Stuck at home during Covid 19? Never fear, the comic buddies are here! This time out Andy and Ian talk about Star Wars, Stealth, Conan Serpent War and more in the pull list, review Locke and Key and also learn about Fantomex.
This time out in Eighties Geek Out land the fellas dive into the 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights. Will Ian forgive Brad for this one and find some silver linings? Tune in to find out!
In this episode we talk about the cancellation of our favorite event Adepticon. We take a look at how the community has responded and take a look at how we can help the vendors who missed out on their biggest event of the year. We also catch up on the latest 40K news and previews.
In the first of a series of interviews with vendors who have been affected by the unfortunate cancellation of this year’s Adepticon due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Craig & Russ of the D6 Generation (TheD6Generation.com) talk with Carlos Llauger of Corvus Belli and discuss the new hotness in the Infinity Universe: Infinity CodeOne & N4.
Back to the woods! The Nerdherders spend a long weekend in a cozy cabin playing games and making crude jokes! The boys detail the games they played at the winter retreat, including new games Rangers of Shadowdeep and Era among other favorites like Shogun, Downforce, Space Base and Lords of Vegas. And then of course there are the infamous outtakes to close out the show.
Adam’s Drukhari Wych Cult bound to the service of the Kabal of the Dying Sun along with a contingent of hired blades have infiltrated a Connor’s Death Guard facility. Here, the Death Guard have hooked up a plague engine which is pumping vile contagion into a webway gate. The Cult seeks to destroy the Death Guard and cleanse the gate.
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The Nerdherders break into 2020 with a slew of hobby resolutions! What do they want to do more of? What are they tired of? Listen and find out!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 41.
In this episode NASA Luke stops by for a visit and sits in for a sick Lathan, Tim makes a mess when we find he has a bit of drinking problem, and Katie promotes our upcoming Adepticon recording as well as our teenage niece…
Then, Tim tries his hand at creating a new segment in the D-Rail, we once again resort to some horribly bad accents, and then come full circle when we derail the D-Rail and talk about sex shops.
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money shills to pay the bills, Geeky Jean asks the pros about our cons, and Celebrity Deathmatch gets starry eyed when it pits captain versus captain.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I’m sure it’s going to be out of this world this time.
In this episode we (re)introduce our new 3rd chair Amy Frost! She tells us a little about how she got into the 40K hobby, Adepticon, and we talk about the story developments in The Greater Good.
This time out in comic book land Andy and Ian dive into Conan the Serpent War, Batman, Doctor Strange, The Old Guard and more! They also discuss Bloodshot and Black Mask and even talk some BBC television! Open up the latest issue and enjoy!
Brad and Ian travel back in time to peruse the comic book racks of the 1980s. What books were the EGO dudes reading in the 80s? What stories and characters were their favorites and can these guys ever avoid talking about action figures?
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 40.
In this milestone 40th episode Katie gets Schweddy when she channels NPR, Tim doesn’t have any hobby updates but Lathan more than makes up for it, and Amazon thinks Dave has some very specific tastes in novels.
Then, we talk about upcoming conventions, movies and TV shows when we take a geeky look forward into 2020, we mock our northerly neighbors, and Tim breaks his mic in the middle of the show – Again…
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money makes a Dark Return, Katie goes a bit Mad when Geeky Jean takes an episode off, and Celebrity Deathmatch uses the Force when weed killer would probably do.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. After all these episodes, Dave really wishes he could.
In this episode we are finally joined by the one and only Ashley! We find out what exotic locals she’s been visiting and find out what the future holds for the show.
Brad and Ian sit down in front of the tube to catch the must-see action shows from the 80s such as Knight Rider, Quantum Leap, MacGyver, the A-Team, Dukes of Hazzard and…Manimal?
In this episode, Darwin brings out his Black Templars against Adam’s Emperor’s Children in the Narrative Play scenario, The Stand at Saint’s Wall. This mission and the rules being used for these two subfactions can all be found in Games Workshop’s Faith and Fury supplement for Warhammer 40k.
Be sure to let us know what missions you’d like us to try next!
More Nerdherders action coming your way! The boys discuss their favorite things from pop culture and hobbies for the year that was. Favorite movies, TV shows, books, games and more!
The boys return to discuss the 8th edition of Warhammer 40k two years on. What they love, like and loathe about the Games Workshop game.
We are joined once again by Amy Frost as we take a look at the latest news in the world of 40K. We talk Adeptus Sororitas and Chapter Approved as well as talk about what we are hoping to see for 40K in 2020!
Andy and Matt are back for EDR episode 13! A lot of new Dystopian Wars models have been previewed by Warcradle since the last episode, so Andy and Matt start off with discussing what has been shown so far and their reactions to the revamped miniatures. Later, they discuss what Warcrade has announced so far for the launch of DW 3.0, and talk a little about what they think 2020 might have in store for both Dystopian Wars and Firestorm Armada.
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Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 39.
In this estrogen filled Thanksgiving episode Tim embraces his feminine side, Jean breaks out her Bedazzler while trying to avoid Rihanna’s lawyers, and Dave turns to the big and small screen when Katie steals all of his hobby updates.
Then, we actually manage to talk about some games when we discuss which ones to bring to our Thanksgiving get-togethers, but not before Dave’s accused of mansplaining – Again…
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money gets all sweaty, Geeky Jean takes the podcast off to take some art lessons, and Celebrity Deathmatch talks turkey about a very famous fat man..
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. I know we’re thankful we only have to deal with that once a month.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 38.
In our 4th Annual Halloween episode Tim tries to be spooky but fails with some very lackluster intros, Lathan’s update is so long it needs a top ten list and a speed round, and Jean takes a nostalgic trip to Thra and talks about some Gelflings.
Then, we find out who among the crew deserves to wear the crown when Dave breaks out the buzzers for another horror movie trivia contest in the much-anticipated return of The Addams Family Feud.
And finally, we plug a truly terrible Halloween decoration, Geeky Jean plays favorites, and Celebrity Deathmatch welcomes back a previous champion when he’s forced to pick on someone his own size.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. It’s just scary the things we always seem to find lurking in there..