We’re once again blessed to be able to represent Jesus, our podcast and community at the Megaconvention in Orlando. We’ll be set up amongst a myriad of creatives in Artist Alley and from there we’ll be forming relationships and being a light to convention guests and exhibitors alike.
This year we will have a double booth which will allow us to have a far more interactive experience to get to know and minister to people. We will also be recording special podcast content, which we’re very excited about. Please consider being a part of our Convention team by joining us in prayer or supporting us financially. And if you’re attending Megacon, purchase your tickets here and a portion will go to help us, too. Thank you so much for your kindness and for believing in the ministry of the Nerd of Godcast!
We’re looking for artists in our Nerd of God Squad who would be interested in designing some “Fan Art” for our first ever NOG Festival of the Arts. We need something that shows off the heart of our show, a visual representation of Christ Culture and Nerd Culture. Please submit designs to us at NerdOfGodcast@gmail.com and we’ll put you in the running for our Best in Show, the winner of which will not only receive fabulous prizes but will also bring honor to your family’s name for generations to come!
Open to all ages, Submission deadline is September 24th, 2018. Physical art may be submitted with no guarantee of return, please email us for shipping information.
After 2 years on hiatus, Marvel has announced the return of the Fantastic Four in a brand new series coming this August, written by Dan Slott with art by Sara Pichelli. The series comes after several teases over the past few monthes, including an appearance by the children of Sue and Reed Richards, Franklin and Valeria, in last year’s Marvel Legacy
as well as the comic book Marvel 2-in-1 featuring The Human Torch, Johnny Storm, and Ben Grimm, The Ever-Loving Blue Eyed Thing.
Many credited the original demise of the Four to the new film that was coming out, the critically panned Fant4stic, saying that Marvel was trying to lower the competition to their own cinematic universe. Others blamed it on lowering interest and book sales.
Either way, we here at the Nerd of Godcast are glad to see Marvel’s first family come back to life for a whole new generation. What do you think about this comeback? Do you think this can have implications beyond the Marvel comic book universe? Let us know in the comments below and on social media.
There are times when you just can’t do it on your own, and that’s when we need a little help, whether it’s from a faithful sidekick, a kind stranger, or from the grace of God. All that and more in our latest episode, available now on iTunes, Soundcloud, or wherever fine podcasts are consumed!