Watch Vin Diesel speak five different languages for Guardians of the Galaxy


Since Groot in Guardians of the Galaxy can only say “I am Groot,” it wouldn’t be a hard thing to ask voice actor Vin Diesel to voice “I am Groot” in five other different languages. The actor dubbed over his lines in Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin Chinese, French and Russian. Check out … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Interview with Sharknado 2 star Ian Ziering


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: Our talk with Adventure Time

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Good television is pretty hard to find nowadays, especially animation that works for both the kids, tweens, teenagers and adults. Growing up, I wasn’t allowed to watch The Simpsons because of the crude yet subtle humor. Family Guy, American Dad and South Park were definitely out of the question and … Continue reading

Nerd HQ: Conversations for a Cause: The Thrilling Adventure Hour


The Thrilling Adventure Hour is one of the most popular old-time radio style productions right now. Their cast held a special panel at Nerd HQ the morning after their epic crossover event with another equally popular show, Welcome to Night Vale. The panel raised $6000 for Operation Smile. Cast members … Continue reading

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Collectors Editions up for pre-order now!

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Today Activision unveiled three collectors editions for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. These include a limited edition, pro edition, and digital pro edition. The limited edition is for those who just want to play the new game but don’t want all the DLC packs. The pro edition is for those who like some … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Konami introduces Pendulum Monsters and some top reprints for duelists


Every year at San Diego Comic-Con, Konami shows off the upcoming line of Yu-Gi-Oh! products for the rest of the year. This year was no different except that the whole booth was dedicated only to Yu-Gi-Oh! At the entrance of the booth were four Yu-Gi-Oh! based games, an upcoming title … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Street Fighter Panel


Ultra Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist were the big focus at this year’s Street Fighter Panel held by Capcom. The panel began with a trailer showing off the new features in Ultra Street Fighter IV. There will be special pre-order bonus costumes for people who pre-order the game from … Continue reading

Nerd HQ: Conversations for a Cause: Stoopid Buddy Stoodios


The guys at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios held a panel this year at Nerd HQ that raised $5000 for Operation Smile. The panel included executive producers Seth Green, Matthew Senreich, John Harvatine, Eric Towner, and writer Tom Root. Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is most well known for its production of the stop-motion … Continue reading

Nerd HQ: Conversations for a Cause: Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day


Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day are some of the most visible celebrity geeks around, thanks to their involvement with Geek & Sundry. Their sold-out panel raised $7000 for Nerd HQ’s favorite charity, Operation Smile. The Geek & Sundry network is very well known for its Tabletop show, a segment hosted by … 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

Nerd HQ: Conversations for a Cause: Nathan Fillion


Nathan Fillion hosted two conversations at Nerd HQ this year; one alone and one with his friend, frequent collaborator, and fellow actor Alan Tudyk. Both sessions were sold out and raised over $6000 for Operation Smile. Nathan’s panels are always some of the most popular of the event not just … Continue reading

HD Deadpool test-footage officially released and new info from behind the scenes


If you missed it, yesterday an early test footage was leaked featuring Ryan Reynolds (many believe it’s the role he was born to play). The test footage was shot by director Tim Miller and since its has been leaked, the internet has exploded with support behind this film. As of this morning, … Continue reading

SDCC 2014: Check out The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode trailer!


It’s finally here. It was reported previously that The Simpsons and Family Guy, both being Fox shows, will be doing a crossover episode. The five-minute trailer was released at San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend and is not available to everyone. The hour-long episode will air as part of Family Guy’s … Continue reading

*Update* Cosplayer found covered in blood at San Diego Comic-Con


Update (July 1, 2014): Polygon has an update from the Police saying that the cosplayer wasn’t assaulted. However, that isn’t affecting the charges and no more information will be released because the cosplayer is a minor. The teenage cosplayer found injured and unconscious at a San Diego hotel during Comic-Con … Continue reading

League of Legends: Gnar, The Missing Link, revealed


Too long have we waited. Too long have the Fields of Justice not seen fresh Yordle blood splatted throughout Baron pit. Too long have we waited for Gnar, The Missing Link. In what can be described as a somewhat Nidalee-esque Yordle, the newest character for League of Legends will be … Continue reading

Guardians of the Galaxy review

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I have to hand it to Marvel Studios for being brave enough to take chances with unconventional directors for their films. For Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the studio hired the Russo brothers, who are known for NBC’s Community, as co-directors. It worked out in Marvel’s favor, since the movie was highly praised and was considered … Continue reading

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma gameplay of Celica A Mercury and Minerva


During the BlazBlue web radio show, players were introduced to one of the two characters that are being added in the fall arcade update of BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma. Celica fights with the help of Mercury, which was designed by Kokonoe with plans taken from Konoe and Relius Clover. The creators made Celica a character for beginners … Continue reading

Fire Emblem: Awakening’s Lucina figure

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Last year Good Smile Company showcased a prototype figma featuring Lucina from Fire Emblem: Awakening, dressed up as Marth. During Wonder Festival 2014  Good Smile Company displayed the masked Lucina for everyone to see. Equipped with her Parallel Falchion at her side we can expect an unmasked version included in the box. … Continue reading