@lovethynerd
Love Thy Nerd
Love Nerds + Engage Culture + Build Community

Comics

The Endgame of Thor—A Marvel Character Study

Thor is godly by blood, but after having his perception of self and others battered, he has learned what it means to be godly by his actions.
seekers of science interview tamara robertson

The Pull List 14 | Tamara Robertson of Mythbusters and Seekers of Science

Tamara Robertson of Mythbusters and Seekers of Science is our guest this week talking about her experience of being a woman of faith in a world of science.

The Endgame of Hulk—A Marvel Character Study

Bruce Banner's rocky cinematic history contributes to his inconsistent story arcs. We take a look at what this is leading up to in Avengers: Endgame.

The Endgame of Captain America—A Marvel Character Study

In the countdown toward Avengers: Endgame, we look at Captain America and why the world turns to his leadership, even when his values are tested.

The Endgame of Iron Man—A Marvel Character Study

In the countdown toward Avengers: Endgame, we look at the tumultuous history of Iron Man and the power and hubris of his self-reliance.

The Pull List 13 | Detective Comics #1000 and Other Eternal Milestones

Batman turns 80 this week with Chris and Hector reviewing the massive tome that is Detective Comics #1000 and all the stories contained within.

TITANS: No One To Blame

We choose to move towards life, or towards death. Dick Grayson had the opportunity to change his trajectory, but thankfully it won’t be Dick’s last chance.

The Batman Who Laughs and the Importance of Facing Our Fears

Can Batman defeat a version of himself that has all the characteristics of his greatest enemy? Drew Hood takes a look at The Batman Who Laughs and the importance of facing your greatest fears. 

The Umbrella Academy: Failing at Family

So often we ignore, isolate, and make our family feel irredeemable. But family, blood or found, should always be the people that the wounded can come home to.

Meet My Friend, Clark Kent: A Look At Man and Superman

Does Clark Kent matter? Drew Hood and DC Comic's Man and Superman explains why the boy from Kansas' story is just as meaningful and just as important as his caped alter ego.