WonderCon 2019: Catching up with Legion M

Nerdophiles caught up with Terri Lubaroff, COO of Legion M, the first fan-owned entertainment company. Launched in 2016,  Legion M’s unique business model allows people to contribute as backers to content and entertainment. Legion M partners with independent filmmakers and Hollywood studios to produce digital content that is representative to […]

The Legend Of Vox Machina: EPs Sam Riegel and Travis Willingham Share Their Reactions To A Wildly Successful Kickstarter

If there’s one thing Critical Role reminds us of time and time again it is this: fandom is powerful. Critical Role is a Dungeons & Dragons streaming series originally aired on Geek & Sundry, later separating to become their own entity all together. This passionate little show that made a typical home game […]

PAX Unplugged 2018: Battle It Out Transformers Style With A New Trading Card Game from Wizards of the Coast

I grew up with Wizards of the Coast (WotC). My formative years were spent hanging out at my local game store. I loved Pokemon and sometimes dipped into the world of Magic the Gathering. WotC was a staple, and the world of trading card games wouldn’t be the same without them. Fast-forward to […]

Los Angeles Comic Con Spotlight: Illustrator and Fine Artist Chandler Ford

Comic conventions all over the world feature designated areas, usually named “Artist Alley”, where different artists come to sell and showcase their work to millions of people who attend the conventions. This year, we attended Los Angeles Comic Con and got to see many different artists who showed their incredible […]

Join Your Fan Community And Vote: An Interview With NerdsVote’s Mary Elizabeth McGlynn

If you live in the United States, then Tuesday is an important day: midterm elections. Sometimes the midterms get overlooked, but there are a lot of important local elections happening on Tuesday. In my opinion, midterms are an opportunity to really have your voice heard. While Presidential elections are equally […]