Today we will discuss what Amazon should do with the LOTR and then take a wild ride back in time to the early 90’s video games with Wil Wheaton. Let’s nerd it up.
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Today on the covert nerd podcast we will be talking about focusing on the things we have in common, then a Wrestling podcast I know you will love. Lastly a look at a comic book that takes a dark twist on the Biblical flood.
Today I sat and talked with artist and creator Nate Hamel. He gives us all some great advice as far as becoming an artits and life in general. He tells us about his work he has done over the years and the nerdy stuff he likes. You can find out more about Nate in the links below.
Today we will discuss are you being authentic? Then the fun you can have with your Alexa. A great movie podcast that you can use to impress your friends with little known facts finally a comic book that will make you wonder. This episode is jam packed so let’s get started.
I was at the Behind the Glass Comic Art Gallery event and had the honor to interview Bob Hall. He has worked for Marvel, DC and Valiant during the 70's 80' and 90's. I really enjoyed our brief conversation, I hope you like it too. If you like it please share. Visit covertnerd.net for more episodes and information.
The movie Parallel is an interesting and psychological concept. If you ever wondered how would my life have diverted if I would have made a different choice on my job or partner or other decisions? This movie tries to answer that question.
Imagine with me for a moment anything you wish to be you are… anything you wish is…nothing in this universe dares challenge that claim, there can be only one word to describe you GOD
Do nerds feel more or less awkward now than they did 10 years ago? Today we explore the way nerds feel in society today compared to years past. Do you sometimes feel awkward around a certain group of people? Take a listen and see if you can relate. If you like the Covert Nerd Podcast please share.
Do you have an activity you did when you were younger that you have fond memories of? If so what was it? What makes it so appealing? What is it that you put down then pick up again later? Maybe its a hobby like fishing or an activity like running.