Talk Nerdy to Me Gotham,Valiant,Deadpool movie

Talk Nerdy to Me Episode 10

In this episode of Talk Nerdy to Me, Jack and Troy discuss the 5 movie deal Valiant Comics has with Sony, the upcoming Deadpool movie, and Gotham.

Valiant Comics

Valiant Comics has signed a 5 movie deal with Sony. Valiant Entertainment has entered into an agreement with Sony for their characters to be featured in upcoming Sony movies. The plan is for 2 Bloodshot movies, 2 Harbinger movies, and to tie it all up with a Harbinger Wars movie.

Bloodshot is a very interesting character. He has a background in the military and with the mob.  Bloodshot’s body was infused with nanites.  These nanites repair any damage done do him.  Similar to Wolverine, but with a technological reasoning.  The process destroyed most of his memory.  He is looking to find his history.  In the meantime, he is a mercenary.

Toyoda Harada runs the Harbingers.  Just envision an evil Professor X.  Harbingers have powerful psionic abilities.  Toyoda uses them to his personal gain.

Deadpool movie

What should you expect from a Deadpool movie?  How about heavy sarcasm, extreme violence, and lots of broken fourth wall. If they hold true to the character of Deadpool the movie should be enjoyable.  There’s just something about an extremely deadly assassin that can’t pass up a good one liner.

Gotham

The Gotham TV series is Batman without Batman… and why they are fine with that.  You are introduced to Jim Gordon and Bruce Wayne in their much younger years.  Bruce is still a kid that just lost his parents.  Jim Gordon is still a detective.  He hasn’t even come close to wearing the commissioner’s badge yet.  You see many Batman villains before they are the scourge of Gotham.  You get to see these villains develop and turn into that iconic Batman rogue’s gallery.

If any of that piques your interest, please download and listen.



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