Blerd is simply shorthand for black nerd (black + nerd = blerd). Blerd describes people of color who enjoy things nerdy and geek regardless of gender, skin tone, sexuality, etc. The team at Blerd was surprised at not only how
On the 90th episode, BlerdUp shares why they're not seriously reviewing Kendrick's controversial, new album. They then discuss the 3rd season of Love, Death, & Robots, the Chip N Dale movie, WB's Multiversus, and new anime.
Moon Knight & Morbius Reviews by Ernie "The Blerd Without Fear!" Is Moon Knight worth watching? Is Morbius really that bad? Is Morbius worth a watch? Check out the latest Moon Knight Review and Morbius Review
Set in modern-day America, Peacock’s new one-hour drama series Bel-Air reimagines the beloved sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air through a new, dramatic take on Will’s complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air.
Marvel's newest tv show explores the backstory of the main Avengers, Hawkeye! Is Hawkeye good? Did Hawkeye dissapoint or is it a hit? The Blerd Without Fear and Carter break down their thoughts on the new Disney+
Brendon is joined by Dave, from Toon Lore Done Right, and nerds out about the brilliant culmination of the DCAU, Justice League, on its 20th anniversary.
Diary Of A Mad Black Werewolf Is A Howling Good Time At Film Fests The animated short film of Micheline Hess’s groundbreaking graphic novel, DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WEREWOLF is a hit on the film festival circuit with showings at the
On this episode, BlerdUp gushes over Marvel’s What If series, shares opinions that could get their blerd cards revoked, answers questions from listeners, and shares what they have been watching & reading lately.