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Nerdversity101 interviews Duke himself, Michael Bell, covering his work on Joe, TF, Star Trek and even Star Wars!

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Nerdversity 101 recently had the privilege of interviewing Michael Bell, whose work spans an astonishing amount of Nerd Culture and beyond.

Join a crew of Nerdversity members: Aaron “SoloJones”, Alex “Jaxs”, Sam, “rev”, Steve “the Cornish gamer”, Hayden Blackhawk, Chris and newcomer Mark.

as they chat with Michael Bell about his Sunbow work, work with DC comics Characters, Rugrats, his live action work including Star Trek, covering the new adaptions of his past work, and finally revealing his Star Wars voice work that isn’t even listed on IMBD! We didn’t even touch all of his roles, if you’ve watched any decent toons you’ve heard his voice, now hear from the man himself. It’s embedded below for your convenience *Note: there were some quality issues that occur occasionally that I simply couldn’t fix and Mr. Bell drops off a bit a few times.

Want to hear more from Micheal Bell?

Check him out on Opus n’ Bill in a Wish for Wings that Work, which can be found on Amazon.

You can also hear his voice working Transformers Rescue Bots on the Hub

and you can find his Directorial work in the Lebrons webisodes HERE.

You can also check out

his daughters work with elephants at Love and Bananas, which Michael enthusiastically recommended.

or see her in the superhero movie Sparks.

A shout to Diana Davis for the image used above as well as the questions, and her enthusiasm.

This episode contains sound fx and music provided by soundjay.com

Update: This is past work of mine (Sam) but this website has changed from nerdversity.com to nerdrahtio.com and I am no longer associated with the current form of nerdversity101. There was drama, but things are civil at the moment. If you want to check them out you can here: http://nerdversity101podcasts.blogspot.co.uk/

or you can continue on this website for more work from me (Sam) and other Nerdrahtio members.

Explaining Plato with 8-bit NES graphics.

130px-Link_LOZ_with_itemsPlato’s allegory of the Cave is one of the basic areas of study for philosophy. It’s something helpful to learn, and now you can do it a cool way.  Thug notes and 8 bit philosophy have begun a new series starting with the one below and after finding it I just had to share. Who wouldn’t want to learn serious philosophy through the Lens of NES Graphics and the likes of Link from Zelda?  See below and give them a like, and maybe even subscribe if your so inclined. -Sam