Vintage Toy Of The Month:  The A-Team!

Vintage Toy Of The Month: The A-Team!

Possibly the most vintage toy selection shown on NERDSociety.com.  The A-Team action figures–provided by a friend of mine (thank you)–are marked 1983 and have the vintage feel of being on their last legs.  However, we won’t let wobbly legs, chipping paint and missing accessories get in the way of these awesome vintage pieces!

The A-Team was one hell of an interesting show when I was growing up in the 80’s, it had …

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Parkour, Paul Walker and Brick Mansions

Parkour, Paul Walker and Brick Mansions

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The first time I saw the trailer for Brick Mansions, my initial reaction was “Hey, Paul Walker made a movie that totally rips off District B-13!”  If you’ve never seen District B-13, it’s a French film directed by Luc Besson (Fifth Element) that features the king of parkour David Belle doing what he does best.  Since the film debuted in 2004, Belle has gone on to choreograph parkour in several major films including The Prince of Persia, Transporter 2 and Columbiana.

District B-13 is a bit weak storywise but of course, that’s not important …

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Casting News: Peter Mayhew Reprises Role of ‘Chewie’

Casting News: Peter Mayhew Reprises Role of ‘Chewie’

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There were some rumors running about regarding casting for Episode 7, that they were looking for someone really tall, like over 7 feet. Now the Hollywood Reporter has confirmed that Peter Mayhew, the actor who played Chewbacca in four of the Star Wars films, including the original three, will be playing Chewie again in the upcoming Disney sequel.

So far, of all the original chracters, only Chewbacca and R2-D2 have been confirmed. There is speculation that Luke, Leia and Han will return but no word as of yet. The only other cast member that has come close to being confirmed is …

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Out of Bounds ~ A short animated film

Out of Bounds ~ A short animated film

Catastrophe, it is in the eye of the beholder.  Prevention is the key, I use the term prevention, loosely.  The key that may lock our doorway to any outside world other than our own.  This door can lead to much misconception.  Which inevitably, brings one to the endless circle of things I have previously discussed and brought to point in my last few reviews.  However we see ourselves, living these messy, complicated and obsessed lives, our frail attempts at controlling them.  We figure out that our safety and securities are often displayed thru a fish bowl for the world to see.  …

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Movie Review: Captain America The Winter Soldier

Movie Review: Captain America The Winter Soldier

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Captain America (Chris Evans) is back in the second installment of his solo film franchise along side fellow Avenger, Black Widow (Scarlet Johanson) and finds himself wrapped in a conspiracy spanning decades with S.H.I.E.L.D. in the heart of it all. Things get even worse when a new threat in the form of the Winter Soldier, a mysterious figure with ties to Steve Rogers past, gets involved and pushes Cap to his mental and physical limits.

 

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Catching Up With ‘A Game of Thrones’

Catching Up With ‘A Game of Thrones’

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So, my friends, another season of Walking Dead has come to an end but fear not, because Season 4 of A Game of Thrones starts this Sunday. In preparation for the new episodes, I have been going back to HBO on demand and binge watching the first three seasons of the show and I’m so glad, too.

Because I love the show so much, I have decided to wait on reading the books and the comics, too, which I have been collecting since they first came out. Even though it seems from the covers that the comics are a little behind …

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Interview with Chelsey Cosplay

Interview with Chelsey Cosplay

Here is a really awesome cosplayer that we at  NERDSociety.com have gotten the chance to talk to…the lovely and creative Chelsey Cosplay.

NERDSOCIETY.COM:  What cosplay name do you go by and where are you from?

CHELSEY:  I usually go by Chelsey Cosplay:) I am from the Cincinnati, Ohio area.

NS:  How did you first get started in the world of cosplay?

CC:  I used to dress up as my favorite characters before I even knew what cosplaying was. When I found out that there were actually conventions you could dress up at, my mind was blown. It was pretty …

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Walking Dead Season 4 Finale Recap (with Spoilers!)

Walking Dead Season 4 Finale Recap (with Spoilers!)

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So another season of The Walking Dead has come to a close. I rewatched the episodes they aired before the finale because I wanted a refresher but also because I knew this was the last one and I was already feeling the loss. Not sure if this is true but the season 4 finale is being called the most watched TV episode ever. I knew the numbers would be big. The show is damn popular. Even Dish got smart and finally jumped on board.

While I was happy that some loose ends were resolved, there were still some questions left unanswered. The …

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Masters of the Universe Classics: March- Hydron and the Unnamed One!

Masters of the Universe Classics: March- Hydron and the Unnamed One!

March is nearly over but we are far from finished discussing the releases from the Masters of the Universe Classics line by Mattel. March will go down as one controversial month for the fabled MOTUC line with the release of a New Adventures character in figure form and the unveiling of the mysterious figure: the Unnamed One! Well… at least we got a cool map? Read on for the look at these two figures!

Hydron

0022 Masters of the Universe Classics: March  Hydron and the Unnamed One!

Originally released in the New Adventures of He-Man toy line, Hydron is the third Galactic Protector released for the MOTUC line (this includes NA He-Man.) He …

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Comic Book Review: X-Men Battle of the Atom

Comic Book Review: X-Men Battle of the Atom

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The official Nerdsociety.com review of X-Men: Battle of the Atom, a 10-part comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics that debuted in September and October 2013 and ran through multiple X-Men books.

It was written by Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron and Brian Wood. Drawn by various artists. Review by Game Raging Psycho.…

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