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Nerd Play – Episode 87 “Live from NFCC”

Nerd Play

Nerd Play – Episode 87

Check out the great artists that we talked about from Artist’s Alley at NFCC!

And here are some pictures Drew took during the interviews with Christopher McDonald and Richard Hatch!

Interviewing Shooter McGavin!

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Special appearance from the great Scott Wilson in that picture…

@chris_biggs_radio, @paultappay and I interviewed Richard Hatch! (From Battlestar, not Survivor)

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Niagara Falls Comic Con was a blast! See you next year!

About Nerd Play

Nerd Play is a weekly 60 minute interview/talk show featuring the biggest news, events and topics involving nerd culture. Movies, television, science fiction, gaming, tech and comics are staple genres from which content, guests and tomfoolery will be pulled. Also the occasional more niche nerd subject covered WHEN WE FEEL LIKE IT DAMMIT!

The show features radio and nerd veteran Chris Biggs (winner of 2007’s “World’s Most Supple Thighs” contest) as the host and Drew Comerford (who’s internal organs are only 73% original parts) as producer and co-host. A whole slew of other friends (not really) and experts (blowhards) will also be regular contributors to the program. The show will also feature a range of different celebrity guests (if they ever return our calls) from all walks of nerd life.

About Drew Comerford (151 Articles)
The youngest student to ever be accepted to MIT (7 years old) Drew was a certified child genius. Unfortunately his other organs, limbs...basically everything were nowhere near as powerful as his brain. Drew in a desperate attempt to match the power of his body to that of his mind started experimenting with different animal organs and appendages. Some worked out, and some...not so much. The team takes great pleasure in replacing Drew's parts (which he loses regularly in battle) with the most obscure and useless replacements they can find. Drew is not a fan of this ongoing tomfoolery.
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