27th Sep2019

eBuying Comics: Week 27

by Ian Wells

When I first got into comics I would only really see Green Arrow in DC group shots in adverts and stuff. My train of thought at the time was ‘Oh The Avengers have an archer so naturally so do the JLA.’ I  really got into the character a few years later when I picked up […]

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27th Sep2019

WWE Roster: 2019 Mid-Year Report – Smackdown

by Chris Cummings

So, as a WWE fan, and seeing as Nerdly has great wrestling coverage, I thought it would be cool to take a seat in the bleachers and give you a longtime fan perspective report on WWE’s roster as we’ve reached – as of writing – August 2019. This isn’t gospel or fact, obviously. It’s just […]

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26th Sep2019

WWE Roster: 2019 Mid-Year Report – WWE Raw

by Chris Cummings

So, as a WWE fan, and seeing as Nerdly has great wrestling coverage, I thought it would be cool to take a seat in the bleachers and give you a longtime fan perspective report on WWE’s roster as we’ve reached – as of writing – August 2019. This isn’t gospel or fact, obviously. It’s just […]

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25th Sep2019

Your Detailed Guide to Pass Microsoft Exams and Earn MCSA: Web Applications Certification

by James Smith

Microsoft is a leading IT vendor which designs and provides IT products and solutions. Additionally, they offer numerous certifications for IT specialists. Among these credentials is the MCSA: Web Applications. Individuals who earn Microsoft certifications usually receive extra recognition from managers in charge of hiring and supervision. Additionally, certified professionals can greatly improve their practical […]

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25th Sep2019

Top 3: Survival Horror Games That You Can Play This Halloween

by James Smith

From fancy dress parties to scary films, there are many ways that you can celebrate Halloweeen this year. If you want to stay in and play on your games console, then there are many different types of horror games that you can experience. ‘Survival horror’ is just one exciting and thrilling horror subgenre that can […]

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24th Sep2019

The 1st Annual Nerdly WWE Top 50

by Chris Cummings

Every Summer since 1991 Pro Wrestling Illustrated, the famous wrestling magazine, has presented fans with the PWI 500, a ranking of the top 500 wrestlers in the world on that specific year. It blends kayfabe with actual work-rate, popularity and visibility to create this big ole list of the best pro-wrestlers in the world. It’s […]

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24th Sep2019

Opinionated: Was the debut episode of NXT on USA a good introduction to the brand?

by Chris Cummings

So, we’re a few days on from the debut of NXT on the USA Network. A new era for the gold-and-yellow brand of WWE. The show has gone from one-hour to two-hours each week and will, in a couple of weeks time, be a full two-hour live show on USA. The debut episode, which saw […]

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24th Sep2019

Predicted Trends for Live Games in 2020

by James Smith

In the last decade alone, the online casino gaming industry has undergone a number of profound changes, which have dramatically altered the industry. Advances in mobile gaming technology and the growing ubiquity of the internet have raised the profile of casino gaming, leading to industry turnover and revenue hitting record-breaking heights. But what will be […]

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20th Sep2019

Ten Best: WWE Intercontinental Champions Of All Time

by Chris Cummings

With the WWE recently celebrating the Intercontinental Title on a WWE network special, Chris takes a look at the Ten Best WWE Intercontinental Champions Of All Time… The Intercontinental Title in WWE has been, for most of its existence, a title that has helped take a mid-card talent and show them off in a bigger […]

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20th Sep2019

Is your privacy being compromised online?

by James Smith

You may be one of the many people who has suffered a cyber attack – personally or at work – through viruses, phishing or social engineering. Less sensational, but equally worrying, are data breaches and misuse of the data we willingly hand over. While we may be fiercely protective of our bank details for obvious […]

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18th Sep2019

Opinionated: Why Do We Love Seeing 80s Nostalgia in TV and Movies?

by Chris Cummings

Stranger Things is a good example of the use of that feeling of nostalgia selling a show or film. I mean, the Netflix Original program is a huge hit, and a good part of that is because of the nostalgic brilliance of it. Whether it’s New Coke, Back to the Future, 80s Horror, fashion, music […]

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17th Sep2019

Ten Best: NXT TakeOver Shows!

by Chris Cummings

May 29, 2014. The date of the very first NXT TakeOver show. Man… that was over five years ago, and in the time since that show aired live in the WWE Network, we’ve seen so much change. Not just in NXT, but in WWE in general and in the world of pro-wrestling. Going back to […]

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17th Sep2019

3 Top Slots With Gamification

by James Smith

Gamification is currently shaking the world of online gaming. It has been dubbed as one of the most upcoming trends in the business if iGaming. The concept behind the idea has been successful in developing innovative and pioneering video slots games which have been appointed as top ‘trending’ slots by the public. The fundamental backbone […]

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16th Sep2019

Which is Better? #2 – Shaun of the Dead vs. Zombieland

by Chris Cummings

Which is Better is a new column here on Nerdly where we’ll pick two related movies and discuss each of them, and then conclude which we think is the best one. It might be about films of a similar type, or sequels in comparison to the first film, or the original film and its eventual […]

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16th Sep2019

New Game Releases in 2019

by James Smith

2019 has been a productive year in the gaming industry with more and more incredible releases following the advancement of technology. You have the new hampshire online casinos that are now offering games for local players in a region which have not had this on offer previously. It has also been a similar scenario with […]

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12th Sep2019

Ten Best: ECW Pay-Per-Views of All Time

by Chris Cummings

Remember ECW? I do. Extreme Championship Wrestling was the underground wrestling phenomenon that had a cult following in the 90s and still does today. It was on the fringe. During an era of pro-wrestling that consisted of WWF booking Doink the Clown, Bastion Booger and a more cartoony product (among some great stuff, by the […]

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10th Sep2019

Ten Best: WWE Pay-Per-Views of all time

by Chris Cummings

Welcome back folks. So, being a fan of wrestling means you see the same conversations and discussions going on between fans, discussions that never really change. In all the time I’ve been watching pro-wrestling, for twenty-seven years, the question “what’s the best PPV ever” has come up. It’s all about opinion, really. It’s all about […]

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10th Sep2019

‘Bad Boys For Life’ – Everything You Need to Know

by James Smith

The 90s detective duo is back with the new Bad Boys 3 or Bad Boys For Life. It’s been a long time since we saw both these actors in the same movie and the third movie was topic of discussion since they released Bad Boys 2 back in 2003. The struggles went on for almost […]

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09th Sep2019

Opinionated: 6 Ideas WWE Should Utilise From WCW!

by Chris Cummings

It’s been eighteen years since World Championship Wrestling closed its doors when it’s number one competitor, WWE, bought it after its decline in the early 00s. Before that all happened, however, and before WCW became a messy, awkward, strange shadow of what it used to be, it was a successful and entertaining product that was […]

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06th Sep2019

Ten Best: Things WWE did in The Attitude Era!

by Chris Cummings

If you’ve read my Top 10: Terrible Things that WWE Did During The Attitude Era article you’ll probably know that this article was coming. I couldn’t do a list of bad things without following it up with a list of the best things that WWE did back in the infamous Attitude Era. So, here we […]

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06th Sep2019

Which is Better? #1 – Dawn of the Dead

by Chris Cummings

Which is Better is a new column here on Nerdly where we’ll pick two related movies and discuss each of them, and then conclude which we think is the best one. It might be about sequels in comparison to the first film, or the original film and its eventual remake, we might even do it […]

06th Sep2019

eBuying Comics: Week 26

by Ian Wells

Nothing hits the nostalgia sweet spot better than a good old issue of Marvels ‘What If?’ line. These stand alone alternate takes on Marvel comics continuity are fondly remembered by readers who were around at their start. We are currently in the age of fan service where yesterdays readers are todays writers who are ultimately […]

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