Monthly Archives: February 2015

#7 – Dad Blogger Mortal Kombat Super Slam



Nerds, Geeks, Dads - Episode 7 - Dad Blogger Mortal Kombat Super Slam

This week, Nerds, Geeks, Dads is jam packed with a bunch of great fellow dad bloggers. Art Eddy and Zach Rosenberg record a show while at Dad 2.0 Summit in San Francisco.

Art and Zach have Ryan Hamilton, Chris Routly, Jeff Bogle, Lorne Jaffe, and Patrick Quinn join them as Zach hooks up his laptop to a hotel TV to play Mortal Kombat I and II.

Besides hearing the Mortal Kombat tournament you get to listen in on a bunch of guys reminiscing about their favorite games, video game movies, games that were unbeatable, and which platforms and consoles were the best. Plus you get to find out which Mortal Kombat character shares Jeff Bogle‘s fashion.

Enjoy.


#6 – Norman Lee – comic book artist and inker



Nerds, Geeks, Dads - Episode 6 - Norman Lee - comic book artist and inker

Art Eddy and Zach Rosenberg talk a little about the Super Bowl and how fatherhood was a big theme for some of the commercials on Sunday. Zach breaks down those ads on 8-Bit Dad.

The guys also have the great pleasure to chat with comic book artist and inker, Norman Lee. Art and Zach talk with Norman about the comic book industry, actual comic books versus digital copies, movies, video games and more.

Norman graduated with a BFA in illustration/design. In 1996, he began his career in comics working on the Wolverine Annual for Marvel Comics. He then moved onto the monthly title Deadpool and numerous fill-in books such as Cable, X-Force, Captain Marvel, and Avengers: Supreme Justice TPB. Norman has also worked with DC Comics on Supergirl and Starman, Disney on Disney Adventures, SCI FI Channel on Mean Planet, and Dark Horse on Spyboy/Young Justice, Planet of the Apes, Buffy, Alien vs. Predator, Magic: The Gathering, and Spyboy. Norman has most recently worked on such titles as AVX, Wolverine and the X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, X-Men, and a host of other Marvel titles.

Check out Norman Lee’s work at Comic Art House.