Who Are We

Ed Cabigao

Ed Cabigao

A born-again comic book nerd. Growing up, Ed used to be the kid with a sketch pad full of made-up superheroes and villains. Every weekend, his parents would drop him off at the local comic book shop where he'd spend hours catching up on X-Men, Superman and Batman. But sports and movies started to consume his life as he grew older, comic books became an afterthought. But once a nerd, always a nerd, and the itch came back for good.

Nowadays, you can find Ed up-to-date on all things DC, Valiant and all things comics. He'll also be in line on night one of any superhero movie. And don't get him started on how overrated Deadpool was.

Jonathan Nanney

Jonathan Nanney

A 30-something man-child who's nerd powers manifested as a child upon exposure to his older brother's comic collection. As he grew older, he was able to find new depths to his powers through his introduction to Star Wars, dungeons & dragons, and The Legend of Zelda. These days you can catch him on Xbox one as TheNannaconda,  PS4 as Nannaconda1, or, frankly, just use a Master Ball.

Quotes:

Batman is overpowered.

Ed's opinion is wrong.

He kept saying he would shower when Hyrule was free.

James Williams

James Williams

Life long Blerd who has had his hand in many quadrants of nerdom. As a youth, he found that he had a propensity for getting ridiculed at a high and deeply disturbing rate. This was mostly due to his love for obscure Anime, Rasslin, video games...pretty much everything you could get your ass kicked for enjoying. As an adult, he started to branch out into being a rabid Memphis Grizzlies fan and recently into collecting comics, cross platform drawings and adult toys(not THOSE toys). He'd like to get better at cosplay and board games so if you have any tips send a tweet to @BealeStBully.

His most illogical Unpopular Opinion: Shawn Michaels is trash...don't @ me

Daniel Lynn

Daniel Lynn

As a young lad, Daniel was the quintessential Nintendo-playing, computer-obsessed, super hero card-collecting kid. His father would bring home the latest comic books from work so he could pour through them to see how Spiderman would foil the Sinister Six's latest evil plan. After dinner every Monday night was wrestling, Thursday was Star Trek: TNG, and Friday night he watched latest X-files.  The typical dork growing up in the 90s story of bullies and video games led to the soccer player/band nerd dual life that consumed most of his adolescent years and throughout high school. Finally, after a long hiatus, Daniel embraced his inner Nerd thanks to the 3 other people on this show.

Daniel's not-so guuilty pleasure: all things Ryan Reynolds.