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Almost Blerds

JB & Dovekat
TV & Film

New Blerds, JB and Dovekat, talk about their love for comic book related media and their often wrong theories. Join them as they learn more about comics and express their love for all things nerdy.


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Latest Episodes

We are back. We know you've been waiting.  We had all kinds of goodies this week!  The trailer for #MoonKnight dropped finally and it was soooo good and confusing for us #AlmostBlerds.  We finally decided to take a look at #Peacemaker.  They really j... more

4 days ago

Y'all! Dovekat is making her way through Daredevil and she just saw the first dose of what #Kingpin does in the #Daredevil series.  We have all been telling her that the Daredevil series is good, but now, she's really seeing what we have been talking... more

12 days ago

JB here! And clearly I am the one who gave this episode a title lol.  Here's another episode of #AlmostBlerds.  This week, we are talking about #TheBookofBobaFett.  The second episode was so much better and I have to say...I might be a bit more inter... more

18 days ago

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