Interview with Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes’ executive producer John Vignocchi

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Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes is now available, and we had the chance to chat with executive producer John Vignocchi about the action-adventure sandbox video game. We discuss inspiration, concept design, upcoming characters and more. Nerd Reactor: What’s the biggest update to Disney Infinity? John Vignocchi: You mean besides … Continue reading

Interview with Russell Holly, Geek.com blogger and author of The Space Monster Anti-Survival Guide

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Over the past few years, there have been several guides written to prepare you for the inevitable Zombie/Vampire/Potato monster invasions. Let’s be honest here, unless we turn off Netflix and all start taking winter survival camping classes, humanity as a whole is screwed. This is what Russell Holly, geek blogger … Continue reading

Interview with Assassin’s Creed voice actors Cas Anvar and Amber Goldfarb

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SacAnime has come and gone this year in California’s capital city (A full recap of the event can be found here). One thing that SacAnime did that was a first for Assassins Creed fans was gather all of the most popular protagonists from the franchises storied history to one venue … Continue reading

Interview with composer Jesper Kyd on Metal Hurlant Chronicles, Assassin’s Creed and Borderlands

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Photo by Fitz Carlile The Metal Hurlant Chronicles Season 2 Original Soundtrack will be out on September 30th, and we had the chance to interview composer Jesper Kyd on his latest project. If the name doesn’t sound familiar, he was responsible for composing music for the Hitman and Assassin’s Creed series. Nerd … Continue reading

Outcast Odyssey interview with artists Chuck Pires and Warren Louw

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Later this year, Bandai Namco Games will be releasing Outcast Odyssey, a brand new free-to-play mobile card game for Android and iOS devices. Developed by Magic Pixel Games, players build powerful decks and evolve their cards to create the ultimate deck while exploring the world and creating powerful strategies, which will be helpful … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: My Space Command journey

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If you’re unaware of the newest film by Marc Zicree, it’s called Space Command and boy does it already have a lot of plans. The project originally started as a Kickstarter campaign, and within days they raised $221,000. It follows the story of different scientists, families, and adventurers who are looking … Continue reading

SDCC: Teen Titans Go! stays wacky in second season

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The cast and producers of Teen Titans Go! returned to San Diego Comic Con International this year to help promote the series’ second season, which began on June 12th, promising another season of wild hijinks and silliness. Although fans of the original Teen Titans television series that ran from 2003 … Continue reading

SDCC: Interview with RWBY’s Weiss and Blake

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Rooster Teeth may have long ago become ‘internet famous’ thanks to their breakout Halo webseries Red vs Blue, but that doesn’t mean they can’t keep upping the independent YouTube series game. RWBY, their original anime series, has already garnered a devout fan following with their first season, the first episode of … Continue reading

SDCC: Vikings raid Comic-Con to promote third season

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Audiences may have to wait until 2015 for the third season of Vikings to find its way back to the History Chanel, but San Diego Comic-Con International made it possible for fans to catch a sneak peek at the new season. In our interview, writer and creator of the series Michael … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Interview with Dark Horse Comics artists

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This past weekend at San Diego Comic-Con I had the opportunity to meet with some of the artists at Dark Horse Comics. One of them was Walt Simonson and the other was Georges Jeanty. They were both extremely lovely people and are very talented in their own individual ways. If you … Continue reading

SDCC 2104: Gotham’s Donal Logue and Camren Bicondova cast interviews

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Fox Studios got really lucky and are now set to show a new take on Batman’s beloved city called Gotham. Now this isn’t your normal television series that stars our favorite caped crusader, Batman, no. In actuality, this takes place when Batman, aka Bruce Wayne, is still a young boy growing … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: The Legend of Korra video game sneak peek!

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If you’ve watched Avatar: The Last Airbender television series on Nickelodeon, then you’re most likely a fan of The Legend of Korra television series as well. In a nutshell, Korra’s story takes place 70 years after the ending of Aang’s adventures in the original series. Korra’s character, who’s considered a child … Continue reading

Exclusive: Interview with David Hayter on Devil’s Mile, Wolves, Black Widow and Metal Gear Solid V

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Nerd Reactor had the chance to chat with actor/writer/director David Hayter recently about his upcoming projects. He talks about his starring role in Devil’s Mile (comes out this month), his directorial debut with Wolves (comes out in November), whether he’s actually going to be in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Meeting up with Appleseed Alpha’s Shinji Aramaki

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Shinji Aramaki is known for directing the CG-animated Appleseed and its sequel, Appleseed Ex Machina. Appleseed Alpha released on Blu-ray and DVD last week (Check out our review here.), and the story follows Deunan and Briareos as they go about their days surviving a post-apocalyptic New York City. They rescue a young girl and her … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Super Megaforce Rangers and Jason David Frank

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Like last year, the Nerd Reactor team was invited to interview the cast of Power Rangers Super Megaforce, who were joined by the Silver Ranger Cameron Jebo, and Green Ranger Jason David Frank. For the Megaforce team, we chatted about how things have been going for them since last yea, how it feels … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Robot Chicken and Mr. Pickles production team interview

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Robot Chicken has been on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim for quite some time, and we were extremely lucky to be able to speak with their production team at San Diego Comic-Con. If you don’t know what Robot Chicken is, I feel sorry for you and I suggest you Google it ASAP. We … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Interview with Sharknado 2 star Ian Ziering

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Tonday sharks will rain from the sky! Today the sales of chainsaws will skyrocket! It’s the phenomena that swept the world is back, and it’s biting back for a second time! Nerd Reactor got to sit down with Ian Ziering, the star of Sharknado and the sequel, Sharknado 2: The Second One. … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Meeting with Legend of Korra’s Janet Varney and David Faustino

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This past weekend at San Diego Comic-Con, my colleague and I had the opportunity to meet with two of the lead voice actors of Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra. We spoke to David Faustino (Mako) and Janet Varney (Korra) who shared their thoughts on the series, Comic-Con, superheroes, and their love for … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Interview with Mad Magazine’s Editor in Chief, John Ficarra

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Mad Magazine has been tickling my funny bones my entire life. In fact, most of our parents grew up reading the pop culture satire. Today, traditions continue as Mad goes strong in the age of pop culture and reality TV, pulling more jokes than ever before. I got to chat with Editor in … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: See No Evil 2 cast interviews

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If you’ve seen the first See No Evil, then you are going to be familiar with who is playing Jacob Goodnight in the sequel. If you guessed Glenn Jacobs, aka Kane from WWE, then you are correct. We were able to catch up with three of the main cast members … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Leprechaun: Origins Cast interviews

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If you remember back in the early 1990s, they released the movie Leprechaun to audiences and it didn’t really do well in the box office and received negative reviews, but it soon became a cult classic. Jennifer Aniston was actually part of the original film, but during the infancy of her … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Guardians of the Galaxy’s Nicole Perlman

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Nicole Perlman is the first woman to be credited as a writer in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it wasn’t easy getting there. She chose one of the hardest Marvel comics that seemed more difficult to adapt to the big screen. This comic book series had several different types of aliens – … Continue reading