The latest video is up on our youtube channel, check it out below! I pull a loyal subjects Transformers blind box, and although I didn’t get the one I was hoping for, I was impressed. This was my first TF from the Loyal Subjects, would you like to see more? -Sam
Jonathan Cathey Ceo/owner of the Loyal Subjects comes on to discuss how he got in to the business, the upcoming (and currently hot topic) G.I.Joe wave 2 and how that line has changed, as well as TF, streetfight, MOTU and more.
You can listen via the embedded player below, or use the drop down menu above to find us on Itunes, Stitcher, or directly on our audio host at podcastgarden. Be sure to look at the pics, info and links below! You will want to check them out, as additional images have been added since this was first posted, and links to full galleries with even more images are below. (If I put them all on here, this might never load!)
Join SoloJones, Jaxs, Hayden Blackhawk, Cornishgamer, Ginrai Prime and Sam (rev) as they interview Neil Ross, voice of Springer, Shipwreck, Buzzer, Hook, Bonecrusher, Slag and even Hector Ramirez!
For your convenience the audio is embedded below.If you prefer to listen on your mobile device we are available on both Stitcher, and Itunes, or for an alternate way to listen on your PC our audio, you can view it directly on our Audio host Podcast Garden.
The following video was also referenced in the show. This was the inspiration for shipwrecks voice. be warned this video has NSFW language.
Note: It takes two baby! by that I mean we had some audio issues that Aaron asked me to address and we both had hand in editing this one. I also apologize for being late, was busy with important real life matters. -Sam
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.
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.
Voice actor for many nerd favorites such as G.I.Joe’s Shipwreck and Dusty, Transformers Springer, Pryde of the X-men’s Wolverine and even Green Goblin, shared his thoughts via youtube about his profession.
Check it out below and be sure to check out Rosemary Ward’s youtube channel as a whole. -Sam
Join us (Aaron “solojones, Alex “Jaxs”, Sam or rev, and the Cornish Gamer) as we interview Buzz Dixon, possibly most famous for his roles as staff writer and story editor for Sunbow’s G.I.Joe cartoon. He has a bigger impact than that, and we talk about everything from Thundarr the Barbarian to his thoughts on fanfiction in general, but the key focus is his upcoming The Most Dangerous Man in the world which will is a “lost tale” of sorts. It will tell a story meant for the animated show prior to the inclusion of Serpentor and Cobra-La
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A recent rare video surfaced on youtube of footage taken from the 1983 Tokyo Toy Show. The footage showed toys from Macross, Microman, Diaclone, Albegas and even a live action Super Sentai performance from Dynaman.
There’s truly something for every retro toy fan in this amazing 30 year old video: