THE Kurt Broz is not just a personality for Nerdbot, but he's also the editor-in-chief and a real live scientist! Born on the snowy shores of Lake Erie in good ol' Cleveland, Ohio, Kurt Broz has been there and back again, now residing in sunny Southern California. You can find THE Kurt Broz in cosplay, buying comics, hiking, and even writing for Nerdbot and WLFK Productions. He may be a child of the 80's but he is certainly a man of the world.
Astrological signs mean close to bupkis. There is no scientific or logical backing for the 12 zodiac signs modern Americans rely on. Hell, different cultures use different signs and even our modern signs are basically...
A 10-year old boy is in the hospital due to being attacked by bullies. He refused to fight back. Because, he says, pacifism is the Jedi way. Aiden was brutally assaulted and punched in the face...
Smoldering rubble. Corpses littering the ground. One lone, handsome survivor. Hollywood loves to watch society collapse. The trope of a failing civilization and how quickly we lose our humanity is a fetishized idea going back to early...
The year is 1987. The Nintendo NES is the hottest thing in gaming. With the crash of the the gaming industry that effectively killed Atari and the teenage angst of the Sega Genesis yet to...
Ultraman: the beloved size-changing space cop (merged with a Japanese man) is back and het’s bringing his talents to Netflix in a new original series. Ultraman is probably best known to Westerners through the live action TV...
Ant-Man and the Wasp was a highly entertaining but flawed Marvel movie. -Spoiler Free Review- The key term is Marvel movie. It had all the beats you love from Marvel, between serious action, comedy, and introspective moments....
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Chris Hemsworth is here with some fitness solutions while were stuck indoors. He's also providing advice and tricks to keep us centered
Hasbro just released all of the G.I. Joe animated series on YouTube for us to watch! Get ready for a heavy dose of nostalgia!
Talk about a great way to be able to craft or make a puzzle but still be able to have a surface for dinner!
You are now able to take a virtual tour of the catacombs of Paris! All from the comfort of your own home. Ready to start a macabre adventure?