We’ve been saying it for years now, but Nerd HQ offers up some of the best programming during Comic-Con all while helping out people in need (Operation Smile). The brain-child of actor (and lover of nerdy things) Zachary Levi, Nerd HQ has been steadily growing year after year and now inhabits a portion of the massive Petco Park during the weekend of Comic-Con.
It’s that time again. The mother of all nerd conventions is less than a month away and while information is a bit scarce as to which of your favorite shows will be in attendance (all of them), we do have some early panel information that popped up on both TV.Com and TV Guide. With Comic-Con growing each and every year it’s a safe bet that your favorite television series will probably make an appearance to plug their upcoming season or to just have some fun.
Last we we had the pleasure of attending Nerd HQ during Comic Con 2011 and it was a total blast. If you’ve never heard of Nerd HQ, or perhaps wanted to see the panels for yourself… well now you can! The fine folks at Nerd Machine have posted all of their panels on YouTube for nerds everywhere to enjoy. Linked below is a write up from this summer’s Friends of the Nerdolution panel and an embed of the panel video itself. I may be the dork who asks the first question.
You may know Aisha Tyler from Talk Soup, or perhaps her stand up comedy, but did you know Aisha is a big time nerd? The latest episode of her podcast “Girl on Guy” (careful when you Google that) feature’s Chuck’s Zachary Levi and contains just about as much nerdery as one of our OWN podcasts… and that’s really saying something.
Here we go! Comic-Con 2011. It seems like just yesterday I was at the Convention Center wading through a sticky sea of nerdery. Wednesday travel news and Thursday panel information.
The former Chosen One, Sarah Michelle Gellar, makes her first trip back to Comic-Con since promoting The Grudge almost 10 years ago! Gellar jump-kicks her way back to Ballroom 20 in order plug her new show “The Ringer” which premieres this fall on The CW.
The Nerd Machine is now hosting a series of special panels right outside the walls of the convention center. The spectacular thing about The Nerd Machine’s panels is that they’re limited to 250 people (which is incredibly small by Comic Con’s standards), and your ENTIRE 20 dollar donation goes to charity.
Caitlin Crosby is a singer/songwriter/actress who is also happens to be one half of the musical duo Crosby Skills and Nash. Yes you read that correctly, SKILLS and Nash. On top of writing and performing her own music, Caitlin is also an accomplished actress and the co-founder of two unique charity projects(The Giving Keys, and Love your Flawz).
We love Nerd Machine! Nerd Machine is the creation of Chuck’s Zachary Levi, and is a great place to get some T-shirts and accessories (before the world ends later today). I’ve purchased a bunch of stuff from Nerd Machine and I think their gear is a ton of fun. Check out their mega 21% off sale below. And be sure to to tell them NerdAppropriate.com sent you.
Her look is remarkably similar to that of Mass Effect 2’s Miranda. So much so, that the writers and producers decided to throw in a line about a certain “suicide mission”.