30th Jan2019

eBuying Comics: Week 12

by Ian Wells

Lights! Camera! Action! This week I am talking movie tie ins and movie adaptation comics. In the old days the show was firmly on the other foot when it came to comics and movies. A big summer blockbuster would be released and behind the scenes the comics publishers would be battling it out to land […]

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30th Jan2019

How to Deal with a Difficult College Roommate

by James Smith

There is nothing more frustrating than living with someone you outrightly dislike. This is the situation that most college students find themselves in. When you are paired with a stubborn college roommate, you find yourself stuck between a hard place and a rock. Some students opt for alternative residence instead of having t deal with […]

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23rd Jan2019

eBuying Comics: Week 11

by Ian Wells

This weeks edition is going to be a hodge podge of ideas. A Frankensteins monster of topics if you will. Or seeing as this is comics perhaps an amalgam of ideas is a better turn of phrase. Rather than go through those topics in an introduction (that looks like I’m trying to make up a […]

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19th Jan2019

Top 5: Superhero Slots

by James Smith

Alert. Alert. Superhero craze on sight! Yes, that’s right, people are literally going mad about superhero movies, superhero games, or let’s just say, superheroes in general. This has been going on for a couple of years already – and with everything being about these protagonists and their great fights, lethal opponents and villains, it’s no […]

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17th Jan2019

Opinionated: The depressing state of UK toy retail

by Phil Wheat

Toys… as a kid I was told that once I grew up I’d leave them behind. But that was before the explosion in pop culture and the rise of the geek. Every other blockbuster these days is a comic book movie, fantasy adventure and sci-fi epic and with those films come merchandise, including action figures […]

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16th Jan2019

The Best Slots to Play on UK Casinos

by James Smith

Nowadays gambling industry really has a lot of offer. There is really a variety of many slots and whatever type of slot you prefer, you could easily find it in UK casinos. With summer beginning and all that free time that comes with it, you are probably looking forward to exploring all of these games. […]

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15th Jan2019

How realistic are Hollywood’s stunts?

by James Smith

Have you ever wondered if it’s actually possible to survive a nuclear explosion by hiding in a fridge? If it’s really possible for an amputee to jump from a crane into a burning skyscraper? Or for a superspy to kitesurf to safety following an avalanche? The folks at Betway have! In their quest for answers […]

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08th Jan2019

Movies You May Have Missed: ‘Circle Of Pain’

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment in our regular Movies You May Have Missed series here on Nerdly, in which I highlight some of, what I think, are the best movies that have flown under the radar of many or have been “forgotten” in the intervening years since its release. This time round its the MMA-themed […]

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04th Jan2019

Watch Now: Garbage Gang TCG Unboxing (GPK)

by Phil Wheat

For the first time in a decade, Topps have released a brand-new series of Garbage Pail Kids trading cards in the UK. Dubbed Garbage Gang, this new set features Top Trumps style gameplay and a collection of cards that features old-school characters from the early days of GPK. The Garbage Gang set features 96 cards, […]

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03rd Jan2019

eBuying Comics: Week 10

by Ian Wells

In 1866 David Livingston set out to find the source of The Nile. In 1924 George Mallory set out to conquer Everest. In 1936 Professor Jones fought of Nazis in a mission to find the Arc of The Covenant. Now in 2019 maybe, just maybe I’ll get my hands on my own Holy Grail. I […]

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02nd Jan2019

Rupert’s Ten Best: Films of 2018

by Rupert Harvey

It’s that time of year again. Let’s not pretend we don’t all love ranking things. Honourable mentions go to A Quiet Place, which made no sense but offered a truly unique cinema experience; Sicario 2, which, against the odds, turned out to be better than the original; the very pleasant surprise that was Bohemian Rhapsody; […]

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02nd Jan2019

Chris’ Ten Best: Horror Films of 2018

by Chris Ellis

2018 has been a great year for movies, especially for horror films, from mainstream cinema hits to some fantastic direct to market titles. But it’s also been great for the genre as a whole not just the movies… With that in mind here is Chris’ rundown of his Top 10 Horror Films of 2018: The […]

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31st Dec2018

Faye’s Ten Best: Horror Films of 2018

by Faye Ellis

2018 has been a great year for movies, especially for horror films, from mainstream cinema hits to some fantastic direct to market titles. But it’s also been great for the genre as a whole not just the movies… With that in mind here is Faye’s rundown of her Top 10 Horror Films of 2018: Ghost […]

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31st Dec2018

Alain’s Ten Best: Films of 2018

by Alain Elliott

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for movies. There has been some great films in the cinema, on DVD and VOD and the film festivals we’ve covered have been jam-packed with quality movies. Which makes it VERY hard to narrow down a list of the Top 10 of the year! With that being […]

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28th Dec2018

Britt’s Ten Best: Video Games of 2018

by Britt Roberts

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for video games – from both AAA release to independent releases, across a myriad of formats, gaming has had a really great year. And so has Nerdly when it comes to video games, we’ve really hit a stride when it comes to covering games – Switch games […]

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28th Dec2018

Phil’s Ten Best: DTV Films of 2018

by Phil Wheat

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for movies. There has been some great films in the cinema, on DVD and VOD and the film festivals we’ve covered have been jam-packed with quality movies. Which makes it VERY hard to narrow down a list of the Top 10 of the year! Even moreso when […]

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28th Dec2018

eBuying Comics: Week 9

by Ian Wells

With the New Year fast approaching I thought I would pay a little homage to Wizard Magazine and look at what comics could be hot in 2019. This just for fun as I don’t have enough experience in studying the markets, but maybe at some point during next year I will check in with my […]

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27th Dec2018

Dan’s Ten Best: Comics of 2018

by Dan Clark

Let’s get this out of the way right now. This list is wrong. Although I try to be as objective as possible when putting it together there is no way to make it completely void of my subjective opinion. So why do this? For one I enjoy doing it as it pushes me to read […]

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27th Dec2018

Phil’s Ten Best: Films of 2018

by Phil Wheat

2018 has been, yet again, another fantastic year for movies. There has been some great films in the cinema, on DVD and VOD and the film festivals we’ve covered have been jam-packed with quality movies. Which makes it VERY hard to narrow down a list of the Top 10 of the year! Even moreso when […]

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20th Dec2018

Trailer Park: The Secret Piercing Life of Glass Hearts 3

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment of Trailer Park, our semi-regular look at the latest trailers to hit the interwebs. This edition features a gaggle of trailers for both forthcoming movies AND video games… including: Kingdom Hearts 3, Glass, Nippon Marathon, Crucible of the Vampire, Netflix’s Kingdom, Doom Room and more! KINGDOM HEARTS III As unexpected […]

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20th Dec2018

Do I amuse you?! Martin Scorsese’s Six Best Hits

by James Smith

Arguably the finest filmmaker of the modern era, Martin Scorsese has continued to entertain and thrill fans with his cinematic brilliance and gripping storylines. The Italian-American has enjoyed a career spanning five decades, generating a reputation that has seen him credited with making some of the best films in history. Although he won’t be in […]

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19th Dec2018

Movies You May Have Missed: ‘Break’

by Phil Wheat

Welcome to the latest installment in our regular Movies You May Have Missed series here on Nerdly, in which I highlight some of, what I think, are the best movies that have flown under the radar of many or have been “forgotten” in the intervening years since its release. This edition focuses on Break, a […]

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