride flag in worlds full of ‘normal’ people.
In a message on its PlayStation blog, Sony’s chief security executive warned that hackers had broken into 93,000 customer accounts that contain information like names and credit-card information. Sony believes hackers did this by trying to log in to its network using information stolen from a third party:
“We want to let you know that we have detected attempts … to test a massive set of sign-in IDs and passwords against our network database. These attempts appear to include a large amount of data obtained from one or more compromised lists from other companies, sites or other sources.”