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Nerdist’s shows are coming to life at SDCC in the Nerdist House

Nerdist’s shows are coming to life at SDCC in the Nerdist House
10 Jul
6:03

Nerdist is bringing its shows to the Nerdist House for all four days of #SDCC! Here’s what you can expect to see.

SDCC-goers know that the secret to having an amazing time at the convention is knowing how to take part in all of the amazing events, activations and experiences that take place around the city, and not just inside the convention center itself.

This year, Nerdist is heading back to San Diego Comic-Con International with a “special SDCC edition” of Nerdist House (aka Sparks Gallery at 530 Sixth Ave.)

And if you don’t have a SDCC badge, no worries, because Nerdist House will be open to the public and free of charge. So if you don’t have a 4-day badge, this could be an awesome event to attend on a day when you don’t have a badge.

So what is Nerdist House? 

Nerdist house is an all-day entertainment and refreshments, special social hours and fan parties, live Nerdist shows, in-depth interviews and conversations, meet & greets, exclusive merchandise, photo opportunities, a VR experience, and much more.

This year, Nerdist House highlights will include in-depth looks at shows featured on Nerdist, Geek & Sundry, and Alpha (the premium streaming entertainment service from Legendary Digital Networks), as well as up close and personal conversations with honored guests, all live from the Nerdist stage.

Highlights of course include live editions of some of the site’s most popular shows like Nerdist News Talks Back, Talkin’ Toons, and Because Science. Along with live episodes, there will also be a panel/conversation with Adi Shankar of Bootleg Universe, and a Maltin On Movies podcast with Leonard Maltin, Jessie Maltin featuring guests Shameik Moore, Kat Graham, and Terrence Howard.

We’re just as excited for the VR here though (you may need to study your space survival knowledge first). The Nerdist House will have a VR experience that’s based on the series SONA where you’ll need to utilize those out-of-this-world survival skills. If you’re more interested in the SDCC nightlife, there’s a Bizarre States podcast party for fans that’s celebrating the show’s 200th episode.

Nerdist House SDCC

Photo credit: Beck Media & Marketing

San Diego Comic-Con 2018 highlights

Live Nerdist, Geek & Sundry, and Alpha Shows: 

●      Nerdist News Talks Back

●      Alpha Comic Book Club with DC Comics

●      Natural Selection with Kyle Hill and Dan Casey

●      Talkin’ Toons Live with host Rob Paulsen with special guests Maurice LaMarche & Randy Rogel

●      Because Science Live

●      Geek & Sundry

●      Geek & Sundry Horror

●      A final SDCC roundup of Nerdist News Talks Back

Conversations and Performances

●      Bootleg Universe with Adi Shankar

●      Half Hour Happy Hour with Alison Haislip and Alex Albrecht

●      Talkin’ Toons Live with host Rob Paulsen with special guests Maurice LaMarche & Randy Rogel

●      Orbital Redux with Yuri Lowenthal

 

Meet & Greets

●      Bootleg Universe’s Adi Shankar

●      Half Hour Happy Hour with Alison Haislip and Alex Albrecht

●      Natural Selection with Kyle Hill and Dan Casey

●      American fantasy author VE Schwab in partnership with TOR

●      Best-selling author Susan Dennard in partnership with TOR

●      Talkin’ Toons host Rob Paulsen with special guests Maurice LaMarche & Randy Rogel

●      Because Science and Nerdist Science editor Kyle Hill

●      Team Geek & Sundry

●      Best-selling author R.A. Salvatore in partnership with TOR

●      Science fiction author Cory Doctorow in partnership with TOR

●      The Maltins

●      Yuri Lowenthal (Orbital Redux)

●      Team Nerdist

Special Happy Hours and Fan Parties

●      Alpha Book Club Happy Hour (Thursday, 7/19 from 7pm to 8pm)

●      The 200th Episode of Bizarre States Party, hosted by Jessica Chobot and Andrew Bowser (Saturday, July 21 from 8pm to midnight)

Pro Tip:

If you’re a member of Alpha, you’ll be treated to an exclusive fast pass, along with priority access wristbands at Nerdist House events and parties (but arrive early, because space is limited — this isn’t a Tardis, but we wish it were)

There’s still time to sign up for Alpha, and you can sign up at www.projectalpha.com to make your SDCC experience SO much smoother. For more information and programming schedule updates, be sure to follow @Nerdist and #NerdistHouse on Twitter!

Source: https://hiddenremote.com/2018/07/09/nerdists-shows-coming-life-sdcc-nerdist-house/

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