Today is International Sherlock Holmes Day! Which actor, TV show, movie, or story is your favorite? I prefer the Robert Downey Jr. films myself, but I have enjoyed all of them.
Marc and Justin delve into the history of May the Fourth Fan Day and how it came to be. We talk our memories of Star Wars since 1977 until 2018, and where the Star Wars franchise can go from here.
Yes, it’s that time of year again, May 4th to be specific, where Star Wars fans around the world post various memes, photos, and other Star Wars pictures on social media to celebrate this punny day – May the Fourth.
In the Star Wars movies, there is a phrase used by the heroes, “May the Force be with you.” that they say to each other as a way to wish those around them good luck or to offer them well wishes. May the Fourth is a fun way to play off of that sentiment. Believe it or not, this pun was actually created way back in 1979, but has only taken the world by storm since the rise of social media.
“Apocryphally, the reference was first used on May 4, 1979, the day Margaret Thatcher took office as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. An online news article from the Danish public broadcaster says her political party, the Conservatives, placed a congratulatory advertisement in The London Evening News, saying “May the Fourth Be with You, Maggie. ” Congratulations.” – Wikipedia
As a lifelong Star Wars fan, I appreciate and celebrate this day; but for me, as you may well know, Star Wars day is everyday!
But for the less casual fans, please join in the revelry and eat some Wookiee Cookies, drink some Yoda Soda, or a Darth Malt. Put on a Star Wars shirt, and watch your favorite Star Wars movie with family and friends, because that’s what this day is really about. Celebrating a fun movie franchise with those that matter the most to you.
May The Fourth Be With You – Always!
The Credulous Nerds, Marc and Justin, with special guest, Kimball, review Avengers: Infinity War. This is a SPOILER filled review show, so listen only if you’ve seen the movie!
We talk about the motivations of Thanos, the return of past favorite characters, and the shocking ending of Infinity War. We again address who is the most powerful Avenger and how the Avenger fared against Thanos.
It’s a longer episode, but we dive deep into the story and character development. Let us know what you think! Join us on our Facebook page – The Credulous Nerds and sound off about your thoughts on Infinity War.
Listen to 3 Nerdy Things! A short podcast dedicated to the latest nerd news from The Credulous Nerds. We bring you the newest and most recent news from the Nerd Cosmos.
In this episode we talk about DC’s announcement at Cinemacon regarding the up and coming Aquaman.
A new Star Wars animated series is set to debut this fall – Star Wars: Resistance!
Plus not one, but two Star Trek movies are in development.
Are you Team Cap or Team Iron Man? The Credulous Nerds break down Captain America: Civil War and it’s impact on the Marvel Avengers Cinematic Universe.
We talk about how the super soldier storyline is again addressed and dropped. We talk about how Tony Stark and Steve Rogers have been fundamentally unable to come to decision and that this movie is a culmination of that.
We also talk about who is the strongest super soldier and how does Steve Rogers stay strong?
As we’ve been doing our Marvel Avengers Re-Watch series, I’ve been thinking about ranking the individual movies from the Marvel Avengers Cinematic Universe after each film we watch and review on our podcast.
So, for a current list of the films we’ve already reviewed on our podcast, here you go:
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- Captain America: Civil War
- The Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1
- Iron Man
- The Avengers
- The Incredible Hulk
- Iron Man 3
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
- Thor: The Dark World
- Iron Man 2
Pending Reviews: Dr. Strange, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther
It’s hard to rank the films at the top, as they are all good and depending on my mood at the time, they could switch places with another film. Plus, with some of these films I haven’t seen them in a few months and perhaps years. That’s why I suspect as I watch them and review them, they might start switching places.
*Updated from an older post as of April 20, 2018.
The Credulous Nerds, Marc and Justin, discuss Ant-Man and his origin story. We see how Scott Lang went from dead beat dad to an Avenger! *OK, not technically an Avenger yet, but he fought an Avenger and won!
We talk about how Ant-Man is different but the same as other origin stories, and how it’s one of our favorite Avenger films.
Listen in as The Credulous Nerds sit down for a nerdy conversation with best-selling author, Michaelbrent Collings! We discuss his career and the many novels he has written and why he tends to gravitate towards the horror genre. We talk all kinds of nerdy franchises, Star Wars, Star Trek – films and TV, DC films, and the Wheel of Time. Check him out on writteninsomnia.com and you can support him on Patreon too!
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Join The Credulous Nerds, Marc and Justin, as we speculate about what were going to see in Avengers: Infinity War. We discuss which Infinity Stone is the most powerful and what Thanos’ plan is to overthrow the Avengers.
Check out our review and re-cap of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Join the Credulous Nerds, Marc and Justin, as we break down the second Avengers film and how it advances the overall story and prepares us for Avengers: Infinity War! We discuss “Who is Ultron?” We also break down Captain America and Iron Man’s agendas for world peace.