close menu
Episode 266: Nerdist Podcast
Joe Casey
Nerdist PodcastNerdist Podcast

Nerdist Podcast: Joe Casey

Comic book writer from Man of Action Studios (Wildcats 3.0, Uncanny X-Men, Adventures of Superman, and more!) Joe Casey sits down with Chris, Matt and Jonah! Chris and Joe bond over living in Tennessee, Joe talks about creating comic books, and Chris is super excited about his new car!

Check out Man of Action!


  1. Muffy Seven says:

    I’m one of the four listeners from Memphis!! I’m listening from the basement of Wilder Tower on the campus of the University of Memphis. I love this episode!

  2. Ladybug says:

    Shit, wrong episode. Sorry. :(

  3. Ladybug says:

    For anyone who doesn’t remember the video making fun of Metallica over the Napster business:

    Grabasses bad!

  4. Fernanda says:

    *received. I judge people who misspell.

  5. @Fernanda: First off, it’s true, I did feel utter shame when I got the Jaguar. It’s a much nicer car than I’ve ever owned and I felt like I didn’t deserve it. Like, such a material extravagance was a narcissistic expression of a need for validation. It probably still is. I didn’t bring it up in the show, and I was VERY uncomfortable talking about it. I’m over it now! Were you to continue listening to the show you’ll find that I’m a pretty on the level guy. It would require far too much energy with as many hour long shows as we make to keep up such a facade.

    Secondly, I’ve NEVER seen an old lady behind the wheel of a Jaguar XKR (which is the car I have): If I did, in fact, see an old lady driving this 510hp car, I would make out with her. (assuming she would be cool with that) This car is Jaguar’s answer to the Aston Martin. I’m sorry to break this to you but there are FAR more old ladies driving a Mercedes or a BMW (in Los Angeles, anyway)–the most stereotypical luxury car references for, I apologize for saying, people who don’t know cars very well.

    Have a good night! And try the Conan, 1st Wil Wheaton, Adam Savage, Craig Ferguson or Bryan Cranston episodes. They’re more in line vibe-wise with the Hanks ep.