Author: Greg Mehochko

DC’s Titans Headed to New Streaming Service

Earlier today, we learned that Warner Bros./DC is moving forward with a live-action version of the Teen Titans. Honestly, it’s a brilliant idea. It hits home for the generation that grew up with the Titans on Cartoon Network (even if they didn’t pick up a comic book). But they will also capture the audience that has brought continued success to the CW shows in the “Arrow-verse.” It gets top billing because it was the first, followed by The Flash, Supergirl (an acquisition from NBC), and Legends of Tomorrow. Greg Berlanti, the mastermind behind the success of these network programs, will...

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Nerds United Episode 75: Talking Smit and the Cape Comic Con

Nerds United Episode 75: Talking Smit and the Cape Comic Con [ 41:15 | 0.01 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (129) This weekend is the 12th Annual Cape Comic Con in Cape Girardeau, MO. This year’s Cape Con preview episode features two of my favorite people and best friends, Jared and Nia Smith, of Talking Smit fame. We’re talking about some of our memories of recent Cape Con’s, the mistake that I made once and the good times had by all. Learn about their favorite memories of their trips to Cape Con (spoiler, this pic...

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Positive Cynicism Episode 9: Can’t We All Be United

Positive Cynicism Episode 9: Can't We All Be United [ 37.08 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (80) After a two week hiatus (aka mandatory therapy), @chadsmart returns with the latest installment of Positive Cynicism to share his slanted views on society. This week Chad looks at the United airline overbook flight situation which saw a passenger dragged off a plane instead of leaving voluntarily when asked. In typical cynical fashion, Chad explains why he thinks the general public overreacted and why viral outrage reflects poorly on...

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Fresh Content Day 46: The Kevin Smith Post

Where do I start? Let’s see…I got a late start on Kevin Smith fandom. Clerks came out in 1994, but I didn’t see it until 2000 or 2001. Oddly enough, I heard of a little movie called Dogma before I heard of Clerks, Mallrats, or Chasing Amy, all of which were before Dogma. Let’s start at the beginning. I graduated high school in 2000 and stayed home and went to a community college. The plan was to knock out my general courses and get my Associate’s Degree on their dime (academic scholarship) and then go on to a university and finish my Bachelor’s Degree and...

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Corn Nation’s Five Heart Podcast Episode 31: Husker Spring Game and More

Corn Nation's Five Heart Podcast Episode 31: Husker Spring Game and More [ 53:23 | 0.01 MB ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (546) After a week off, Brian and Greg are back with an episode that’s full of Husker topics. We talk about NCAA Women’s Bowling National Championships and the Huskers competing down in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We talk a little about Nebraseball and their Friday night loss in ten innings to Iowa (#EvilIowa). Friday saw Nebraska get a verbal commitment from a top-5 cornerback from Calabasas. https://twitter.com/Bookie_44/status/853035609891405825 What do the guys want to see...

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