The Fourth Chair is crowded this week as returning guest Dubba from episode 96 brings with him three of his friends. The ENTIRE crew from The Nosh Show joins us and we do a Fast Food Draft. The rules were simple, we each had to pick a burger/beef entree, chicken entree, side item, drink (something you can suck through a straw) and a wild card item from the QSR top 20 list of fast food and quick service restaurants. There was drama and intrigue and by the end we were all very hungry.



You can also hear the entire crew of Nerd Lunch on this week's episode (#32) of The Nosh Show.



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A-Team Smash Bandits

This week on the show, Nerd Lunch is down a Pax, but the Fourth Chair is occupied with Classick Materia from the Cold Slither Empire. In celebration of Jack Bauer's comeback as well as the comeback of the Cold Slither Podcast, CT, Jeeg and Classick have a discussion on some of the best and worst comebacks. And they craft a few of their own.

Be sure to check out CT on a recent episode of the Cold Slither-produced Anutha Twenny Fo podcast. And join Cold Slither tomorrow for their Series Finale.


The final installment of Bill Wiist's Snipes...




You can read the complete story in one sitting HERE.


The podcast welcomes its second guest from The Improvised Star Trek, Sean Kelley. Inspired by Sean's blog, the podcasters take you through a journey of current nerd social issues and pontificate on ways to be a better nerd. Addressed in the discussions are treating geek girls with respect, internet hate, and nerd pride. Nerd To-Dos feature lots of television watching including Veronica Mars, 24, Orphan Black and Arrow.

I haven't done a LXB post in a while. Thought I'd jump in on this one. The directive was simple:

Shelf Expression. Take a picture of your shelves, featuring a few of your favorite things.

I realize that I still haven't given a full photo tour of Nerd Lunch HQ. This isn't the full overview, but it shows a lot of what's in here.

I have several shelves to show off. Instead of picking one, I thought I'd show off all of them. And more.

One shelving unit has Marvel Universe figures on top...


...three shelves worth of G.I. Joes...


...and my tradepaperbacks and 6" DC Comics figures. I'm still looking for a decent Wonder Woman to go in this collection. No one yell at me.


Speaking of DC Comics, I have another smaller shelving unit that has a miscellaneous assortment of things. In front of this unit is an old G.I. Joe HQ that I still need to take the time to set up. No close up of that yet.


Close up shots of the above unit...



I've shown off some of my Muppets figures before, but here are shots of the complete collection...




Before I move on from toys and action figures, here are some other things including stuff hanging on the wall and items on the windowsills. First up, my little A-Team collection...


...the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles...


...a few Nightwing items and a little Serenity ornament (namesakes of our cars)...


...and finally, the current state of my Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment collection. Still need the Ecto-1 in the Retro Entertainment packaging.


Moving on from toys...

I have all of my comics on an industrial shelving unit and then the comic boxes are covered by a Superman quilt that my mother-in-law made for me.


Here's a shelving unit of some of my DVDs and all my Blu-rays...


And finally, here's another bookshelf with more DVDs and books, plus a few vintage glasses. Anyone want some of these glasses?



Check out a few other LXB posts:

Erik Johnson, Illustrator

Monsterfink

Calvin's Canadian Cave of Cool

The penultimate chapter of Snipes by Bill Wiist...





#Batman turns 75 years old this year. So, like we did for episode 90 in which we talked about Superman on his 75th birthday, we spend this episode talking all about Batman. And joining us for this celebration is Jay from Sexy Armpit and Michael May from Michael May's Adventureblog and the comic Kill All Monsters! We discuss Batman across all media, starting with comics and moving to movies and then TV. We cover so much ground that this episode clocks in over 2 hours! So enjoy all the awesome Batman talk. So much content within that I have to say just download and dig in.