Monthly Archives: November 2016

#42 – Anais Fairweather – DC Super Hero Girls



Nerds, Geeks, Dads - Episode 42 - Anais Fairweather - DC Super Hero Girls

Art Eddy talks with Anais Fairweather, who is the voice of Supergirl in the animated series, DC Super Hero Girls.

Anais chats with Art about how her life experiences have helped with her role as Supergirl, what this role means to her, and much more.

Follow Anais Fairweather on Twitter @anaisaimee and check out DC Super Hero Girls.


#41 – Garitt Rocha – Playing with Power



Nerds, Geeks, Dads - Episode 41 - Garitt Rocha - Playing with Power

Art Eddy talks with writer and fellow geek, Garitt Rocha about the book he co-wrote called Playing with Power from Prima Games.

In Playing with Power, you take a nostalgic look back on the Nintendo Entertainment System in this exclusive hardcover collector’s edition book and slip case! An exclusive embossed slipcase holds this hardcover tome in a clever package that resembles a classic NES Game Pak! It’s a fascinating retrospective on 17 NES classics including complete walkthroughs — including Super Mario Bros. 3, Donkey Kong, and The Legend of Zelda!

A journey through three eras of NES history. Commentary and history from Nintendo visionaries who pioneered this era of gaming. An inside look at the system and game paks. Priceless excerpts from Nintendo Power magazine back issues! Plus maps, character art, and extras!

Follow Prima Games on Twitter @primagames and order the book.


#40 – Rob Tinkler – Rusty Rivets



Nerds, Geeks, Dads - Episode 40 - Rob Tinkler - Rusty Rivets

Art Eddy and Zach Rosenberg bring on actor Rob Tinkler to talk about a new show he stars in called Rusty Rivets. They talk to Rob about the different characters he plays and also a bit on fatherhood.

Rusty Rivets is a new show on Nickelodeon that follows Rusty, a 21st century kid hero who always saves the day by relying on his imagination and incredible resourcefulness.

Inspired by the DIY culture of the Maker Movement, Rusty Rivets helps preschoolers gain confidence and fuel their creativity with a strong focus on inventing, creating and problem solving.