The Amazing Nerdcast frequently provides guides to current comic book series. This includes overviews grouped by character, “comic families,” and writers.
DC Comic Guides
- DC Superhero Cities: Episode 14 – An analysis and guide to DC’s cities and their assumed locations.
- Blue Beetle: Episode 19 – An extensive history lesson in the Blue Beetle’s orgins and adventures across multiple publishers. It includes major stories with Dan Garret(t), Ted Kord, and Jaime Reyes. Also a review of DC’s first three volumes of Blue Beetle.
- Suicide Squad: Episode 25 – Overview of the Suicide Squad series and origin. Includes a guide to the best comics and series.
Marvel Comic Guides
- All-New, All-Different Avengers (2015): Episode 9 – New Avengers lineup after the conclusion of Secret Wars including Iron Man, Captain America (Sam Wilson), Spider-Man (Miles Morales, Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan), Vision, and Nova (Sam Alexander).
- Uncanny Avengers: (2015) Episode 9 – Steve Roger’s Unity Squad for humans, mutants, and inhumans. The team includes Steve Rogers, Rogue, Deadpool, Quicksilver, Human Torch, Synapse, Cable, and Doctor Voodoo.
- Avengers: Standoff: (2016) Episode 9 – An Avengers crossover event in early 2016 involving SHIELD.
- Captain America
- Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015): Episode 9 – Sam Wilson’s second series as Captain America.
- Captain Marvel: Episode 22 – A condensed history of Captain Marvel starting with Mar-Vell and including major events in Carl Danver’s history from Ms. Marvel to Captain Marvel. Also a review of current series including Captain Marvel, The Ultimates, A-Force, and Ms. Marvel.
- Carnage: Episode 5 – Cletus Kasady is on the hunt for more power when a group of religious fantastics believe Carnage is a prophesy.
- All-New Hawkeye: (2015) Episode 11 – Kate Bishop and Clint Barton are back but not quite the same.
- Iron Man
- Scarlet Witch: (2015) Episode 11 – An ongoing series where Wanda Maximoff explores what is left of the dying magic on Earth.
- Silk: (2015) Episode 5 – The second series for Cindy Moon. She’s been out of the bunker and on her one for a little while and soon finds herself a double agent working with Mockingbird and the Black Cat.
- The Amazing Spider-Man (2015): Episode 5 – After the events of Secret Wars, Peter Parker finds himself on top of the world with his company Parker Industries.
- Spider-Man: Episode 5 – Miles Morales is the Spider-Man. After the universes merged during Secret Wars he has come to the main Marvel universe and claimed the title of Spider-Man.
- Spider-Man 2099 (2016): Episode 5 – Miguel O’Hara is a time-displaced Spider-Man from the year 2099. He’s desperately trying to fix his future every moment he gets while working for Peter Parker.
- Spidey: Episode 5 – An alternate-realty, re-telling of Spider-Man’s classic stories.
- Spider-Woman (2015): Episode 5 – Jessica Drew has left the Avengers and become a alongside Ben Urich.
- Vision: (2015) Episode 11 – After the events of Secret Wars, the Vision has created a family of his own.
- All-New Wolverine: (2015) Episode 7 – After the events of Logan’s death Laura Kinney takes up the mantel of the Wolverine.
- Death of Wolverine: Episode 7 –
- Old Man Logan
- All-New X-Men: (2015) Episode 7 – The second series that follows the time-displaced young, original X-Men: Cyclops, Iceman, Angel, and Beast along with their new friends: Wovlerine (Laura Kinney),Kid Apocalypse, Pickles, and Oya.
- Extraordinary X-Men: Episode 7 – After the wake of Secret Wars and Cyclop’s Mutant Revolution, Storm is has to keep all mutants safe from the Terrigen Mist spreading across Earth.
- Uncanny X-Men: Episode 7 – Magento is running a semi-rogue group of X-Men to on a mission to protect mutants from the Terrigen Mist. This X-Force-esk team includes Psylocke, Archangel, Sabertooth, and Monet.
- X-Men ’92: (2016) Episode 7 – An alternate realty version of the X-Men includes an all 90’s cast.
Indie Comic Guides
- Invincible: Episode 12 – A review of Robert Kirkman’s superhero comic: Invincible.
- Outcast: Episode 12 – An overview of Outcast by Robert Kirkman. As well as a guide to the new television series.
- The Walking Dead: Episode 12 – A comparative guide to the The Walking Dead including the comic series and TV show.