Nerdarchist Dave got three special guests for the cost of one when he welcomed Satine Phoenix to the Nerdarchy live chat. Hanging out on her birthday from her home/studio in sunny Los Angeles, Phoenix shared her morning chatting live and answering questions. Nerd culture colleagues Ruty Rutenberg and Ivan van Norman hung out in the […]
Sans guest, Nerdarchists Dave and Ted hung out with fans live, answered viewer and Patreon questions and talked about nerdy stuff during live chat #46. The classic Nerdarchy camaraderie was in full swing as these OG Nerdarchists chatted with each other and interacted with a lively chat room.
Nerdarchy friend and regular gamer in Nerdarchist Dave’s Gryphongaff game, Anthony Amato from Cardboard Fortress Games joined the daily live chat to talk nerdy. Amato is a graphic designer, illustrator and game designer. Along with fiance and longtime business partner Nicole Kline, they’ve created several tabletop games like RESISTOR_. He’s also contributed work to other games […]
Want to know what it takes to be a writer covering nerd culture? Nerdarchist Dave welcomed journalist and writer Jim Moreno to the Daily Live Chat #41 at Nerdarchy’s YouTube channel to talk about his journey to becoming a professional writer and share tips and advice for aspiring writers.
Beginning today, April 28, Nerdarchy will host a weekly live stream Open Legend game starting at noon EST on Fridays. Nerdarchist Dave will be at the GM helm, and players Nerdarchist Ted, Nerdarchy.com web editor-in-chief Ty Johnston, staff writer William C (aka Professor Bill of Comic Book University), and staff writers Megan Miller and Doug […]
Returning readers might make me eat crow for the RPG encounter planned for this session. D&D is hiding in shadows and moving silently this week while the Fantasy Adventure Game Engine sets the stage for Geek & Sundry’s TitansGrave: The Ashes of Valkana. There is a huge variety of live streamed and recorded RPG play […]
As promised last week, I’ll be taking a closer look at the myriad online roleplaying game programs that I enjoy to offer some reviews and analysis as well as any tips or pitfalls therein. The criteria for me as a gamer, fan, audience member and for the purposes of this series are the entertainment value and the […]
There is no disputing that tabletop role-playing games, and Dungeons & Dragons in particular, are more popular than ever before. While still a niche hobby, that niche has grown considerably large, and the perception of it has shifted as well. The moment when I realized how great a step forward the role-playing game hobby has […]
Presenter – Julia Anzalone Attendance – Approximately 300 anime fans The Otakon 2016 Panel “Representation of Christianity in Anime” dived into how Japanese animation addresses the largest religion in the world. HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PANEL (Synopsis of the Content the Presenter Covered)
Greetings, Nate the Nerdarch here with an update on a group of guests that will be joining us on the Fan2Sea comic con cruise 2016 (well it sails in January 2017 but you better book your cabin spot before the new year if you want to insure that you get it). Nerdarchy is running a […]
This past Saturday the Carolina Renaissance Festival kicked off the opening weekend of its twenty-third season, all with 12 theater stages, more than 100 shops, and 25 acres of fun. Located in Huntersville, North Carolina, just north of Charlotte, the festival offers music, games, rides, comedy, costumes, and food. There’s even a falconry show, and […]
Nerdarchy Nerdy Contest and Biggest Give-A-Way Ever! (Fan2Sea Nerdcation) Greetings Everyone, I am extremely excited to go on this upcoming cruise. I have never been on a cruise and this theme convinced me that I have too be on it. Dave and I are really interested in seeing as many nerdarchists there as we can […]
Each Thursday this month 57 Barnes and Noble bookstores throughout the U.S. will be hosting game nights from 7 p.m. until the individual store’s closing hours, according to Publisher Services Inc., a distributor of toys, games, collectibles and other items. A different game will be played each of the five Thursdays. In order of play […]
Last Thursday evening I went out for some late night improv comedy in Philadelphia to see a live performance of Alex Strang’s “Movie Plotz” (based on his collaborative Hollywood movie pitch game of the same name) at the Philly Improv Theater a.k.a. PHIT housed in the enclave of Center City Philadelphia‘s comedy and theater scene […]
It all began May 10th 2014 in Woodbury, N.J. with A.J. Kirk of Team YoYoJam starting up a Yo Yo club here in South Jersey. Let’s start with the events that lead up to meeting A.J. which would have to be South Jersey Geek Fest which was a first year con for geeks that took […]