Activision’s Call of Duty Global Reveal Offers Fans a Mouth-Watering Treat

Game developer Activision announced the global reveal of their latest Call of Duty title with an unexpected twist: The franchise is returning to its original roots, highlighting traditional combat with a historical World War II setting aptly titled Call of Duty: World War II. A vast departure from the futuristic technology, attack drones, wall running, and climbing we’ve seen in recent installments, World War II is taking us back to where it all started in 2003. Fan favorite... Read More

A Luxury Starship Resort Might Be Coming From a Galaxy Far, Far Away

For all of you nerds who’ve wanted a true Star Wars experience beyond the movies rejoice, because you might just get your wish! Disney is surveying guests to gauge interest in a luxury “starship” resort & experience as part of Star Wars Land, opening in 2019. Fans at Star Wars Celebration were teased with concept sketches of the two-day all-inclusive experience set in the Star Wars universe with story-driven entertainment, including character interactions and live... Read More

The Future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

While Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is picking up steam heading into its worldwide release, Marvel decided to pour some more space super-team fuel into the hype machine! As if there wasn’t enough confidence already, with high and healthy première expectations. The presale has been so impressive, in fact, that Marvel’s “jumped the Gunn” and confirmed Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3‘s already a go. News of the green light came from director James Gunn... Read More

Adventure Time is Back With the New ‘Elements’ Miniseries

Returning after a brief few-month hiatus, the hit Cartoon Network series Adventure Time is kicking off its final miniseries Elements on Monday, April 24th at 7:30pm EST. This four-night special event picks up right where we left off with Finn (Jeremy Shada), Jake (John DiMaggio), and BMO (Niki Yang) on their return trip from the islands to the Land of Ooo. As it turns out, things have radically changed in their absence. Bridging the gap between the Islands and Elements miniseries,... Read More

Star Wars Celebration 2017: A Toy Story

As many of you nerds out there already know, Star Wars Celebration was held last weekend in Orlando, Florida to epic fanfare.  While the biggest stories to come out of the event were the first teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi and the return of Hayden Christianson to a Star Wars convention for the first time in years, some other news flew a little more under the radar. Bluefin, a leading collectibles dealer, presented a ton of cool releases at their booth from a... Read More

F.T.Life – Jump 2

Nothing makes sense. It’s all a garbled mess. The flash of violet is happy and alive, the underlying grey is sorrowful. In their locked conflict, they swirl, and both emotions are tainted with their counterparts. Their conflict wounds them both, but still they entwine. The light grows too intense. She squints up in confusion, blinded by the white that is left behind. <Previous / Next> Stay caught up on each and every new chapter of F.T.Life by subscribing to the nerdslant e-mail... Read More

Interview – Brad Rosenberg is Spreading Addiction Awareness

What is up Nerdslant Nation! I’m here with Brad Rosenberg. He’s one of our newest – he is actually is our newest writer. He just started writing for us a few weeks ago. My name is Joe, better known as Pseudo Joe. And today we’re going to be talking about a movie that Brad wrote a screenplay for. What is the name of the movie? Brad: With the Web in the Front. Cool. And it is about heroin addiction, right? Brad: Yes. And so, without giving too much away obviously,... Read More

Science March Must-Haves for Effective Resistance

The following is only representative of the opinions expressed by the jerk who wrote it. nerdslant.com may or may not feel the same way. Probably so, but they’re sure as Hell not going to tell you. There’s nothing nerdier than science: It influences our fiction, which in turn influences our science. It’s a wonderfully symbiotic relationship. This weekend, on Saturday April 22nd, people are coming together all over the world to let others know that science is a thing to be embraced and... Read More

Doctor Who “Pilot” Review: Moments in Time

Warning: The following review contains spoilers from the Series 10 premiere of Doctor Who. Let’s start this off by clearing the air with an admission: I was left feeling really underwhelmed by the 2016 Doctor Who Christmas special. It’s not that “The Return of Doctor Mysterio” was a bad episode by any means, although it did feel a bit late hopping on the whole “comic book” train. Nor do I think anyone expected it to measure up against “The Husbands of River Song”—it just... Read More

What the First Teaser Trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi Tells Us

After well over a year of waiting (and one expanded universe holdover movie), we finally have our first look at Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi! As a fan, I couldn’t help but be overwhelmed by the all the feels that were felt upon first viewing. The nostalgia of seeing Mark Hamill reprise his roll of Luke Skywalker, this time with actual dialogue, tears that welling up as the camera zoomed in on Leia (Carrie Fisher), and excitement at seeing the new characters that I grew to love in... Read More