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Inerded on BuzzFeed on Digimon. Part 2

Digicast 2 ThumbnailPart 2 of my thoughts about the BuzzFeed Article “16 Reasons Why Digimon is Obviously Better Than Pokemon.” Read the rest of this entry »

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Inerded Podcast – Buzzfeed says Digimon is obviously better than Pokemon. Part 1

Digicast 2 ThumbnailThis latest podcast is about an article sent to me from Buzzfeed.  I read through it and I had to talk about it.

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The Digicast – Inerded Podcast

Digipodcast thumbnailWith the 15th Anniversary of Digimon approaching I give my thoughts on what the franchise means to me. Read the rest of this entry »

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Interview with Inspector SpaceTime @11thInspector

Inspector Spacetime was brainchild of the great writers for Community on NBC.  It was supposed to be just a simple spoof, and turn into something the fans could play with.  They couldn’t have been more correct.   Travis Richey has been working hard to bring the inspector to life on the computer screen. Read the rest of this entry »

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Interview with Travis Richey, @TheTravisRichey

Have you heard of Travis Richey?  If not, then that’s a shame.  He is a very talented, imaginative, and

intelligent actor.  He has given life to a Harold in Pretty Little Liars, and a Community legend, Inspector SpaceTimeRead the rest of this entry »

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Interview With Skye Callahan!

I was able to interview rising star author Skye Callahan!  Tune in and see what she

Skye Callahan

Skye Callahan

had to say in this podcast.  It’s another installment of iNERDviewed. Read the rest of this entry »

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Interview with Skin Crawling Comics

Have you heard about Skin Crawling Comics? Well, you have now, and you’re welcome.  Skin Crawling Comics is a company that wants to

The Werewolf of Fever Swamp (TV special)

The Werewolf of Fever Swamp (TV special) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

put the scary back in horror, and finally get away from the vomit inducing idea of horror we have today.  This is very much needed. Read the rest of this entry »

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